14
Apr
2005

We're all paranoid

Sure, the people with the 9/11 conspiracy theories are a little odd. But not everything they're saying is entirely crazy.

By Steven T. Jones

San Francisco Bay Guardian

[Note: This article has been changed from the print version to correct and update information about terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui.]

THE GRAND LAKE Theater in Oakland was filled almost to capacity March 10, just as the Guild Theatre in Menlo Park was the night before and the Herbst Theatre in San Francisco would be the next night, all for a documentary with bad production values and even worse leaps of logic.

This was the local premiere of The Great Conspiracy: The 9/11 News Special You Never Saw, a benefit screening for the Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance, whose activists have been laboring for more than three years to dispel popular belief in the government's version of the events on that fateful day. [...]

Yet the most disturbing thing about the 9/11 truth movement, something you learn when you really dissect their most compelling evidence, is that the activists are raising critically important questions about the Bush administration's lies, cover-ups, and geopolitical strategy – questions that are being almost entirely ignored by the mainstream media.

And they may well be right that more went down on 9/11 than the government wants us to know. [...] Read the rest at the SanFrancisco Bay Guardian: //www.sfbg.com/39/25/cover_conspiracy.html or at the 911Truth.org web site, where they have this introduction to the San Franciso Bay Guardian news story: Breakthrough moment! The intrepid San Francisco Bay Guardian FINALLY wades into the 9/11 fray. City editor Jones adroitly covers his "respectable journalist" ass with careful research and distanced language, but he also lays out the 9/11 truth movement's official complicity case with admirable clarity and verve. - Ed. //911truth.org/article.php?story=2005032321332746 or //tinyurl.com/583gv


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