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911: Press For Truth (Movie)

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posted on Sep, 17 2006 @ 02:03 PM
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Brand new and probably the best documentary I've seen regarding 911 yet.

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posted on Sep, 23 2006 @ 11:03 AM
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Uh, did anyone watch this? How come there are no responses?



posted on Sep, 23 2006 @ 12:52 PM
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I saw it on 9/11 at a demonstration in KC. I agree that it is the greatest documentary on 9/11 truth.



posted on Sep, 23 2006 @ 01:07 PM
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On it's own merits it's a well produced and accurate film - by accurate I mean that the information is consistent with other sources and timelines.

911 Timeline really is a great resource, and it doesn't just present "theories" it offers up some great verifiable information (links galore!)

As hard as it must be for families of victims to continually hear about conspiracies, I think that it's important that the events of 9/11 be worked and investigated from as many angles as possible. Keeping the discussions going. Keeping people asking questions to thwart that dang complacency that has a habit of creeping in as time passes and events are shuffled to the back of the mind.

Combine this film with say, 9/11 Mysteries, In Plane Site, Loose Change just to name a few (there are many more) and you start seeing not just a pattern of theory and speculation, but a more ominous pattern of unswered, ignored and blatantly hushed questions.

The Press for Truth video is another good example of these questions and reminds us that the 911 Commission, who was responsible for answering these questions failed to touch on even 70% of them. Falls under the category of "don't ask if you don't really want to know". The Administration clearly had the Commission under it's thumb.

Thanks for posting it!



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