BBC presents program on 9-11 "conspiracy theories" tonight

"A decade after the attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania, the Conspiracy Files looks at why some people still question what really happened on 9/11."

So reads a description of tonight's BBC segment on skeptics of the official version of the events of 9-11 (

BBC radio featured a segment this morning about 9-11 "conspiracy theories." Interviewees were Alex Jones and Neils Harrit, among several others, including some Brits whose names I did not catch. The thrust was that young people are more gullible and more likely to question government accounts than older, more sensible people. The spokespeople for 9-11 truth movement did a great job, sounding quite normal and presenting good arguments.


Top read story on BBC this afternoon, huge comment response also.

Nearly every sentence bunk

Mike Rudin

The BBC's Mike Rudin has been involved in many "Conspiracy Files" programmes. All the 9/11 ones are bunk (so I assume the others are too). The BBC has a complaints process. Some people might be interested in noting just how bad their programs are esp compared to that new documentary from Italy!

Found a review

Poor guy- he did recognized so much while believing Rudin has "debunked" all of the few points highligthed.