9/11 Contradictions: An Open Letter to Congress and the Press

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Olive Branch Press, 2008 - Political Science - 346 pages
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In 9/11 Contradictions, David Ray Griffin shows that the official story about 9/11 is riddled with internal contradictions. Two contradictory statements cannot both be true. These contradictions show, therefore, that individuals and agencies articulating the official story of 9/11 have made many false statements. Congress and the press clearly should ask which of the contradictory statements are false and why they were made. This book is purely factual, simply laying out the fact that these internal contradictions exist. As such, the book contains no theory. Politicians and journalists who deal with the issues raised herein, therefore, will not be giving credence to some "conspiracy theory" about 9/11. They will simply be carrying out their duty to ask why the official story about 9/11, arguably the most fateful event of our time, is riddled with so many contradictions.

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Mohammad Atta never consumed alcohol that evening, only cranberry juice. The names, pictures, cameras became so overwhelming for me me on the 11th. Ironic the FBI shows up to my place with his passport picture just a few hours after the event as well as as Al Shehi? Including address 2 blocks from the restaurant. The same evening? And no one new? really??? Seemed to mo as an excuse to start smoothing much larger. Tony Amos 

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David Ray Griffin is emeritus professor of philosophy of religion and theology at Claremont School of Theology and Claremont Graduate University.

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