Anyone who read WhoWhatWhy’s investigation of seeming ties between Saudi royalty and the alleged 9/11 hijackers knows that Lloyd’s of London had sued powerful Saudi interests, then abruptly withdrew its suit. Good news: WhoWhatWhy is now making available that here-and-gone legal filing.
You may recall WhoWhatWhy’s recent investigation of apparent connections between Saudi royalty and the alleged 9/11 hijackers. In it, we mentioned that the insurance giant Lloyd’s of London had sued powerful Saudi interests, alleging culpability for the 2001 attacks–then abruptly withdrew its suit.
Lloyd’s didn’t provide a proper explanation of what had prompted it to withdraw the suit, though, presumably, there’s some behind-the-scenes interaction with those named, perhaps even a settlement. That leaves the rest of us in the dark.
Good news, though: WhoWhatWhy is now making available that here-and-gone legal filing.
The text of Lloyds’ lengthy original court filing may be found here. And we’ll be back soon with our own commentary—pointing you to the most significant nuggets.