Danny Gonzalez, a former FBI agent, confirmed that at least two of the hijackers during the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center in the United States had a support network inside the United States.
“hijackers couldn’t have committed 3,000 mass murders themselves, I’m sure investigative records will reveal it.” – Gonzalez said.
President Joe Biden signed an executive order directing the Justice Department to oversee a review of the declassification of some documents related to the September 11 attacks, after pressure from victims’ families demanding to know the authorities’ findings.
According to the report, the Department of Justice must release any declassified documents in the next six months and some records relating to “Operation Encore” which began two years after the commission’s report.
Gonzalez said the public would learn a lot if records from Operation Encore were released, and that it would change the public’s understanding of 9/11.
Gonzalez added that he could not reveal certain classified information about Operation Encore, per FBI orders, and neither could another former agent, Ken Williams, who wrote a memo prior to 9/11 warning that potential terrorists were taking flying lessons in Arizona.
“The evidence is there,” the former FBI agent said during the interview. “I’ve seen it but I can’t go into details because of the protective order.”