CIA director John Brennan said on Saturday that he expects 28 redacted pages of a congressional report on 9/11 to be published and that he supports their release. "These 28 pages they going to come out, I think it’s good that they come out, but people shouldn’t take them as evidence of Saudi complicity in the attacks," Brennan said in an interview with Saudi television station Arabiya TV, which was highlighted by by Reuters.Some lawmakers have been pressing for the release of the documents, which they argue show the existence of a Saudi support network for the hijackers involved in the terror attacks. The 28 pages were cut from a report by the George W. Bush administration in the interest of national security. Those critics say the vague wording in the report left open the possibility that less senior officials or other parts of the Saudi government could have played a role in the attacks. While Brennan has maintained that Saudi Arabia and its officials were not involved, his support for the release of the documents is new. Last month he said that releasing the 28 pages of the report would be a mistake because they contain inaccurate, un-vetted information that could be used to inaccurately tie Saudi Arabia to the terror attacks. Wow what's up with this sudden change of heart, when just last month the CIA director said the 28 pages contain inaccurate information? The funny thing is he said to support the release of the 28 pages directly at a Saudi Arabian media news outlet. Has he finally come to the side of all of America to support the release of the 28 pages in the 9/11 commission, that probably states both Saudi and US government involvement in the attacks on 9-11-2001? By now flip flopping on the release of the secret 28 pages, one could say have they been tampered with or has he himself woke up to the fact that these contain some dirty US government and Saudi secrets? Since he is under watch under Obama, will he soon be fired from his CIA position. One thing can be said about him supporting the 28 pages being released all of a sudden... Something seems a little fishy.