9/11: The Big Lie

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Carnot Pub., Aug 1, 2002 - History - 235 pages
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An attentive observer of international affairs Thierry Meyssan was intrigued by the anomalies in the first photographs released of the attack on the Pentagon, then by the confusion and contradictions in official statements including those about events at the World Trade Center. He thus carried out his own investigation which led him from surprise to surprise, each more astonishing and terrifying than the last. Although widely criticized when it first appeared, his book nevertheless went on France's bestseller list in its second week and became the highest-grossing book in a single week in Europe ever. With over half a million copies in print, it has been translated into 18 languages and become an international bestseller.

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Therry Meyssan is long-time analyst and observer of international affairs. After completing studies in political science and theology, Meyssan worked in defense of civil liberties for several organizations in France. In 1994, he started Reseau Voltaire (the Voltaire Network), a respected French political think tank whose left-of-center research projects have been considered serious and credible. Its website (www.reseauvoltaire.net) has sought to disseminate information on specific causes. Countering homophobia and the dangers of the far-right National Front are among the issues highlighted there.