history channel hit piece

Muddying the Waters

The History Channel's mockumentary "9/11 Conspiracies -- Fact or Fiction?" puts me in the mind of the old Camp Chaos cartoon "MP3 Music -- Good or Goblin?" Somebody high up in the History Channel's chain of command was ordered to or decided that something had to be done to muddy the waters of debate or at least make a gesture of superiority toward the already maligned "conspiracy" movement. The condescending tone of the hit piece reflected a growing anxiety in the mainstream press about the fact that this old story won't go away quickly. ("For your amusement, here are some conspiracy wackos, followed by the opinions of experts who dismiss their claims.")

History channel Footage DEBUNKS Themselves

In short, Never hath I seen such a biased and incomplete piece.One major flaw that should be obvious is the statement by Matthys Levy, (co-author of Why buildings Fall Down), a so-called popular mechanics expert. He states in their film,

" As the debris flew through the building at almost 500 mph it caused equivalent to sandblasting all the steel.
So all the fireproofing came off and that meant that the steel was naked, it would have been subject to the fire."


I have him, Matthys Levy, in my documentary,(http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2147329422984355159); a scene that originally aired on the discovery channel, saying the wtc's were controlled demolition. The scene is the very first scene. Please watch for exact words.

He debunks himself as being an expert !! No credibility here.