CIA chief John Brennan says that he believes 28 redacted pages of the 9/11 Commission report will soon be made public, and that they will prove that the government of Saudi Arabia had no involvement in the September 11 attacks.

The families of those killed in the attacks have long wanted the pages from the 2002 report — officially titled the Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities before and after the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001 — made public.

There had been widespread speculation that these pages concern Saudi Arabia, its wealthy citizens and the financing of terrorist operations.

But whatever was actually contained in those 28 pages was ultimately redacted from the report, and the families have been waiting 14 years to read the government’s conclusions.

Brennan, in an interview with the Saudi-owned al-Arabiya TV network, said that the pages were part of a “preliminary” joint inquiry that was published in 2002 — just a year after 9/11. The inquiry at the time had tried to “pull together bits and pieces of information reporting about who was responsible for 9/11.”

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