Justice Dept. Offers 9/11 Families New Detail About Investigation of Suspected Saudi Accomplices

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Sean Carter was quoted in an article in The Washington Post discussing The Justice Department's decision to provide new information to the families of those killed on 9/11 who are suing the government of Saudi Arabia over possible complicity in the terrorist attacks — but only under a protective order meant to keep the information from becoming public. “It’s less than ideal that some of the information has to be handled under seal, but the primary objective is to secure the evidence so that we can obtain justice for our clients,” said Sean Carter. 

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