What's in those secret 28 pages?

I just got it! I know what is in those blacked out 28 pages.

But first a little background info.

In 1990, Bush illegally sold his shares of Harken Energy, prompting an investigation by the SEC. His lawyer in this was a man named Robert Jordan. Bush was President, but even so, Bush was not exonerated.

In 2000, Bush, with the help of Bush, almost won the election. Ultimately, it was up to the Supreme Court to decide. The lawyer who represented him was James Baker, former Secretary of State, senior advisor to the Carlyle group, founder of Baker and Botts law firm http://www.bakerbotts.com/ .

“Like everyone else in the United States, the group stood transfixed as the events of September 11 unfolded. Present were former secretary of defense Frank Carlucci, former secretary of state James Baker III, and representatives of the bin Laden family. This was not some underground presidential bunker or Central Intelligence Agency interrogation room. It was the Ritz-Carlton in Washington, D.C., the plush setting for the annual investor conference of one of the most powerful, well-connected, and secretive companies in the world: the Carlyle Group. And since September 11, this little-known company has become unexpectedly important.”

“Yes, yes, we know all this,” you say. “What’s your point?”

Ah, but did you forget that Robert Jordan (Bush appointed Ambassador to Saudi Arabia during 9/11) and Baker are representing the Saudis AGAINST the families of the victims of 9/11?

What would be the worst thing for Bush’s favorite lawyers who are representing the Saudis? Could it be EVIDENCE OF SAUDI SUPPORT FOR TERRORISM? Wouldn’t that just ruin their case?

“Some of the most sensitive information in a 28-page classified section of the report involves what U.S. agencies are doing currently to investigate Saudi business figures and organizations, the officials said.”