Article courtesy of National Review, written by Andrew C. McCarthy.
The 9/11 attacks were not civil torts. They were acts of war. It is important to keep that fact in the front of our minds as we press for long-overdue disclosure of evidence linking the Saudi Arabian government to the mass murder of nearly 3,000 Americans, to say nothing of the even more overdue investigation of Iran’s contributory role — an investigation that should have been in high gear immediately after the planes struck their targets.
Over the years in these pages, we have catalogued the damage done to national security by regarding international terrorism as a mere law-enforcement problem.