February 24, 2010
The Washington Times

Inside the Beltway: Explosive News

by Jennifer Harper

A lingering technical question about the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks still haunts some, and it has political implications: How did 200,000 tons of steel disintegrate and drop in 11 seconds? A thousand architects and engineers want to know, and are calling on Congress to order a new investigation into the destruction of the Twin Towers and Building 7 at the World Trade Center. . . .


9/11 Unveiled "What Really Happened on September 11, 2001," The Wisdom Fund, 2002--2010

Enver Masud, "9/11 'Mastermind': Dim Prospect For A Fair Trial," The Wisdom Fund, December 1, 2009

[The Washington Times is a newspaper that looks with favor upon the Bush/Cheney/Obama/neocon wars of aggression in the Middle East and favors making terrorists pay for 9/11. Therefore, I was surprised to learn on February 24 that the most popular story on the paper's website for the past three days was the "Inside the Beltway" report, "Explosive News," about the 31 press conferences in cities in the US and abroad on February 19 held by Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, an organization of professionals which now has 1,000 members.--Paul Craig Roberts, "The Road to Armageddon,", February 25, 2010]

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