Barry Komisaruk, PhD, Rutgers Dean and Professor Questions 9/11
Barry R. Komisaruk, PhD, Rutgers University Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor of Psychology and Associate Dean of the Graduate School, wrote an op-ed piece for the Rutgers Observer questioning the official account of 9/11. It appeared in the print and online version of the newspaper on the sixth anniversary of 9/11.
A View on 09/11/01
Six years later, the impact is still felt. The implications are still more troubling. My vivid recollections are the sudden silent disappearance from my vantage point from Smith Hall on Warren Street of the towers, replaced by a giant plume of white smoke, and my thought of the futility of the UMDNJ's calling and mobilizing all health care personnel; no person in the buildings could survive the collapse.
Some months later over breakfast with a colleague, I reacted in disbelief when he said, "You know, there was no debris from a jetliner crash evident in photos of the Pentagon that day." His claim started me to read extensively about the events of the day.
Based upon my reading, published evidence leads me to a terribly disturbing conclusion as to the veracity of the official government accounts. ...
Complete article is available at http://media.www.rutgersobserver.com/media/storage/paper822/news/2007/09...