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There was a time when citizens could rely on traditional media for investigative reporting and commentary that challenges official government narratives.

Those days are over.

Today, the smallest outlets reveal the largest truths.

28Pages.org provides investigative journalism and candid analysis of the war on terror...to advance a more rational, honest and effective approach to this longest of American wars.

We break important stories. 28Pages.org was first to report:
  • The declassification of "Document 17," a 9/11 Commission document that revealed investigators wanted to probe political influence on scrutiny of Saudi links to the attacks.
  • The first-hand accounts of U.S. veterans tricked into lobbying for Saudi Arabia against a law enabling the kingdom to be sued for its alleged support of the 9/11 attacks.  
  • A former FBI agent's revelation that the bureau told him not to help 9/11 families make a case against Saudi Arabia--because it might be bad for U.S.-Saudi relations. 
These stories prompted follow-on reporting by Associated Press, The Times of London, New York Times, Harper’s, The American Conservative, Fox News, the New York Post and others. 

Help us continue to spotlight false pretenses, hypocrisy and misconduct in the war on terror. Your support of our work helps us maintain a site that's free of ads and free of outside influences. 
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There was a time when citizens could rely on traditional media for investigative reporting and commentary that challenges official government narratives.

Those days are over.

Today, the smallest outlets reveal the largest truths.

28Pages.org provides investigative journalism and candid analysis of the war on terror...to advance a more rational, honest and effective approach to this longest of American wars.

We break important stories. 28Pages.org was first to report:
  • The declassification of "Document 17," a 9/11 Commission document that revealed investigators wanted to probe political influence on scrutiny of Saudi links to the attacks.
  • The first-hand accounts of U.S. veterans tricked into lobbying for Saudi Arabia against a law enabling the kingdom to be sued for its alleged support of the 9/11 attacks.  
  • A former FBI agent's revelation that the bureau told him not to help 9/11 families make a case against Saudi Arabia--because it might be bad for U.S.-Saudi relations. 
These stories prompted follow-on reporting by Associated Press, The Times of London, New York Times, Harper’s, The American Conservative, Fox News, the New York Post and others. 

Help us continue to spotlight false pretenses, hypocrisy and misconduct in the war on terror. Your support of our work helps us maintain a site that's free of ads and free of outside influences. 

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Every dollar gives us extra incentive to produce more eye-opening journalism
$5.28 Per Article Written
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Every dollar gives us extra incentive to produce more eye-opening journalism
$10.28 Per Article Written
$10.28 or more per creation
Every dollar gives us extra incentive to produce more eye-opening journalism
$20.28 Per Article Written
$20.28 or more per creation
$28.28 Per Article Written
$28.28 or more per creation
Every dollar gives us extra incentive to produce more eye-opening journalism