posted on Jul, 12 2009 @ 08:08 PM
On the heals of my earlier thread, "When can we expect 9/11 "Truth" action?", comes an ancillary question:
What is the probability that there will be a "new, independent" investigation of 9/11 as some have demanded? What is required for that to happen?
We know the goals of some in the 9/11 Truth Movement is for a new investigation of 9/11, an "independent" investigation, as described by some, but
without a firm description of who would comprise such an "independent" investigatory group and how that would be decided.
We also know that there are a good many in the 9/11 Truth Movement who really aren't interested in an "investigation" per se, but want some form of
forum in which the "perpetrators of the inside job" are formally convicted and jailed, if not executed. A legal trial, to them, is irrelevant since
they believe the perpetrators are already "convicted."
Leaving that latter group aside, what would be required to convince the majority of Americans that a new investigation is even warranted? It is almost
eight years since 9/11 and no perceptible movement toward that goal is evident.
Personally, I see the probability of any new investigation as extremely low. What do others think?
[edit on 12-7-2009 by jthomas]