Relatives of 11 September victims filed a lawsuit against Saudi Arabia
Photo: Getty Images as a result of the attacks of September 11, 2011 killed 2977 people, another 24 were missing
Publicly, the lawyers and the plaintiffs the amount of damages is not known.
In a US Federal court filed on behalf of the relatives of the 850 killed and 1,500 wounded in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The applicants intend to sue Saudi Arabia.
The lawsuit contains a claim for damages in public, however, lawyers and plaintiffs the amount is not known. The document identifies a number of Saudi charities, which the applicants believed to be involved in creating and funding training camps for the militants of “al-Qaeda”. The plaintiffs argue that these organizations collaborated with the leader of “al-Qaeda” Osama bin Laden and helped create new cells in Pakistan and Afghanistan .
Attorney Jim Kreindler, whose law firm works with families of those killed and injured almost 16 years, accuses Saudi Arabia in that it is directly funded al-Qaeda, and also provided her paperwork and assisted in the movement of people and goods around the world.
In addition, the lawsuit mentioned the names of the Saudi officials who, according to the applicants, at one and a half years before the attacks and cooperated with the hijackers of the planes that crashed on 11 September 2001.
The lawyers representing the interests of Saudi Arabia in this matter, has not commented on the news about the lawsuit.
Recall that in October last year in the United States was filed the first lawsuit against Saudi Arabia for September 11.
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