Final Report of Toronto Hearings on 9/11 Now Available

It is with great excitement that I announce the release of the Final Report of the Toronto Hearings, which is titled The 9/11 Toronto Report. It is now available for purchase on, for a reduced introductory price of $12.76. I encourage you to review the content of the book using Amazon's "Look Inside" feature, and if you like the book, leave a positive five-star review. The book has already received a one-star review from someone who has not read the book, and we need to counteract these kinds of reviews.

The 9/11 Toronto Report is a collection of essays submitted by the witnesses who presented at the International Hearings on the Events of September 11, 2001, which were held in Toronto, Canada over the 10th Anniversary of the attacks. I collected the essays, edited them, and arranged them into the chapters you find in the book. I believe it is the most succinct, comprehensive, and persuasive written treatment of the best evidence against the official story for 9/11 that has been produced to date. Those experts who contributed chapters include David Ray Griffin, Kevin Ryan, Peter Dale Scott, Graeme MacQueen, David Chandler, Barbara Honegger, Richard Gage and many others.

The 9/11 Toronto Report also contains a written report and recommendation from each of the four distinguished panelists who heard the evidence presented over the four days of hearings and questioned the witnesses. The panelists include two eminent Canadian academics, an American civil engineer and academic, and the most famous and influential judge in Italy and honorary president of the Italian Supreme Court, Ferdinando Imposimato. As you will read in the final chapters of the Report, the opinions of these four individuals, each of which carries credibility and weight that cannot be disputed, make a clear and unmistakable case that the official account of 9/11 is false, and that the only way to realize truth and accountability is to tear down the wall of secrecy and lies that has been erected by the United States government around the events of 9/11.

More Reason to Investigate

This book presents many more solid reasons for a legal scientific investigation of the largest crime in US history. A must read.


bought my copy

I ordered one as well......

I needed something else so I got free shipping. It is weird to actually handle a book as I have a Kindle and an Audible account. Note to librophiles: If you think you know a book and have read your copy over and over again, try the audio book version; it is uncanny but it turns into a completely different book. I a'int pimping for them but Audible has been way more than fair with me. I get discounts, free books, and lots of other goods and services as well. But the best part is that you can hear some intellectual content while cleaning your oven and things like that.

At Amazon, I like this comment...

Excellent Report on an Excellent Conference
David R. Griffin
This review is from: The 9/11 Toronto Report (Paperback)
"The Toronto Hearings" was the name of an excellent conference on 9/11, the best I have attended. It had reports by several of the best-known scholars of 9/11, including Kevin Ryan, Peter Dale Scott, Graeme MacQueen, David Chandler, Barbara Honegger, Richard Gage, and myself. Of special interest to people familiar with these scholars are excellent presentations by some less well-known scholars, including Jon Cole, Laurie Manwell, and Lance deHaven-Smith (who introduced the term SCADs [State Crimes against Democracy] as a type of crime exemplified by 9/11). The conference began with moving statements by Lorie Van Auken and Bob McIlvaine, who lost loved ones in the destruction of the World Trade Center. Finally, there were reflections on the conference by a prestigious four-member panel, including Italy's most famous judge, Ferdinando Imposimato. Attorney James Gourley of the International Center for 9/11 Studies turned these presentations into a first-rate book.


I think you're collecting donations for this project as a nonprofit corporation. Where do profits from this book go, sir?

I've read it in just three days

my review to follow soon. It's a very useful approach. Very good edited.