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If birthers really want attention given to them regarding this conspiracy, they would actually come up with evidence to back up their accusations.
Originally posted by CX
I wonder if this would work with the 9/11 story?
Offer an insane amount of money for anyone who can produce irrefutable evidence that 9/11 was an inside job. There are so many corrupt people in the establishment, someone is bound to come forward for the cash.
Worth a try. Say theres 50 million people who thing it was an inside job, i bet they'd happily donate a dollar to the prize fund.
This site remains up for those who want to know. I have given up. I no longer answer email, give away DVD’s, or support the $1,000,000 challenge (which no NIST, FEMA, or other credible engineer or scientist has dared to accept). Good luck to all. It will not be a good night.
Walter's theory is that the hijacked planes were replaced by remote controlled drones that were crashed into the World Trade Center and Pentagon, while the buildings were brought down by preset explosives, to create a pretext for the war in Afghanistan and 2003 invasion of Iraq. Walter still hasn't come up with a viable theory is to where the passengers of those planes went. At the web site, Walter offered a US$10,000 reward for a mathematical proof of how the World Trade Center buildings collapsed from the fire and impact, the way the 9/11 Commission said. By 2005, the reward had grown to $1,000,000 for proof that explosives were not used in the collapse of the World Trade Center.
On November 10, and November 11, 2004, Walter appeared on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360°, where he debated journalist Gerald Posner about the claims made by the campaign. On May 9, 2005, Walter was featured on the "Conspiracy Theories" episode of Showtime cable television program Penn & Teller: Bull#!,
As of December 2004, Walter estimated the total cost of the campaign at more than $3 million; by December 2005 it rose to $5.5 million.
In May 2005, Walter financed European tours of speaking engagements for William Rodriguez and his lawyer in the Rodriguez v. Bush lawsuit, Philip Berg.  Rodriguez claims that he saved hundreds of people in the World Trade Center who were trapped behind locked fire escape doors.