Judge Rules No Blanket Secrecy on Saudi Documents

Dan Christensen of the Florida Bulldog reports on U.S. Magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn’s August 27th ruling that documents Saudi Arabia produces in court are not entitled to blanket secrecy. Certain sensitive documents, such as diplomatic and consular files, financial records and personnel documents, may finally be brought to light.

Lawyers for the 9/11 victims and family members are optimistic.

“We know there were a number of federal agents who tried to get to the truth and who were thwarted. They are retiring now and coming out of the woodwork.”

~Jim Kreindler, Kreindler Partner and Attorney for the 9/11 Plaintiffs

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