Jersey City Library Screens Controversial 9/11 Film

By The Jersey Journal
January 02, 2010, 6:56PM

A controversial 9/11 conspiracy theory documentary will be screened at 1 p.m. next Saturday at the Five Corners branch of the Jersey City Public Library, 678 Newark Ave., according to the Jersey City Peace Movement, which is sponsoring the screening.

Narrator Daniel Sunjata, a Tony Award-nominated actor who is a star of the television series "Rescue Me,'' is expected to make a special appearance at the screening of "Loose Change 9/11: An American Coup.''

A question-and-answer session and refreshments will follow.

For information, call (201) 547-4543.

Admission is free.

Among the focuses of the film is the way the towers and nearby 7 World Trade Center collapsed, calling into question whether the impact of the planes and the subsequent fires could have been sufficient triggers for the way the buildings fell.

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Excellent! I love hearing about events like this!

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This sort of event is the best way to spread truth. They reach an audience and bring people together. I started 9/11 truth film screenings in one town & was happy to see a local peace group continue them after I left. These events do have an impact.

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