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Open Letter to the Denver Post

Open Letter to the Denver Post


To Mr. Dan Haley October 8, 2009
Denver Post Editorial Page Editor

Since we have not heard back from you after sending this letter, and after several phone calls to which you have not responded, we have chosen to publish our letter as an open letter.

You are the person who chooses which editorials are printed in the Denver Post, thus we write with the following observation, complaint, and request for a face-to-face discussion:

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Doesn't Know About Gulf on Tonkin Incident, Attacks 9/11 Truth

Conspiracy buffs dispute motives, causes of attacks
By Robin Acton
Sunday, September 9, 2007

Somerset County Coroner Wally Miller has no time or patience to talk about conspiracy theories linked to the crash of United Airlines Flight 93 during the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.

Six years later, he's furious about lingering suggestions that Air Force fighter jets shot the plane from the sky, leaving a trail of debris and human remains over the fields surrounding Shanksville and into nearby Indian Lake.

"The plane crashed. People died. There was debris in Indian Lake. There were no human remains in Indian Lake," Miller said. "I'm not going to get into any conspiracy theories."

Although voluminous evidence exists that proves Islamic hijackers plotted and carried out the Sept. 11 attacks, numerous myths continue to find an audience among people who insist Americans are being denied the truth about what really happened that day in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania.

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