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A US Judge has ruled that two members of the Saudi royal family will have to answer questions about the September 11, 2001 attacks, in what attorneys for the victims call a ‘turning point in a long-running lawsuit,’ according to AP. One of the two ordered to give depositions is Prince Bandar bin Sultan – a former Saudi intelligence chief who was the kingdom’s US ambassador from 1983 to 2005, according to court papers. His involvement in world events ranges from Reagan’s Nicaraguan Contra program (including direct involvement in the Iran-Contra scandal), to making the case for the Iraq War as a trusted friend of Bush and Cheney, to directing US-Saudi covert operations overseeing the arming of jihadists in Syria: https://humansarefree.com/2020/09/us-judge-rules-saudi-royals-must-answer-9-11-lawsuit-questions.html
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