Saturday, September 02, 2006


Orange County Register runs story by NY Times...

In Saturday's edition of the Orange County Register, a story originally from the NY Times ran about 9/11. The article focused on NIST's findings and how they "counter theories about a U.S. role in the World Trade Center attacks". A recent poll by Scripps Survey Research Center at Ohio University found that 36% of those surveyed said the federal government either took part in the attacks or allowed them to happen. Now that awareness and support is growing for a new investigation into 9/11, articles like this are beginning to appear. The story spends most of its words addressing how improbable any demolition type assisted collapse could be, but fails to counter any of the key points of that hypothesis. Most alarmingly, there is not one mention of the wtc building 7 collapse! The importance of this omission is key, because the 6.5 second free fall of this building on 9/11 which was not hit by any plane is often the cornerstone for questioning the government account of 9/11. The failure to mention wtc building 7 in the article prevents people from gaining awareness of this huge anomaly for which even the FEMA report offered no definitive conclusion.

This is so important! Please keep posting updates here at this website. For one thing, there's a public screening of the film _911 Mysteries_ on Wed., Nov. 29, at 6:30 PM, in Thousand Oaks, at the Thousand Oaks Public Library.

Kim Salisbury
La Mirada
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