A mainstream news story about the CIA deciding not to pursue the 9/11 hijackers despite serious warning from the FBI. While shrugging off deeper skepticism, this story does promote interest in the facts surrounding the attacks. 9/11 truth advocates may view this as limited hangout journalism that is intended to cover more disturbing facts, however any mainstream coverage for the facts serves to promote an acceptance of curiosity into the event.
Media Roots interviews Jon Gold about the most pressing and factual points of interest that continue to motivate those who pursue the truth about the 9/11 attacks. With a strict focus on documentary evidence and the historical record, Jon Gold continues to make the case for 9/11 truth without reference to more controversial speculation.
Joining member of Congress, family members of 9/11 victims urged the Obama Administration to declassify previously secret portions of the Congressional investigation into the September 11th attacks and reveal more truth about what happened on that day. Educated speculation, informed by leaks from those familiar with 28 pages redacted from the report suggested the involvement of Saudi Arabian nationals.
Someone over at The Onion is a fairly savvy purveyor of 9/11 truth and wrote this opinion piece for the holidays. We don’t endorse Loose Change or Santa Claus but it’s nice to see that people are still taking the time and risking ridicule to get the message out. Happy Holidays!
In a scathing op-ed a New York Times writer reveals details of Presidential Daily Briefings before the 9/11 attacks that contained numerous, very specific warnings about an impending attack. The article reveals that the warnings were ignored and then after the attack suppressed by the Bush Administration from inclusion in the 9/11 Commission investigation and report.
Jon Gold is the kind of guy journalists like to call “a man without a country.” He believes his actual country has covered up the true nature of its biggest tragedy. And the people you’d think would be his people, the truthers, he wants nothing to do with.
The four stay-at-home moms who lived relatively carefree lives in suburban Monmouth County became some of the most visible faces of the families of the dead and their main cause at the time: pushing the federal government to study the attacks — whether there was intelligence that could have prevented them, and whether the response once they began was adequate.
In May 2003, at the very first hearing of the 9/11 Commission, Kyle Hence and John Judge formed 9/11 CitizensWatch. Their stated purpose was to, “act as a hub between independent researchers and the government’s 9/11 Commission to finally address the “unanswered questions” from 9/11.” As a group, they worked alongside the family members that […]
Following the attacks of September 11th, a small group of grieving families waged a tenacious battle against those who sought to bury the truth about the event — including, to their amazement, President Bush. In this documentary, six of them — including three of the famous 9/11 widows known as the “Jersey Girls” — tell the powerful story of how they took on the greatest powers in Washington, compelling lawmakers to launch an investigation that ultimately failed to answer most of their questions.
With the departure of the Bush Administration and the arrival of an “era of transparency,” opportunities are arising for the disclosure of new information that may shed more light on the events that took place before and after 9/11/2001. This film takes viewers on a turbulent journey through several pivotal moments in history before delving into the most significant catastrophe in recent memory, 9/11.