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Colorado PBS Airs 9/11 Documentary Sponsored by 9/11 Families: Experts Reject Official Story, Give Proof of Demolition.

Updated on January 10, 2016

Colorado PBS is running the new documentary by 1700 Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, entitled "9/11: Explosive Evidence - Experts Speak Out." The film is sponsored by family members of 9/11 victims, who have started a petition asking President Obama to watch the film. The 90 minute documentary has risen to the "Most Watched" list at the national PBS website. It can be viewed in full online at PBS HERE.

The documentary is narrated by Richard Gage of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, and features scientists, engineers, physicists, chemists, metallurgists, demolitions experts and other experts in relevant fields. The experts maintain that the official explanation of how the Twin Towers and WTC 7 disappeared from the New York City skyline in a matter of seconds, is physically impossible.

The documentary stops short of suggesting any motive behind what would amount to an internal coup over elements of the US government. Former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury under President Ronald Reagan, Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, in his July 4th, 2012 essay "Can Americans Escape the Deception?' has written that 9/11 was "likely":

"a false flag event designed to provide the neoconservatives with their “new Pearl Harbor” in order to launch Washington’s Wars of Hegemony in the Middle East..."

"New Pearl Harbor" refers to is a phrase used in a document published by the conservative think tank Project for a New American Century, entitled "Rebuilding America's Defenses." A "false flag event" is an attack staged to rally a nation to war. Historical examples include the Gulf of Tonkin and the German Reichstag Fire.

Dr. Roberts is a former editor of the Wall Street Journal and the National Review. He has held the William E. Simon Chair for Economic Policy at the Center for Strategic and International Studies at Georgetown University, and is a Distinguished Fellow at the Cato Institute and a Senior Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution.

In the run-up to the invasion of Iraq, President George W. Bush repeatedly suggested that Saddam Hussein was in some way responsible for 9/11, although US intelligence had concluded that he was not. On September 25, 2002 Bush said: "You can't distinguish between Al Qaeda and Saddam when you talk about the war on terror. They're equally as bad. They work in concert." And on May 2, 2003, in the famous "Mission Accomplished" speech aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln, two months after the invasion of Iraq, Bush said of the 9/11 attacks:

"With those attacks, the terrorists and their supporters declared war on the United States. And war is what they got."

The experts in the film maintain that the Twin Towers and Building 7 could not have collapsed on themselves at virtual free-fall speeds in accordance with the government's proposed sequence of events, which can never be tested since crucial evidence - 99.5% of the structural steel - was immediately shipped to China, India, and other countries for melting. The experts present evidence of conventional and unconventional explosives which was never investigated by the government.

The film ends with a segment of psychologists and psychiatrists who address the question of the human capacity to deny a proposition in the face of overwhelming evidence that it is true. One doctor speaks in terms of a frightening but necessary process.

Supporters of the film are urging pubic television viewers to ask their local stations to air the documentary.

Watch 90 minute documentary at Colorado PBS online HERE.(Includes special guest Richard Gage in PBS studios.)

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