"If you are a person who wants to continue your study of 9-11 and get closer to the truth, you should have this book."
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Was 9/11 a Movie? New book from the Author of Planes without Passengers answers 9/11's Most Difficult Questions
I write this book to undo misinformation and misquotes. I aim to re-frame the investigation so as to dismantle presumptions that have been previously made and point out what questions should have been asked all along.
I write this book to give those, like me, who have questioned conventional wisdom, a place to rest, away from the largely uneducated debate that has predominated the discussion of this topic.
I write this book to maintain an open mind on my work by understanding that true research is ongoing. Over time, I have discarded my original presumptions because the evidence I learned far outweighed the old belief and publishing it keeps my ideas transparent.
I write this book to recognize that mistakes that I and others have made no longer bother me. My theory of 9/11 must change when I realize these mistakes and sharing not just what I have learned and how I have learned it is important to me.
I write this book to document my new findings and to further detail what I continue to believe. I have gathered information from different sources and put them all into one place here.
I write this book to challenge critics to cross-examine what I have to say.
I write this book for my longtime readers. Those who have read extensively about the events of 9/11 and those who are new to this topic will learn something from these pages.
From the Upcoming Book "Was 9/11 a Movie?"
"Spectacular actual demolitions of three towers of the World Trade Center, great special effects like fake planes and false images of jumpers and the mediocre but passable acting of the phone callers and phone recipients convince the public that a terrorist attack has taken the lives of about 3,000 people."
How did the author come to this conclusion? Read the book - due out soon!
Eyewitness to United 93 Misquoted
Then-New York Giant football player Clayton White, according to a newspaper report that can no longer be accessed on the Internet, made a comment about United 93 passengers boarding their plane on the tarmac on which his team’s plane landed on September 11, 2001. Or so I thought.
He had reportedly made the comment about two weeks later in response to a flight attendant telling him on a subsequent flight into Newark that United 93 took off from that point on September 11. He was shocked and stated that he remembered seeing people board the plane from the tarmac.
But hold the presses! I reached now-Coach Clayton White of North Carolina State’s football team by telephone on May 25, 2015. He explained to me that “[the writer] didn’t have a picture of what I was talking about.” When his team flew on a plane two weeks later to Kansas City, he related, it was the first time they had flown since September 11 and the topic came up.
“The Giants charter plane had the same stewardess on all away games.” She told him on the Kansas City flight that Flight 93 had been “right beside” their charter plane on 9/11.
White went on to emphasize that he never saw the flight’s passengers.
Victor Thorn cites Dean Hartwell in a recent essay about British Broadcasting Corporation foreknowledge of 9/11. Read Thorn's coverage of a lawsuit in the United Kingdom which centered around an announcement BBC reporter Jane Standley (pictured above) made on September 11, 2001 prematurely announcing the fall of World Trade Center 7!
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Reaction to Questions I Wasn't Supposed to Ask
Read the review of Questions by author David Wayne:
"If you Question Authority, you definitely want to read "Questions I Wasn't Supposed To Ask..."
Hear what radio host Chuck Ochelli has to say:
"... I am going to suggest that anybody listening to me goes out and gets themselves a copy of this book..."
Consider the author's own thoughts about why he wrote it:
"This is what I would say to my children if I had any."
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From Saturday, January 3, 2015
Chuck Ochelli begins to talk about Questions I Wasn't Supposed to Ask at around the 5:20 mark. Buy "Questions I Wasn't Supposed to Ask" HERE!
Dean Hartwell keeps pursuing the truth about those who govern us.