9/11: Why I Don’t Buy the Official Story
By Doug Newman
September 10, 2011
“In war, the first casualty is the truth.”
– Aeschylus, Greek dramatist, 525-456 B.C.
Where were you on the morning of September 11, 2001 when you heard The News?
I was finishing breakfast and listening to Peter Boyles on KHOW 630 in Denver. I vividly remember him interrupting the conversation and saying something like “We have just received word that an airplane has crashed into one of the World Trade Center towers in New York.”
I turned on the TV set and saw a massive cloud of black smoke emanating from near the top of the first tower. And then – WHAM! – the second tower was hit. I couldn’t pull myself away. I called my boss and told him I was just going to be a few minutes late getting to work. “This is not a normal morning,” I said. He understood.
From that evening onward, I started asking questions.