9/11 Police unawareness

AN HOUR WITH MY LOCAL POLICE CHIEF & WTC 7 by Tony Rooke

Early last month I was invited to attend my local Police Station to discuss all things 9/11 with the District Commander. To be honest, for too long now I never believed I‘d have written that last sentence and know it to be a reality. But meet me she did. Not only that, I was permitted to bring along 9/11 victim family member, Matt Campbell, top UK author on the attacks, Ian Henshall, and highly experienced fire fighter and credentialed engineer, Adrian Mallett. To the Commander’s credit, she faced us alone.

Why I was granted such an audience is a little baffling. The ‘BBC v 9/11 Truth’ Court Case in which I’d been defendant, whilst it had garnered some mainstream and local publicity, had hardly rocked the establishment nor threatened to topple any Superpowers. I’m hoping it was all prompted by a previous conversation I’d had with a Police Sergeant based at the same station, to whom I’d given a brief overview of Operations ‘Northwoods’ and ‘Gladio’. He’d never heard of them…