Rescue Me

To our friends and supporters ...

Another year has passed, and we find ourselves reflecting on the events of September 11th, 2001. Throughout this past year, large strides have been made in the Movement's efforts to bring both closure and much-needed answers surrounding that day to all of those that were affected. The year 2009 brings a new version of our film: Loose Change 9/11 - An American Coup, narrated by Daniel Sunjata. Sunjata’s participation in American Coup provides not just a new voice for the film, but also establishes him as a strong and unwavering spokesperson for the 9/11 Truth Movement, who has even gone so far as to defend his beliefs as the character Franco in the fifth season of FX’s Rescue Me.

911 Truth Rescue Me- Daniel Sunjata

911 Truth Rescue Me- Daniel Sunjata

D.S. is HOT!



Daniel Sunjata interviewed by Eric Deggans, media critic of the St. Petersburg Times.

The interview appears on on his blog entitled "The Feed." 4/6/09

April 06, 2009

Lemonade from lemons: How Rescue Me producers turned Daniel Sunjata's
wild-eyed 9/11 conspiracy thoeries into compelling drama

It was an uncomfortable moment, even for guys who make a living spinning tough drama out of fart jokes and sex talk. But when critics asked the minds behind FX's blockbuster firefighter drama Rescue Me about the inspiration for a storyline where one of the guys insists the 9/11 terrorist attacks was an inside job, they simply pointed to castmember Daniel Sunjata. That's because Sunjata, a buff, accomplished actor who has played everyone from Reggie Jackson to Langston Hughes, actually believes a faction in the American government pulled off the attack.

Make Sure To Watch This Season Of FX's "Rescue Me"

Thank you to the producers, the cast, and crew. A special thanks to Daniel Sunjata for what will most assuredly be as it says in the picture, "an interesting season."

Bringing attention to the issue of 9/11 Truth is very simply, the right thing to do.

Fox host: People who question 9/11 are 'mentally ill'

Fox host: 9/11 truthers are 'mentally ill'
David Edwards and Stephen C. Webster - Thursday February 5, 2009

When the New York Times explored the political beliefs of Daniel Sunjata, an actor on the FX network's show "Rescue Me," it was under the banner of a "sinister theory."

The "sinister theory" that a group of neoconservative politicians may have colluded to allow, or bring about, the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

On Thursday's Fox and Friends, Greg Gutfield, provocative host of Fox's late night program Red Eye, called individuals like Sunjata, who question the events of 9/11, "mentally ill."

Fox News commentator says David Sunjata "would make an awesome Nazi",2933,487906,00.html

'Rescue Me' From 9/11 Conspiracy Theories

Wednesday, February 04, 2009
By Greg Gutfeld

An upcoming episode of the drama "Rescue Me" is about 9/11 being an inside job. The actor who spews the theories on camera, Daniel Sunjata, actually believes in it too. "They're not discussed a lot in the press," Sunjata says of the theories, in between eating his own hair.

But, that's not what chaps my chaps.

I just hate how the media treats those who spout such theories as risk-takers — when they're really just cowards.

Peter Tolan, the show's producer, defends Sunjata as "well read" and thinks it's great that "he's passionate about it." I guess if you feel strongly about something, then it's OK if you're wrong. See Mark David Chapman.

Look, the fact is, actors who barf this crap are doing it for their own egos. It makes them feel smart, because for once they're spouting something provocative instead of puerile. Never mind that it's an insidious insult to the victims of 9/11 — as it is to the rest of us, who may or may not be guilty, according to Sunjata's theory.

Episode of Rescue Me features "9/11 was an inside job" monologue

The second episode of season 5 of Rescue Me includes a monologue by a prominent character who believes 9/11 was an "inside job." The character happens to be played by Daniel Sunjata, who also believes 9/11 was an inside job.

Video from the show and from an interview with Sunjata is available here:

In part, Sunjata's character says the following:

"9/11? Inside job. Plain and simple. And all you gotta do is connect the dots. ... I am talking about a massive neoconservative government effort, been in the works 20 years. Ever heard of PNAC? Project for a New American Century? According to them, the end goal of their effort is American global domination. Full spectrum dominance, they call it. Now, first question that pops into my mind is: How do you pull that off in this day and age?"

The trade publication Variety has also picked up the story.