posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 08:12 PM
It would start with fare media coverage for both sides of the argument. This is key because it would allow everyone, including experts, to realize
that there are many questions that need to be answered, and it would make people realize that they aren't kooks for asking questions.
Following that, there would have to be an independent investigation that would include independent experts. Their investigation would have to have
the full corporation of the US government, including Bush et al, be given as much money as needed, and have access to all available evidence. This
would mean that if the commission asked Bush to testify alone, he would have to, and other such compliances. I would also like for the investigation
to be open to the public, and for the public to be able to view all of the evidence.
If an investigation such as this occurred, and proved that the official story was true, I would believe it. I know that this may seem like a high
threshold, but I don't think it is too much to ask for there to be an open, independent investigation.
Although the following would satisfy me, I will say that there will always be some doubt in some peoples minds because of the way the situation has
been handled for 7 years now. To be honest, it quite understandable. If the cops were accused of letting a bunch of people die, and they destroyed
most of the physical evidence, wouldn't you be skeptical? The same is true here.
Even if my scenario were to happen, and the government was found completely innocent of any wrong doing, I still think that they are to blame for the
lack of trust they incur. Because of their poor handling of the situation (destroying, losing, or withholding evidence, only giving a small amount of
money to the 9-11 commission and commissioners admitting the whole thing was inadequate, the treating of people with questions as treasonous, etc), I
can't blame people if they will always have a hard time trusting our government, at least until radical changes are made.