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.
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 were apart of the 9/11 Family Steering Committee. Early on, the 9/11 Commission was not putting ...
On September 9th, 2004, then former Rep. Cynthia McKinney, along with 9/11 Family Members and citizen researchers, held what were called the “9/11 Omission Hearings” in New York City. To many of us that have been involved with this cause for a long time, these were truly historic. It is important to note that these hearings took place not two months after the release of the 9/11 Report. If you’ve never seen them, they come highly recommended. As you watch them, ask yourself, “is this something the media should have told me about?”