9/11 hit piece

The Boston Globe did the unthinkable: It gave Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth some ink!


Columnist Alex Beam interviewed AE911Truth founder Richard Gage in the lead-up to this week's architecture industry trade show in Beantown.

Dubbed the ABX, which stands for Architecture Boston Expo, the convention ranks second in both attendance and importance to the crème de la crème event—the American Institute of Architects' annual conference.

Not surprisingly, Beam makes the usual trite digs at 9/11 "truthers," the name he insists on calling the 2,350-plus professional architects and engineers who have signed AE911Truth's petition calling for an independent investigation of the destroyed WTC towers.

But Gage holds his own, directing a few jabs back at Beam...

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UK newspaper: "9/11 Ten Years on dispelled ten years of fantasy"


With the advent of the internet conspiracy theories surrounding the 9/11 attacks have reached a larger audience than perhaps any other event and have raged on for nearly ten years.

The Conspiracy Files: Ten Years On aimed to put an end to this, detailing each preposterous theory and then shooting it down with fairly incontrovertible proof.

The error however was in entertaining the theories at all and the documentary lingered on each hypothesis for a little too long for no reason other than sheer sensationalism, adding legitimacy to a largely YouTube-based debate - an arena in which streams of Justin Bieber songs altered to sound as though they were performed by chipmunks can garner 47 million views.

All the classics were here; the exploding column supports on lower Twin Tower floors, the small hole made in the Pentagon wall, the debris found miles from the United 93 crash site.

Sherlock Holmes said that when you’ve eliminated the impossible whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth’ one conspiracy theorist informed us.

Australian Broadcasting Corporation's 'Radio National' does Hit Piece on 9/11 Truth Advocates

April 13, 2010
By John Bursill, Engineer, 9/11 Truth Advocate and Researcher

Original article: http://www.911truth.org/article.php?story=20100414044822427

On April 12th, 2010 ABC Radio National's "Counterpoint" host Michael Duffy decided to weigh in on the truth of the 9/11 events. In this clearly biased and ludicrous attack on those who would question the still unexplained events of September 11, 2001, Duffy demonstrated he has done little research into the matter. Seemingly, he has decided research is neither warranted nor required to make wild assumptions about and apply derogatory labels to 9/11 researchers and their questions.