“For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it might cost, I am willing to know the whole truth; to know.. it -- now.” Excerpt from Patrick Henry’s “Give me liberty or give me death” speech, misquoted by Steven E. Jones in “Answers to Questions and Objections”
Conspiracists, the evidence is before you, as it has been for years. Arguments from incredulity will never bolster your claims. You have a choice to make. You can draw conclusions by rationally reviewing all the available evidence, or you can continue making baseless, irresponsible, cruel accusations.
Which will it be?
Won’t it feel good to once again show respect for the people who would enter the maw of hell to save you? Do they deserve anything less?
Consider this: if you were falsely accused of a serious crime, wouldn’t you insist that rumor, innuendo, and pandering to fear be rejected as evidence against you?
If so, then hold yourselves to that standard and reject the fear-mongering and falsehoods of Alex Jones, Les Jamieson, Loose Change, Steven Jones, and others who disdain standards of evidence, expertise, and rational thought.
These “Truth Movement” leaders have become what they say they are fighting against: people who lie for political reasons.
– Mark Roberts
FDNY Ten House, across Liberty Street from the World Trade Center
FDNY Fatalities 9/11/01
NYPD Fatalities 9/11/01
Ground Zero, September 11, 2006
FDNY Counseling Services Unit http://www.nyc.gov/html/fdny/html/units/csu/index.shtml
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