A.K. Dewdney

911's Canadian Crusaders

From http://backofthebook.ca/features/911-crusaders/

"As an international movement questioning the official story of 9/11 continues to grow, these Canadians are at the forefront." By R.D. Loyd

The subject of what really happened on 9/11 remains taboo in the mainstream media, particularly in the United States. 9/11 is too tragic an event; it is too close to home, an agonizing wound that still, literally, lies exposed in the center of lower Manhattan.

To question the Bush administration’s explanation of 9/11 in America, regardless of any glaring anomalies in the official story, is tantamount to heresy or treason in the established media arenas. For a long time now, anyone who publicly questions the official 9/11 investigation is more than likely labeled a conspiracy theorist, a lunatic, and a nut case. Yet slowly, over time, we are beginning to hear the voices of a few journalists on the American airwaves asking questions about the events of September 11, 2001.

Scientist A.K. Dewdney, Activist-Author James Douglass on Dynamic Duo Today

Today's 11th-of-the-month show features two extraordinary people. Scientist-prodigy A.K. Dewdney's Project Achilles experiments debunked the official account of cell phone calls from hijacked aircraft on 9/11--and now the FBI has admitted some cell phone calls never happened. See chapter 17 in David Griffin's "9/11 Contradictions."

Jim Douglass's brand-new book "JFK and the Unspeakable" is extraordinary. If you had to read just one book on JFK, this is it. It tells the gripping story about how the same forces that brought us 9/11 killed JFK--and for the same reason. Both crimes were committed to prevent peace from breaking out. Both took the world off a path toward peace, and onto a path that threatens human survival. The only difference is that we have survived more than 40 years without full public exposure of the truth behind JFK's death--but we won't survive without 9/11 truth.

Jim hasn't said anything publicly about 9/11 yet, as far as I can tell--let's see what he has to say today.