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A skeptic of the official narrative of the September 11th attacks has produced a remarkable film which gathers an impressive array of source material regarding the collapses of the World Trade Center Buildings and presents the material in a cohesive and devastating manner.

I call the video compilation a film because the producer, “Dem Bruce Lee Styles”, has obviously spent a great deal of time editing, compressing and uncompressing online video material, and fusing it with some of the most up-to-date information regarding the alarming hypothesis that the World Trade Center was brought down with the aid of controlled demolition.


   

“What’s the Truth?: How Indeed Did the Twin Towers Collapse?” starts off by asking if the Neoconservative funhouse that we all live in right now could have gotten off the ground without 9/11.

(Good question, BTW. For a more detailed exploration of that particular question, I direct your attention to the not-for-profit film, Everybody’s Gotta Learn Sometime.)

“What’s the Truth?” presents witness after witness detailing secondary explosions going off on several different floors in the WTC buildings after the planes have struck. Almost all of the witness testimony was captured by mainstream media sources the day of 9/11. The one exception is the testimony of William Rodriguez, who recounts his experience with an explosion before the first plane hit.

Also, multiple quotations from firefighters and emergency workers who were at the scene, (backing up the testimony of explosions), are overlayed on video sequences depicting various angles of the collapsing buildings… the effect is jarring.

Following the multiple first-hand accounts of explosions are lengthy sequences of BYU Physics Professor Steven E. Jones, David Griffin, and Col. Robert Bowman* as they all make their cases arguing against the official story.

Also included is abundant footage of controlled demolitions, diagrams depicting known demo approaches, all the publicly available angles of the collapse of WTC7, testimony from the family of 9/11 victims demanding more answers, all edited together and accented with a few tasteful, musical samples.

It’s impressive.

Best of all, it’s free.

You can download a high-resolution version here.

Podcast-sized version here

Further reference about the failure of the 9/11 Commission: The 9/11 Commission Report One Year Later...

* Bowman is a Democrat, running for Congress in Florida's 15th.

Originally posted to reprehensor on Fri Jun 16, 2006 at 07:48 AM PDT.

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