Upcoming National Geographic Mini-Series on 9/11
The National Geographic Channel will air "Inside 9/11," a four-hour mini-series on the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington.
Currently in production, "Inside 9/11" premieres Aug. 21 and Aug. 22, at 9 p.m. EDT.
The mini-series follows the footsteps of the terrorists as they formulated their plans, infiltrated the U.S. and executed their suicide missions. Tracing the timeline that led up to the deadly attacks, "Inside 9/11" deconstructs the events of that fateful day, tracking the movements of all four terrorist teams and patching together the government response.
The series draws from many sources, including newly-declassified documents from the Sept. 11 Commission investigation, over 60 original interviews with experts, whistleblowers, investigators and survivors -- some speaking out for the first time -- eyewitness materials including footage culled from a rarely seen 400-hour archive and chilling audio recordings from the doomed planes and inside air traffic control.
While this isn't exactly 'alternative' 9/11 news, it is something worth noting. I am sure that those who are still examining 9/11 will want to check it out to see if anything new can be gleaned from the mini-series as well as if what is covered is factually accurate.
Hopefully they will at least avoid continuing to use the identities of several hijackers who are still alive, something even the 9/11 Commission didn't bother mentioning. It should be pretty easy to at least say the identities of those involved is still unknown right?