How Many Were Involved?

RECEIVED Tue., Sept. 26, 2006

Dear Editor,
    One recurring refutation against 9/11 conspiracy theories is that such a plot would involve hundreds if not thousands of people and that secrets about the planning and execution could not be kept secret. Yet, the official government version is that it was carried out by just 19 men. Does raising this point make me a nut? Am I guilty of thought crime? Please advise.
Joseph Falco
   [Editor replies: Many 9/11 conspiracy theorists argue that the WTC buildings were brought down not by the planes crashing into them but by controlled demolition. Ten men could fly the planes into the two towers. An inside job would require dozens if not hundreds to plant explosives and plan the demolition.]
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