Lloyd's insurance syndicate sues Saudi Arabia for 'funding 9/11 attacks' using Wikileaks Cable DocsQuicklink submitted by Amanda Lang Permalink
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|A Lloyd's insurance syndicate has begun a landmark legal case against Saudi Arabia, accusing the kingdom of indirectly funding al-Qa'ida and demanding the repayment of £136m it paid out to victims of the 9/11 attacks. The Brighton-based Lloyd's 3500 syndicate, which paid $215m compensation to companies and individuals involved, alleges that the oil-rich Middle Eastern superpower bears primary responsibility for the atrocity because al-Qa'ida was supported by banks and charities acting as 'agents and alter egos' for the Saudi state. The detailed case, which names a number of prominent Saudi charities and banks as well as a leading member of the al-Saud royal family, will cause embarrassment to the Saudi government,... AND hopefully the Bush/Cheney administration. About time Saudis royals called out for the terrorist sponsors they are.|
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