New Documentary Takes a Look at the 9/11 Truth Movement

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September 10, 2008

New Documentary Takes a Look at the 9/11 Truth Movement

On the anniversary of the attacks of September 11th, British filmmaker Dean
Puckett releases “The Elephant in the Room,” a new award-winning film
documenting his journey into the 9/11 Truth Movement.

Los Angeles September 10, 2008 — On the anniversary of the attacks of September
11th, British filmmaker Dean Puckett releases “The Elephant in the Room,”
a new award-winning film documenting his journey into the 9/11 Truth Movement.

The Movement can best be described as a group of citizen activists from around
the world who don’t believe the U.S. government’s explanation of what happened
on September 11th. While there are a growing number of law enforcement personnel,
pilots, architects, engineers, and scientists joining the ranks, they have been
called everything from ‘patriots’ to ‘conspiracy theorists’ – with some right
wing talk show hosts going so far as to call them ‘jihadists.’

But In the documentary, “The Elephant in the Room”, the viewer is
introduced to folks who aren’t as dangerous as some would believe. They just
happen to be average citizens asking some very simple questions.

The film features interviews with numerous 9/11 Truth activists including Former
Georgia Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney (who is currently running for President)
and William Rodriguez, a janitor of 20 years at the World Trade Center, who
testified that he heard and felt explosions in his building before it was hit
by a plane. Also in the film is Richard Gage, a San Francisco based architect
with experience in steel framed, high-rise buildings. He claims that the WTC
towers could not have come down without help.

The filmmaker also travels to New York City to meet 9/11 first responders who
are suffering from various life-threatening illnesses due to breathing the toxic
dust at Ground Zero. Few people realize that when the buildings came down, the
cement was turned into dust resembling talcum powder. Rescue dogs died within
days and now the responders are meeting the same fate, but with little help
from the government.

Winner of the Best Documentary at the 2008 London Independent Film Festival,
“The Elephant in the Room” is now available on DVD at http://www.nosmokewithoutfire.co.uk/buy.htm.
What’s the best part? The filmmaker is giving the public permission to make
as many copies as they like to distribute freely to family and friends. For
more information or to watch it online for FREE log on to the film’s official
website at http://www.nosmokewithoutfire.co.uk

About the Filmmaker: Dean Puckett has directed over seven short films, produced
two independent feature films and worked on several commercial and charity projects.
For the award-winning feature length documentary ‘The Elephant in the Room’,
he wore many hats as the film’s director, producer, editor and cameraman.

All media inquiries should contact Dead Dean Films at (+44) 7709 443 794 or
dean@nosmokewithoutfire.co.uk

Distributed by Good Karma Productions goodkarma@goodkarmapr.com

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