FBI Agent Told Not To Cooperate With 9/11 Families

Kenneth Williams, a retired FBI counterterrorism agent, gave an exclusive interview to 28Pages.org. Williams discusses how the FBI’s Office of the General Counsel told him to not cooperate with attorneys for 9/11 families in their lawsuit against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The reason given was the information he had could harm relations between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia.

In the interview Williams clarifies that his allegiance goes beyond the FBI and shares his philosophy in this way: “I’m an employee of the FBI, but I’m also an employee of the American people. The whole reason for taking the job is to protect America. It’s not to protect the FBI as an institution, it’s to protect people,” he says.


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