A division of Lloyds of London insurance firm is suing Saudi Arabia in a U.S. court over claims that the country funded the terrorists responsible for the 9/11 attacks on America.
Lloyds of London is demanding the return of $215 million compensation it paid September 11, 2001 victims by alleging that the Saudi government is responsible because it used banks and charities to support Osama bin Laden’s Al Qaeda, according to The Independent newspaper.
The explosive, landmark lawsuit was filed in Johnston, Pennsylvania, near where United Airlines flight 93 crashed on 9/11, and it names nine defendants, including a leading member of the oil-rich state’s royal family who is a business partner with the Bush family.
Saudi Arabia has always denied claims that Osama bin Laden’s organisation received official financial and practical support from their country, which is also his home country.
The 9/11 Commission’s official report on the attacks, found that there was no evidence that the Saudi government or senior Saudi officials individually funded Al Qaeda, but the report investigators were likely bought off as part of a government-oil business conspiracy.
The Lloyds 3500 syndicate’s 156-page lawsuit cites details revealed in U.S. diplomatic cables recently exposed by WikiLeaks, according to The Independent newspaper.
The cables are said to show that U.S. officials remained concerned that the Saudi Arabian authorities were not doing enough to stop money being transferred to the terrorist group by its citizens.
The lawsuit suggests the defendants knowingly provided resources to Al Qaeda and acted as “agents and alter egos” for the Saudi kingdom.
The suit states: “Absent the sponsorship of Al Qaeda’s material sponsors and supporters, including the defendants named therein, Al Qaeda would not have possessed the capacity to conceive, plan and execute the 11 September attacks.
“The success of Al Qaeda’s agenda, including the 11 September attacks themselves, has been made possible by the lavish sponsorship Al Qaeda has received from its material sponsors and supporters over more than a decade leading up to 11 September 2001.”
The lawsuit singles out the activities of a charity, the Saudi Joint Relief Committee for Kosovo and Chechnya (SJRC).
SJRC was alleged by United Nations officials to have been used as a cover by several Al Qaeda operatives, including two men who acted as directors of the charity.
The suit claims that at the time the charity was under the control of Prince Naif bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud, half-brother of King Abdullah and the long-standing Saudi Interior minister.
They are close friends and business partners in the Carlyle Group with George W. and George H.W. Bush. They allegedly work together toward a globalist, New World Order Illuminati agenda.
The claim states that between 1998 and 2000, Saudi Arabia, the SJRC, diverted more than $74 million to Al Qaeda members and loyalists affiliated with its bureaus.
Currently, Saudi Arabia’s embassies in London and Washington did not respond to the publication’s requests for a response to the allegations in the explosive lawsuit.
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