posted on Jun, 19 2011 @ 09:38 AM
Just a couple thoughts I'd like to add along with the largest single collection of 9/11 related material in the public domain, bar none.
First, do I think something funny happened beyond the official story on that morning in September of 2001? I absolutely do. There are too many
questions that remain unanswered and the 911 commission was a political whitewash for whatever reasons the powers that be wanted the matter dropped,
closed and ended as quickly as possible. This is WORSE than anything about Kennedy ever was and this matter will not die until a proper investigation
is held with ALL parties heard from and ALL evidence offered, examined and either accepted or tossed with a reason why.
Having said that, just as I pointed out in another post that Bldg 7 must be explained before the official story can even start to be accepted, well,
my feelings cut BOTH ways with this. Where did the crew and passengers of 4 civilian airliners disappear to that day? There is NO DOUBT 4 planes took
off. There is NO QUESTION none of them were seen intact again and no one who boarded them has ever been seen alive again. So..If they DID NOT crash
into the WTC, the Pentagon and a lonely field in PA, those who claim this need to come up with an explanation that is even half way believable about
where they DID go.
Now for the link. After the 20th Hijacker was tried, convicted and stuffed into a dark dungeon beneath the plains of Colorado (Good place for
him...may he live a LOONG life in that dark hole) the Government took the almost unprecedented step of making public every exhibit and piece of
evidence for public review and download. The trial had just over 1,200 pieces of evidence used by both the Defense and Prosecution. This link goes to
the United States Government website that contains every last one of them. Pictures...Transcripts...interviews and interrogations..EVERYTHING.
Over 1200 pieces of 911 evidence available here.
Much of this is graphic, and some of what I looked at in this body of evidence are among the images I'll never get out of my head. Fair warning about
the uncensored nature of it. It was evidence at what was basically the largest murder trial in world history. The Evidence is just as ugly and graphic
as one might expect at such a trial.