The report shines a light into the bureau's probe of Omar al-Bayoumi, who was thought to be a Saudi student in California. He had been suspected of providing logistical support to two of the hijackers, Nawaf Al-Hazmi and Khalid Al-Midhar. https://thehill.com/policy/national-security/571867-fbi-releases-first-9-11-document-after-biden-order
The document's details information from interviews conducted in November, 2015 with a person who, according to the FBI, had contact with Bayoumi. The name of the individual was redacted from the report.
In addition, the report detailed that the person interviewed had connections to the Saudi Arabian consulate in Los Angeles and maintained "anecdotes of personal interactions with Consular leadership."
In the report, the FBI details that Bayoumi provided translation, travel assistance, lodging and financing to the hijackers.
The report said that a month before the hijackers arrived, Bayoumi checked into a hotel in Culver City, Calif., along with a man whose phone numbers were connected to a spiritual adviser to a Bin Laden lieutenant. Those two men reportedly had associations with the Saudi Consulate in Los Angeles.
The 2004 9/11 Commission Report found scant evidence that the Saudi government had been linked to the hijackers.
However, according to a 2017 court record by a former FBI official in Los Angeles, investigators found evidence that Bayoumi was an undercover intelligence operative and was active in a terror cell along with Fahad al-Thumairy.
Saudi intelligence takes direction from US glowies, and is tight with the jedis, despite the ridiculous Kayfabe that Saudi Arabia and Israel does pretending to hate each other.