Thursday, September 07, 2006
9/11 at 5
Questioning documentary marks solemn anniversary
By MATT COKER
Thursday, September 7, 2006
Warning: do not turn on the TV news on Monday if you do not want to be reminded—constantly, breathlessly, relentlessly—of that dreary day five years ago when everything changed: Sept. 11, 2001.
Then again, should you crave a different spin than that spoon-fed by the corporate media, head to Huntington Beach for a screening of 9/11 Revisited: Keeping Up With Jones, which details Brigham Young physics professor Steven Jones’ contention that jetliners alone could not have toppled the World Trade Center buildings.
This is the third monthly summer screening by those 9/11 Truth boys of Huntington Beach, Aaron Haley and Joe Dunlap (see “Let’s Roll Film,” July 28), and the second straight time they have shown Jones, which they created using various news clips, audio files and a speech by the professor carried on C-SPAN.