News Analysis – the JASTA Bill to sue Saudi Arabia for crimes on 911
Terry Strada is a mother, 9/11 widow, and a Special Interest Advocate and National Chair for 9/11 Families & Survivors United for Justice Against Terrorism. She serves as liaison between the 9/11 families & survivors and the U.S. Congress and Legislative Directors who are responsible for national security and terrorism legislation. Terry co-created a grassroots campaign to advocate for President Obama to declassify the redacted 28 pages from the Joint Congressional Inquiry Into Intelligence Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attack of September 11, 2001 and to urge Congress to enact the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act or JASTA. The JASTA bill enables families and survivors of 9/11 to pursue justice against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the role they played in knowingly financing al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, and the 19 hijackers who commandeered the four commercial aircrafts. Terry is published on CNN’s Op-ed section, the Huffington Post, Daily News and The Hill. She has frequently been interviewed on CNN and appeared on Fox Business, BBC International, the Today Show, RT, CNN International and other media outlets discussing both JASTA and declassification of the 28 pages. Her website is PassJASTA.org and people can also go to 28Pages.org for further information.