Recent Foreign Press About 9/11 Mysteries

Burried Truths: The Big Issue in Scotland - Street News Service

Four years on from the attacks of 9/11, cracks are beginning to appear in the ‘official’ version of events. A growing movement, backed by respected thinkers and political figures, is demanding an independent public enquiry into what really happened.

‘The most unbelievable of all the possible conspiracy theories about 9/11 is the official one about Osama bin Laden and 19 fanatic Muslim hijackers taking the government of the United States completely by surprise and getting ‘lucky’.”Robert M Bowman doesn’t mince his words.

The retired American, like millions of people across the globe, refuses to believe what his government has told him about the terrorist attacks of 9/11. But unlike millions of others, Bowman is a retired US Airforce lieutenant colonel and a former director of the ‘Star Wars’ missile defence system that was designed to ‘safeguard’ his country during the Cold War.

Controlled collapse of World Trade Center Building 7? - Al Jazeera

How is it possible that a horrific event like September 11 attacks has been subjected to so little investigation? What motivation can justify the great haste with which so much unique physical evidence was destroyed?

Video evidence and eyewitness reports raise very serious questions about the official story of 9/11, pointing strongly to a controlled demolition.
Analysts describe the implosion of WTC7 as additional evidence of government complicity.
The video publicly available suggests that controlled demolition brought down building 7.
Also Michael Taylor, an expert demolition contractor from Pennsylvania, was quoted as saying that the fall of the buildings ‘looked like a controlled demolition’.

Van Romero, another expert, and vice-president for research at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, made similar remarks after studying videos of the attack,

“Explosive devices inside the buildings caused them to collapse”, said Romero.

But ten days later and without explanation, Romero recanted that view.

Both of these articles from the last 2 months slipped under my radar. Thanks Doug for the heads up!