Forum to probe 9/11 conspiracy theories
DELAVAN Local musician and activist Glen Davis has organized a public forum to examine what some believe was the government's roll in the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Three films will be shown at the event, scheduled from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 24, 2009 at the Super 8 Motel in Delavan.
The forum also is being promoted by Kevin Barrett, the controversial University of Wisconsin lecturer who came under fire in June of 2006 when he asserted the attacks were an “inside job” orchestrated to justify a long-term war in the Middle East.
Davis describes the film as:
"In Their Own Words," a film in which family members of the dead speak out.
"Blueprint For Truth," where architects and engineers describe in detail how the buildings could not have fallen from plane impacts alone.
"Zero" One of the best overviews of the entire picture of 9/11 and why new investigations are needed immediately.
In a news release, Davis said there is much new information that has come to light that indicates some extremely troubling aspects of that day.
Davis says the efficacy of the 9/11 Commission report has been called into question by it's lead legal counsel John Farmer.
There has been confirmation of explosive residue in the debris from the towers, Davis says, and it has been confirmed by an employee of the FBI that our government had close connections with the Bin Ladens up until the day of 9/11.
Discussion and questions will be encouraged.
The event will be closely monitored for civil discourse only.
Coffee and water will be provided.
This event is sponsored by the Wisconsin 9/11 Truth Coalition.