9/11 and How to Proceed - Graeme MacQueen on GRTV Nov 28, 12

9/11 and How to Proceed - Graeme MacQueen on GRTV


Published on Nov 28, 2012 by GlobalResearchTV

Professor Graeme MacQueen has been an active scholar and peace activist for three decades, helping to found the McMaster's Centre for Peace Studies in 1989. Now, as an editor of the Journal of 9/11 Studies and member of the Toronto Hearings committee and the 9/11 Consensus panel, MacQueen is looking for ways to go beyond the collection of 9/11 evidence into prosecution for the crimes of 9/11. Find out more in this week's GRTV Feature Interview with our guest, Graeme MacQueen.

Graeme MacQueen

Thank you, Joe, for posting this and I look forward to Graeme's presentation in Malaysia being posted soon.

Note to Graeme: You mention an upcoming paper in The Journal of 9/11 Studies on seismic recordings prior to the aircraft impacts and I was thinking that a good appendix addition might be the witness testimonies that explicitly mention explosions before those impacts. Off the top of my head I can think of three that I have seen: 1) William Rodriguez 2) The fellow (30-ish being interviewed while sitting and shaken) saying that he "got blown" before the planes hit , and 3) Two black women who talk about "an explosion in the lobby" that "blew the turn-styles up" before the planes hit. Sorry I can't be more specific and thanks again for your contributions. If this has already been covered then I apologize for my ignorance.

Graeme MacQueen presents at the 9/11 Revisited conference

Fall 2001: The Message, The Terrorists - Graeme MacQueen presents at the 9/11 Revisited conference

Published on Nov 30, 2012 by corbettreport

Graeme MacQueen, co-editor of the Journal of 9/11 Studies, presents to the "9/11 Revisted: Seeking the Truth" conference in Kuala Lumpur on November 19, 2012.

Thanks Joe

I think Graeme is among the clearest and strongest messengers for us 9/11 skeptics.


This is a scratch. My remarks were incautious. One climbs a mountain and is excited to get to the top... only to look over and see Mr. MacQueen, et al, already sitting there enjoying the view. I have since read both the new Seismic paper by Rousseau and MacQueen's paper from 2009. In reading through the witness accounts in the 2009 paper it is easy to ascertain the certitude and confidence that Graeme exudes when discussing these topics: 'astounding' hardly does it justice. Lesson learned (relearned). :-)