New Video–September 11 Revisited

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February 26, 2006

Originally put together as a project to present questions about 9/11 to his family and friends, Dustin Mugford may have unwittingly produced one of the most valuable contributions to the 9/11 video library to date. “September 11 Revisited” is a powerful documentary which “features eyewitness accounts and news footage that was shot on September 11, 2001 and was never replayed again on television…until now.” Also included are excerpts from David Ray Griffin’s Madison, Wisconsin speech which was broadcast on C-Span2, a local TV interview with BYU physics professor Steven E. Jones, and a short presentation from “9/11: Confronting the Evidence,” by MIT engineer Jeff King. This film provides stunning evidence that pre-planted explosives were used in the complete demolition of the WTC twin towers and WTC 7.

To order the DVD, see www.911revisited.com.

David Griffin commented, “Here’s new video, which probably provides the best case yet of this type for the controlled demolition of the WTC.”

Of related interest is David Ray Griffin’s article entitled, “Explosive Testimony: Revelations about the Twin Towers in the 9/11 Oral Histories“.

 

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