Bill Doyle is on a mission to prove that Saudi Arabia bankrolled the 9/11 attacks
Published: September 8, 2011
Doyle uses the same detached tone when telling the story of how, some weeks after the attacks, he discovered a fireman’s severed foot (still wearing a boot) that had somehow escaped the wreckage sifters at the Fresh Kills landfill. It’s possible that Doyle has been steeped for too long in the aftermath of death, destruction and despair, and hence, desensitized. But then again, the outrage may still be buried there, somewhere in the fact that the once-Republican retiree is now a registered independent, or perhaps, it’s in the slightly agitated tone of voice he assumes when talking about those responsible for the murder of his son – not the hijackers, nor even Osama bin Laden, but those still alive and thriving today who, thanks to an uninterested or unwilling U.S. government, feel little need to hide from anybody or anything.
“They’re getting off scot-free,” Doyle says. “We’ve got to hold those people who financed the hijackers accountable – instead of protecting them.”
"The Golden Chain," a list of the top 20 financiers of al-Qaida--all of them Saudis--discovered after a March 2002 raid of the Sarajevo office of the Benevolence International Foundation, a Saudi charity. U.S. intelligence officials estimate that the document was written in 1988.