On 9/11 Solicitor General Ted Olson reported getting two stunning phone calls from his wife, Barbara Olson of CNN, who was on the American Airlines plane allegedly headed for the Pentagon. Later, the heart-rending ‘let’s roll’ call came in from UA 93. Both American 77 and UA 93 were above 10,000 feet when the calls originated, and yet cellphone calls could not be made from that altitude at that time, before planes were equipped with WiFi systems. Additionally, during the back-seat call from Todd Beamer to Verizon telephone supervisor Lisa Jefferson, he declined to talk to his wife. His line remained open for 15 minutes after the crash, and the Verizon wireless record shows that 19 calls were made from it after the plane had gone down.
There remain many unanswered questions about 911, and a new report has surfaced suggesting that Osama bin Laden and his number 2 Al Qaeda commander Ayman al-Zawahiri worked with secret NATO forces for 3 months after 911 to sow discord and upheaval in the Caucasus. The claim is being made by Sibil Edmonds, who Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg has claimed has "information far more explosive than the Pentagon Papers."
On February 25, in a small town in the UK, three hours of detailed 9/11 evidence will be judged in a court of law. The BBC will be challenged over the inaccurate and biased manner in which it reported the events and evidence of 9/11.
This isn’t about their news reporting, it’s about two documentaries they’ve shown in the last 16 months on British TV, professing to tell the truth (but actually peddling disinformation).
Researcher André Rousseau, an expert on acoustic waves, says that his investigations of the seismic waves recorded on September 11, 2001 in the Palisades, over 20 miles away from the WTC site, and published by the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, prove that the 3 Twin Towers buildings were brought down by controlled demolition, not by airplanes (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to these incredible shows).