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BISAC: History / Essays
This book is a collection of essays, articles and letters that represent a kind of diary of the author’s journey to discover the grizzly truth about the destruction of the WTC on 911. It’s a “warts and all” picture of how research has been steered and perception managed. The style and content is not for everyone – as the conclusions drawn reach far beyond what most people want to think about.
You will learn how the WTC was destroyed and you will learn about the enormous yet often subtle cover up of the evidence pertaining to this event. The information revealed is the kind which can end careers, break up friendships and relationships, but also be liberating and enlightening.
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