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Interview with Mike Williams of 911myths.com

"Former conspiracy believer here"

My announcement of 9/11 activism: "Loose Change: I'm sick about this."

What is your 9/11 Expertise? - JREF Forum members weigh in. 

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Sander Hicks is for the truth?

Korey Rowe desertion arrest

Truthers at Ground Zero 9/11/07

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Polls
CBS Angus Reid Poll 2006 28% say administration mostly lying about 9/11, 69% say telling the truth/mostly telling the truth

Zogby Poll: 4.8% of U.S. "likely voters" believe the U.S. government orchestrated the 9/11 attacks. Who are they? ("The biggest factor appears to be income, with those making less than $25,000 per year far more likely than any other group to be MIHOP (15.1%)."  See poll here (pdf).

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False alarms/threats reported on 9/11

PNAC closes / 1998 letter: oust Hussein 

Scroll down for links to WTC conspiracy theories 

A critical review of WTC "No Plane" theories (Eric Salter)

Rumsfeld on $2.3 trillion "missing"

Marvin Bush Stratasec board of directors until June, 2000 source 

A new debunk of the Scott Forbes WTC "power down" - JREF Forum 

Scott Forbes "Powerdown" unconfirmed 

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Bush and the pet goat
While I'm no fan of George W. Bush, I've always thought the criticisms of his seven minutes of inactivity after hearing the news of the second aircraft strike on the WTC were overly harsh. Certainly, that inactivity isn't an indication of a conspiracy at work, as come conspiracists claim. These examples of similar behavior as a crisis unfolds make Bush's "deer in the headlights" look seem not as surprising.
As an article in The Washington Times points out, Mr. Kerry’s reaction to the attacks of Sept. 11 wasn’t exactly the stuff of the Minutemen. Mr. Kerry told “Larry King Live” that on the morning of Sept. 11 nearly three years ago, he “sat stunned and unable to think for more than 30 minutes in the Capitol until he and other senators were whisked out of the building to safety,” the Times reports.

...No wonder my mother was a little breathless on the telephone. “Listen to this,” she said, preparing me for a snippet from a tome by the popular, late and liberal historian William Manchester. It describes Franklin D. Roosevelt’s initial reaction to news of the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, that devastated the American fleet, killing 2,403 soldiers, sailors and civilians.

After calling the secretary of state, Manchester writes, “the President of the United States did nothing for 18 minutes.” Source

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Other conspiracy theories often raised by 9/11 conspiracists

The Gulf of Tonkin Incident, 40 Years Later

gumboot on Gulf of Tonkin incident and real "false flag" operations

JFK zapruder footage stabilized

JFK assassination research– McAdams

Answers to "Pearl Harbor was an inside job" conspiracy theories

1995 Oklahoma City Bombing Links