It has become known as 'the 28 pages' and relates to the 28 missing pages from the 2002 congressional report on the 9/11 attacks on America which are reported to show that Saudi Arabian officials were involved in supporting Al-Queda and the hijackers.
The George W Bush administration ordered the potentially incriminating 28 pages be kept secret and President Barack Obama is deciding whether to declassify the material next month but John Lehman, a former member of the 9/11 Commission that investigated the attacks, has spoken out that the pages contain 'clear evidence that at least five Saudi government employees helped some of the 9/11 hijackers'.
Saudi leaders have threatened to sell off up to $750bn in US assets if the report is unclassified and they are implicated in the terrorist attack which killed 3000 in 2001.
State Department cables released by WikiLeaks revealed the Saudis have been behind the flow of millions of dollars a year to terrorist groups, Hillary Clinton stating in 2009 that: 'donors in Saudi Arabia constitute the most significant source of funding to Sunni terrorist groups worldwide'.
American leaders already know the contents of those 28 pages and have done nothing by way of retribution against the Saudi regime so we may soon find out that the USA (and George W Bush) knowingly invaded a country that had nothing to do with the 9/11 attacks but continued to pal up with the country that funded and actively supported it.