"The Toronto Hearings" was the name of an excellent conference on 9/11, the best I have attended.
This book presents many more solid reasons for a legal scientific investigation of the largest crime in US history.
Videos of most of the talks themselves are available online and a condensed collection is available as a DVD.
A very strong collection of essays from the leading figures in the 9/11 truth movement, and a good look at our current knowledge about the case. Read morePublished 2 months ago by TLR
I'd feared that this book might be too much Old News for 9/11 scholars and too compressed and cryptic for newbies, but I think it's valuable for both. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Brian Good
One Cure for 9/11 Cognitive Dissonance is for you to read this book and then, armed with that information, make a more informed choice about what happened on 9/11.Published 12 months ago by Clayton Olson
In the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic language, the word "AMER" --- as in AMER-ica, or AMER-ois --- indicated "A SACRIFICIAL VICTIM!" This place might be the REAL "Ground Zero". Read morePublished 13 months ago by Etienne
This was a superbly well researched volume on all of the best research to date on the events of 9/11. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Trousers
This whole book was off printed from cover to back! I am so upset with this purchase! I was referred to Amazon to purchase and it appears to me that the person who selected and... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Terry Anderson
Ignore the evidence is no longer an option. The Toronto hearings encompasses a great deal of research done in all the areas "attacked" on 911. Read morePublished 14 months ago by vasconary
If your intention is to study the anatomy of a cover-up operation, then read Mr. Gourley's book.
If you are interested in the truth, then read WHERE DID THE TOWERS GO? Read more
This book provides well supported documentation and convincing proof that the World Trade Center buildings collapsed from controlled demolitions, not from fire.Published 18 months ago by Dale Silbernagel