New article on lawsuit focused on 9/11 funding

Lawsuits target financiers of 9/11 attacks

this article focuses on a massive lawsuit focused on companies and charities tied to Saudi Arabia.. the article also briefly mentions Sibel Edmonds which I found kinda interesting. While it mentions her knowledge of the funding of 9/11, and how she was placed under a gag order, it doesn't mention her comments as to how 9/11 also tied to the drug trade..

here are some quotes:

"I want fingers pointed. I want accountability. I want to get back at them. I want to fight back. I have great doubt that we'll ever see a dime or bring them to justice," said Burnett, a retired high school teacher.
"We've had some good rulings, we've had some bad rulings in court," said William Doyle, of Staten Island, N.Y., whose son, Joseph, died in the attack upon the World Trade Center. "The biggest problem with 9/11 is there has been no accountability anywhere."
Sibel Edmonds was fired by the bureau in 2003 after she raised allegations that translators were providing erroneous translations of FBI wiretaps and documents. The families subpoenaed Edmonds to testify, but then-U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft said her deposition likely would reveal classified information that would harm U.S. security, according to an affidavit filed with the court.

Edmonds disputes Ashcroft's assertions, saying that some of her work may be relevant to the Burnett case. She said the FBI was spying on Turkish cultural groups who may have helped -- wittingly or unwittingly -- to launder money for Saudis citizens who were connected to terrorists.