Wants 'Chronicle' to Report on 9/11 'Truth'

RECEIVED Mon., July 31, 2006

Dear Editor,
    Recently C-SPAN aired portions of a 9/11 truth conference on the show American Perspectives. This major media coverage was a historic event, though the rest of the media has continued their deplorable silence. The evidence that was presented by the various scholars, scientists, and government officials, among others, must no longer be ignored by the American press, especially here in Austin. The growing 9/11 truth movement has strong roots in Austin, much thanks to filmmaker and Austin public-access show and radio talk show host Alex Jones. Alex Jones' new documentary Terror Storm will be playing at the Alamo Drafthouse South in early September. This film is an excellent documentary that tells the truth of what really happened on 9/11 as well as truth of historical state-sponsored terrorism. Also, the Austin Citizens for 9/11 Truth group is sponsoring a free lecture by Scholars for 9/11 Truth member Davidson Loehr on Wednesday, Aug. 2, at the First Unitarian Universalist Church at 7pm.
    I am writing this letter to The Austin Chronicle because I am continually disgusted by the lack of coverage that these films, conferences, and the evidence, in general, of treason receives from the mass media. Most media outlets refuse to report on the evidence that the official story on 9/11 is a lie (proof of controlled demolitions of the Twin Towers and World Trade Center building 7 for example), and if not even The Austin Chronicle will report on this information, I fear that another state-sponsored terror attack bringing martial law, perhaps through avian flu, will be inevitable. Think the idea of 9/11 being an inside job is crazy? Well I think the idea that the World Trade Center buildings being the first steel-framed buildings in the history of civilization to completely free-fall collapse is crazy, and you should to.
Colin Donoghue
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