Jon Gold’s C-SPAN Collection

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Jon Gold

For the last year or so, one of my “pet projects” has been to search the video archives of C-SPAN for statements made about different people, different events, and make short movies out of them. They cover a multitude of topics, including NORAD’s response, Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, the Israeli Art Students, Saudi Arabia, and many others. Here is my C-SPAN Movie Collection, in the order they were created.

Praise For The 9/11 Report

 

Kristen Breitweiser’s Testimony Before The Joint Congressional Inquiry Into 9/11 – 9/18/2002

People Need To Be Held Accountable For 9/11

Opening Statement Of Eleanor Hill At The Joint Congressional Inquiry Into 9/11 – 9/18/2002

Are There Any Unanswered Questions About 9/11?

A Failure Of Imagination

Israeli Art Students

28 Redacted Pages

No Air Response, No Truth, No Accountability

An Interesting Account Of Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh

Osama Bin Laden’s Death Changes Nothing

George Tenet & The CIA

Why Not Tie 9/11 To Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh?

The “Visa Express” Program

Harry Samit, Dave Frasca, Michael Maltbie

Publicly, Separately, Under Oath, Accountable For Lies

The Families Had To Fight…

A Good Question

Yes, They Could And Would Hurt Americans

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