A new federal lawsuit in the United States says that the Iranian regime and Hezbollah colluded and worked together with al Qaeda to facilitate the 9/11 terrorist attacks, according to CNN.
In a report aired on May 26, CNN said, “Lawyers who filed the case are asking a federal judge in New York to now hold Iran liable.”
“Inside the 9/11 Commission report, there are two pages that put attorney Thomas Mellon Jr. on a seven-year path, a path that resulted in a federal lawsuit alleging Iran is linked to the September 11 attacks,” the report said.
It added that the 9/11 Commission report included a section entitled “Assistance from Hezbollah and Iran to al Qaeda,” in which it concludes, “We believe that this topic requires further investigation by the U.S. government.”
Attorney Mellon said, “We took one interview to the next, one tip, one lead, one bit of evidence to the next step. And it’s now taken us since July of ’04 to firmly establish the truth that indeed it was Iran who assisted al Qaeda.”
“The 9/11 Commission report found several of the 9/11 hijackers traveled through Iran into or out of Afghanistan, without ever getting their passports stamped,” CNN said.