Thirteen years since September 11, 2001, some revelations of a joint congressional inquiry into the 9/11 attacks remain classified. But some lawmakers argue the secret pages reveal little about national security and a great deal about Saudi Arabia's role in the attacks. Lawrence Wright, whose article “The Twenty-Eight Pages” appears in The New Yorker, talks to Jeffrey Brown.
Video @: Classified pages of a 9/11 report may implicate key ally
Look like the funding to some of the hijackers directly implicates the state of Saudi Arabia. These documents have been withheld for the public some time, because Saudi Arabia is a "ally" in the War on Terror.