Mohammad-Javad Larijani, a former diplomat, member of a politically influential Iranian family, and current international affairs assistant in the Iranian judiciary has admitted the fact that Iran not only allowed the 911 hijackers to pass through his country but did not stamp their passports to show they were ever there. Had their passports been stamped they may well have never been admitted into the United States or at least caught the eye of authorities who would then keep an eye on them and perhaps avoided the terrorist attack on America. Families of the victims had sued Iran and won billions that they cannot collect because Barack Obama sent all of their frozen assets back to Iran.
A New York federal judge ordered Iran to pay billions of dollars in damages to 9/11 victims in May, court documents obtained by ABC News show. The lawsuit was first filed in 2004 and allowed to go forward in 2016 after Congress passed the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act. (RELATED: Federal Judge: Iran Shares Responsibility for 9/11 Terror Attacks)
“In December 2011, a New York federal court held a hearing and found that the evidence presented established that Iran’s provision of material support to al-Qaeda was a cause of the 9/11 attacks and the resulting damage, injuries, and deaths,” said attorney Robert Haefele of Motley Rice LLC, who represented the plaintiffs.
Barack Obama was so desperate for a deal that not only did he make arguably the worst deal in US history, with the possible exception of the deal in which he traded five extrordinarily dangerous terrorist for one feckless traitor, but also made it impossible for the victims to receive the compensation they won in court. This on top of his allowing Iranian sponsored terrorists to run drugs into the country and secretly (and illegally) allowing Iran access to the United States banking system. Thus cementing his claim to being the worst president in US history.