Maybe Mark Ruffalo was right to question

The author speculates that although columnist Tom Fletcher is skeptical, many people do question the official 9/11 report.

Re: Attack of U.S. celebrities, Oct. 25 issue.

Dear Editor

Interesting to read Tom Fletcher wondering what the relatives of 9/11 victims would think about Mark Ruffalo questioning “the official 9/11 report”. In fact, hundreds of these survivors and family members have signed petitions asking for a new independent inquiry into 9/11 – www.patriotsquestion911.com/survivors.html

More interesting is that hundreds of Senior Military, Intelligence, Law Enforcement, and Government Officials, and thousands of professional engineers, architects, pilots and aviation specialists also want a new independent inquiry into 9/11.

Even guys like Fletcher and myself must wonder why:

(1) World Trade Center 7 (47 floors of structural steel) fell straight down at free fall speed with no structural resistance on 911 even though it was not hit by an airplane. The “official story” is that it collapsed due to burning office furnishings. www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZEvA8BCoBw ; www.ae911truth.org/

(2) Why, despite hundreds high-tech surveillance cameras surrounding the pentagon, hasn’t anyone seen a single picture of a 757 crashing in to it?

Obviously only professional Military and Intelligence officers, engineers, architects, pilots, and aviation specialists can reliably answer those questions and that’s what Fletcher and everyone else will see if they delve into this website http://patriotsquestion911.com/

Graham Gerry

Quesnel

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