Speaking to an audience in Fort Lauderdale on the 11th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2011, former U.S. Senator Bob Graham voiced his support for another investigation into the events of that fateful day.
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Graham, a U.S. senator at the time of the attacks, co-chaired the Congressional Joint Inquiry into them. He told an audience Tuesday night that it was a matter of national security and justice for federal officials to disclose who supported and financed the 9/11 attacks — including a possible “external support system” of people across Florida.
“I think it’s very important that this information about Sarasota and Delray Beach and other places where the hijackers would have benefited from a support network be made available,” Graham said.
In 2011, Graham released a novel entitled “Keys to the Kingdom,” which explores the Saudis’ connection to the 9/11 attacks using a fictional story of a murdered U.S. Senator from Florida who came too close to the truth.
The drama is heightened when a former aide for the Senator uncovers secrets that directly link the Saudi Arabian royalty to the financial network of Osama Bin Laden.
The event, titled “Unanswered Questions of 9/11: A Conversation With Bob Graham,” was presented at the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale by Broward Bulldog, an independent nonprofit online newspaper, and Boardroom Communications Inc., a marketing and public relations firm.
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