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As some here know and as my moniker indeed suggests, I -- a sober, middle-aged lawyer, family guy, and native New Yorker -- am one of those troubling persons who feels convinced that the Official Story of the 9-11 attacks is a huge lie; that the attacks were permitted to happen by BushCo or, even more likely, actively sponsored, planned and abetted by them, and that, accordingly, we are in much deeper doo-doo than we had imagined.

Now, ye scoffers, it seems that even FOX is taking up the tinfoil.  More onna flip.

A few months back, I saw a very compelling video about 9-11 made by a young man I understand lives in the DC area, one Dylan Avery.  The title was "Loose Change."

Last night, or it may have been the night before, serious 9-11 skepticism made (unless you count the two airings of a speech by David Ray Griffin on C-Span a few months back) its first real penetration into the MSM with a 5-minute spot on WICZ-10, the Fox affiliate (!) in Binghamton, New York.

"Loose Change" is now in a second edition.  I have not seen it, but my fellow tinfoil types assure me it's stronger than the original version.

The local Fox station, to the astonishment of all, did NOT trash or deride the young people behind "Loose Change."  It played clips of it, and treated it in a, uh, Fair and Balanced way.  Imagine!

I'm old, which is to say ignorant of how one imbeds links here, but let me suggest that all who love their country view the Fox piece, and check out "Loose Change," and draw yer own conclusions.  Here's the link:

Originally posted to proudtinfoilhat on Fri Dec 02, 2005 at 11:10 AM PST.


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