Former Senator Mike Gravel had been actively involved in the 9/11 truth and justice movement for the last year. That is over now. Gravel has taken money donated to the 9/11 Citizens Commission and re-distributed those funds elsewhere without permission from either the group or its donors. The organization that he moved the donations to is an organization that he founded and chairs – and it has nothing to do with 9/11.
Individuals in and out of government may certainly have participated with the obviously known perpetrators of this dastardly act. Suspicions abound over the analysis presented by government. Obviously an act that has triggered three wars, Afghan, Iraqi and the continuing War on Terror, should be extensively investigated which was not done and which the government avoids addressing.
The 9/11 conspiracy movement, seemingly the most hopeless of causes when it emerged years ago, is still nibbling at the edges of the mainstream. Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura, a seasoned conspiracist on this issue, has appeared on “The Larry King Show” on CNN casting doubts on conventional 9/11 thinking. In December, truTV will air […]
A group of architects and engineers gathered in Washington D.C. on Thursday to discuss what they say is proof that the Twin Towers and Building 7 were brought down on September 11 by controlled demolition. While that press conference was held at the National Press Club in Washington D.C., activists were holding local press conferences […]