In this post he discusses interview by someone who says that the Pentagon was hit by something other than a 757 (I can't get the interview to work)
And this post which is mostly Hopsicker about Cocaine One, Makram Chams and Zacharias Moussaoui.
And Damien also points to this 2004 article by Craig Unger in Salon. Damien summarizes it for our viewing pleasure:
Unger talks about the Saudis immediately before and after 9/11.
Following 9/11 the US captured Abu Zubaydah, the 30-year-old chief of operations for al-Qaida who had been head of field operations for the USS Cole bombing and who was a close confidant of Osama bin Laden's. The US sent in people pretending to be from Saudi intelligence. Zubaydah was relieved and told them to contact Prince Ahmed bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz (a westernized
member of the royal family who had been in the US buying racehorses and was flown out after 9/11). He was expecting that Ahmed Aziz would solve his US captor problems for him.
The US interrogators responded by telling Zubaydah that 9/11 changed everything. The House of Saud certainly would not stand behind him after that. It was then that Zubaydah dropped his real bombshell. "Zubaydah said that 9/11 changed nothing because Ahmed ... knew beforehand that an attack was scheduled for American soil that day," Posner writes. "They just didn't
know what it would be, nor did they want to know more than that. The information had been passed to them, said Zubaydah, because bin Laden knew they could not stop it without knowing the specifics, but later they would be hard-pressed to turn on him if he could disclose their foreknowledge. "