In 2002, Congress launched a special Joint Inquiry into the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The final report of the Joint Inquiry was released in December 2002.
At the time of publication, a 28-page section of the report was withheld. Even now, over a decade later, those 28 pages still have not been released to the public. But they should be -- the American people deserve answers.
More than 60 members of Congress have had the chance to read the report for themselves -- including Justin and other constitutional conservatives and libertarians. They've introduced a resolution calling for transparency on this issue. Out of respect for victims' families, loved ones, and all Americans, the 28 pages should be made public.
The events of 9/11 were an attack on all Americans, and the public deserves to have the full picture.