Feb 242013

“9/11: The Conspiracy Files,” The BBC Joins the Ranks of the Untrustworthy United States Media
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By Debbie Lewis

Global Research, February 24, 2013

24 February 2007

More than five years after the disaster of September 11, 2001, England’s BBC stepped into the ring of media outlets airing programs about the tragedy that is now referred to as “9/11” on February 18, 2007. The program, entitled “9/11: The Conspiracy Files,” took the time to interview some well-known Americans on both sides of the 9/11 argument. The hour-long program looked as if it might reveal something worthwhile, for about nine minutes. Guests like the outspoken Alex Jones, 911 Scholars for Truth Co-Founder Dr. Jim Fetzer, and Loose Change producer Dylan Avery actually got to make several excellent points before the real conspiracy was revealed.

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  One Response to ““9/11: The Conspiracy Files,” The BBC Joins the Ranks of the Untrustworthy United States Media”

  1. I am praying the Horsham case goes ahead unimpeded tomorrow.

    This story is very timely for the official narrative as it appears in the http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2282251/Three-British-Muslims-guilty-plotting-7-7-terrorist-attack-team-8-suicide-bombers.html

    Here is what former South Yorkshire Police’s Principal Intelligence Analyst, Tony Farrell, says about the so called threat of islamofacism in the UK. Tony Farrell was dismissed from duty because his own strategic threat assessment on UK terrorism did not match the government’s narrative, particularly regarding the 7-7 Bombings in 2005).