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The 9/11 Commission Report- Audio Version - MP3 format. Time and Money: IF YOU DON'T HAVE TIME TO READ the 500+ page report about how the planes crashed into the World Trade Center, but would like an inexpensive way to LISTEN to it (cheaper than the book), your friendly neighborhood (sort of) English teacher has come to your rescue! The Narrator: Jim the Teacher has recorded (with some brain damage after days and days of reading and re-reading) The 9/11 Commission Report- briskly and in an informal style (meaning that he won't sound like a British actor, but like a teacher reading to his class). Not perfect, but comfortable to listen to. As Jim has been teaching high school and college classes for 38 years, he has done many dramatic readings to thousands of students. Bonus: In addition, Jim has included the COMPLETE 9/11 Commission Report in a PDF format (so you won't have to pay $10 for the book). Then you can read it on your computer in case you want to read the 440 pages of Main Text or check out the 100 pages of notes in tiny print (which Jim DID NOT read). What You'll Get: You'll get the CD of the AUDIO 9/11Commission Report in a jewel case, and a separately-printed Table of Contents with all of the sections listed with tracks and page numbers, in case you can't read the small print on CD inserts or if you have big klutzy fingers (like Jim) and can't turn the pages of inserts. How to Play the CD: If you have a computer, a DVD player that will play MP3 files, or a portable CD player that will play MP3 files (Some of them won't.), you can listen to the text of the report while playing games on your computer, working in your garden, cutting the grass, or riding in your car! Speedy Shipping: I'll send the CD by Priority Mail, which takes just a few days. If you have questions, e-mail me at 911reportaudio@simplestuff.net. Cost: Only $7.50- for AUDIO of the 400+ pages of the MAIN TEXT.

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  • CD-ROM
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0976138301
  • ISBN-13: 978-0976138303
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (291 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,122,799 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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26 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Semper-Fi on September 17, 2013
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I purchased a copy of this report back when it first came out and read it cover to cover. Over the years, as more information has surfaced and documentation has become available it is more than obvious that this commission was a sham. I recently purchased a new copy of the rerport that I use as a reference point to what is currently known or available. Though this report is full of holes and half truthes I still urge anyone interested in the topic of 9/11 to own a copy. I have read several other books by authors that are very succesful at picking this report apart or offering information that was ommited or downplayed. So having a copy of this report is an excellent way to reference new information, comparing facts in books and reports that have been published since. It does not matter if you believe in the conspiracy theories that are out there, if you believe it was a flase flag attack or are just looking for the truth about what happened. This report, at the very least, will prove to you that our government simply does not care about knowing what the truth really is. I would reccommend pairing this report with the Jim Marrs book "The Terror Conspiracy Revisited" or another well respected author. You can compare side by side the information being offered to you.
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20 of 26 people found the following review helpful By William Evans on February 4, 2013
Format: Hardcover
I have placed this book in the fiction section of my personal library. It reads as if the case is closed on the events of 9/11. It doesn't touch the tough questions, like requiring a scientific explaination for the physical destruction of the twin towers. It does not question the fact that ground zero was not treated as a crime scene. It does not give a reasonable explaination for the fact that no video of an airplane hitting the Pentagon has ever been producded for the public. It was proabably written in 2000, just insert names and dates.
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22 of 29 people found the following review helpful By N. Delaney on February 5, 2013
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Reference to the following link provides one the most comprehensive reviews of the events revolving around 9/11. A novice may well be overwhelmed by the complexity of conflicting data, but such is the learning process. It forces the reader/listener to disassociate and open one's mind so that the learning process may begin. 9/11 looms as one of the greatest tragedies this nation has ever experienced and there is every indication that it was self inflicted. Sadly, those institutions established to protect this nation from such events were not only impotent at the time but have failed to initiate concise investigations following, barring the establishment of a Homeland Security in lieu of a preconceived Patriot Act which continues to undermine the Constitution on which this nation was founded. But a precedent has been established, for no public prosecutions have been forth coming, no one has been held accountable, and the policy now bleeds into the financial and corporate sector of society where blatant mismanagement is now rampant. The 9/11 Commission Report, therefore, represents a blatant white wash of the facts and no remarks by participants that the Commission was set up to fail exonerates their failure to address key issues and their omission of relevant testimony. 9/11 The Myth and The Reality - David Ray Griffin - Full [...]
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24 of 32 people found the following review helpful By K. Dunlap on September 3, 2004
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After reading the first 50 pages or so I began to wonder if I had purchased the wrong book. I wanted the well-written, bi-partisan report I had heard so much about.

Before I get into my criticisms I will point out that the report contains a lot of information and, to a great extent, puts it in a way that reads almost like a novel. It is a long read I fear few will see through to the end. If I am correct, it is a shame because even with its shortcomings it provides a generally good view into many of the significant events of the past quarter-century which led up to the 9/11 tragedy.

Having said that, I will turn my attention to the shortcomings. I listened to most of the televised portion of the hearings and found many discrepancies between what I heard and what I read. I assume that was the result of compromises to achieve unanimity. Unanimity is good, but not at the cost of accuracy. Also, having written many technical reports, I believe I know what to look for when I read one. The attempt to make the report readable results in the use of conversational language which, of course, is not really adequate for describing events and their causes in a truly precise way. Thus, in far too many instances the reader must interpret statements that should be more specific. For example, the report states that a particular document "was read by a tiny number of people." I have no idea how many people make up a "tiny number" in this context.

Most of the book, as one might expect, is a history of the intelligence organizations, their successes and (mostly) failures, and the events leading up to 9/11.
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115 of 160 people found the following review helpful By Roger F. Peters on December 6, 2004
Format: Paperback
This book is by no means a report from an 'independent' investigation. Members on the panel have relations throughout the government, [...]

The entire investigation into 9/11 was hampered from the very beginning. The editor in chief of Fire Engineering Magazine, William Manning, called the investigation a 'half baked farce' in describing the coverup and destruction of evidence which commenced immediately after 9/11.

This book reads like a novel, and to the average person probably makes them feel like they have gained an understanding of 9/11, but in fact this book directly avoided hundreds of questions asked by the 9/11 family steering committee, and failed to answer any of the unknown questions, only to repeat the official story and to attempt to come up with yet another timeline which could cover the differences in the FAA and NORAD timelines.

DO NOT PAY MONEY FOR THIS BOOK. If you want to read it, read it online, do not support such a shoddy 'independent investigation'. If it were a real investigation it would contain a decent index and it would mention WTC7, which it doesn't.
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