Florida Bulldog Appeal: How much information about 9/11 investigation in Sarasota Fl must FBI share with public, the cover-up continues. A federal appeals court has been asked to overturn a Miami district court judge and order a Freedom of Information Act trial to determine whether the FBI made a proper search for records about its secretive 9/11 Review Commission. “This case presents a case of enormous public interest: How much information concerning its investigation of the 9/11 attacks must the FBI share with the public?” says the appeal brief filed Monday by attorneys representing Florida Bulldog. “The answer, according to the District Court, is very little.”
1. Why the FBI concluded in a heavily censored April 2002 report that a Saudi family living in Sarasota had “many connections” to the hijackers and “why, a decade later, the FBI falsely claimed that it had never concluded the family had any connections to the hijackers.”
2. Why, in a private briefing for the 9/11 Review Commission in 2015, the FBI dismissed its 2002 “many connections” report “as poorly written and unsubstantiated.”
3. Why the FBI failed to tell congressional committees investigating 9/11 about its Sarasota investigation and why the FBI later falsely claimed that it had notified Congress.
Sarasota FBI office is at 1800 2nd Street suite 600, towards the top in the photo above and to the far left. I am aware as to who the Sarasota FBI field agent involved in the investigation of the Sarasota Saudi family was in 2002, he would and could not file a report on the Sarasota Saudi family in 2002 without the approval of the Special Agent in Charge (
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