Hartwell puts into regular-sized font all of his work on the subject of 9/11. You will receive the following:
Part One - "Indictment of Conspiracy," a chapter from his book "Dead Men Talking: Consequences of Government Lies." Hartwell identifies many of the perpetrators of the crimes of 9/11 and states what they did and with whom they did it.
Part Two - the entire best-selling book "Planes without Passengers: the Faked Hijackings of 9/11." Hartwell gives a compelling hypothesis, backed by fact and circumstantial evidence, that the plotters used planes and passengers as props to simulate hijackings and to misdirect the investigation.
Part Three - a series of essays on the topic of 9/11 going back to Hartwell's writings from 2005 to the present. Among them is "If a Good Man Would Have Talked: the Grand Jury Testimony of Colin Powell," a fictional hearing in which the reader learns the group of people behind the whole crimes.
Another essay, "Osama bin Laden Had Nothing to Do with 9/11" is a timely and well-reasoned argument that the United States used bin Laden, first as a partner in fighting the old Soviet Union in Afghanistan, and then as a scapegoat for the events of 9/11.
Readers can also get a sense not only of what really happened on September 11, 2001 but how the event was planned and intended to be carried out. A good essay for this concept is "How the Plotters Scripted 9/11."
The brand-new Afterword tells how we, the public, become so easily misled by what our leaders and by what the media explain to us about events like 9/11. Hartwell demonstrates that this tragedy was planned well in advance and had as its foreshadowing events that took place in Iran and other parts of the Middle East over thirty years ago!