CIA-Saudi conspire to cover-up 9/11 details secret, reveals new book

NEW DELHI: John Duffy and Ray Nowosielski, the authors of a new explosive book on 9/11 have taken a new and deeper look and find huge holes and contradictions in the official story into the tragedy, happened on September 11, 2001, mere “a failure to connect the dots.”

According to a report in the Newsweek, in their book, The Watchdogs Didn’t Bark: The CIA, NSA, and the Crimes of the War on Terror, Duffy, and Nowosielski refocus public attention claiming that the CIA and Saudi Arabia conspired to keep 9/11 attack details secret.

Duffy, a left-leaning writer and environmental activist, and Nowosielski, a documentary filmmaker, presented an update by writing accounts from former US intelligence officials.

“It’s horrible. We still don’t know what happened,” said Ali Soufan, one of the lead FBI counterterrorism agents whom the CIA kept in the dark about Al Qaeda’s plotting and movements.

The authors in 2009 scored an astounding video interview with Richard Clarke, White House counter-terrorism adviser during the Bill Clinton and George W Bush administrations.

Top CIA officials, including director George Tenet, knew about the movements of the future al-Qaeda hijackers but had withheld the crucial information, raged Clarke in a video interview.

The September 11, 2001 attacks, also known as the 9/11 attacks, killed nearly 3,000 people besides causing a damage of about $10 billion worth of property and infrastructure.