Are the 9-11 conspiracy theorists correct?

I was listening to "Coast to Coast AM " broadcast from last night where they had experts talking about 9-11 coverup which was really scary. Anyways tonite Im trying to access one of the guests website through google and “ask jeeves”(and even through links from other unrelated sites). The site im trying to get “expertwitnessradio.com” seems to be just some generic search page which is http://usseek.com/ with a pic of a boeing passenger on top of theis generic search page. Whats up with that… :dubious: :confused: :mad:

No.

We know exactly who did it, why, when, where, and how. Which of these exactly do you doubt?

We’ve had tons of 9/11 threads here and if we knew precisely what you had a question about, we’d probably find out if it’s been covered. Suffice it to say that talk radio is usually sensationalistic blather and rarely correct.

The only conspiracy I’m aware of is the conspiracy to invade Iraq at any conceivable pretext, and the decision to use the events of 9/11 as that pretext.

The 9-11 Conspiracy Theory has been around for years. It started in the 80’s, with Flavor Flav, Chuck D, and several S1Ws merely calling it a joke. Since then, most notably within the last 3 1/2 years, it has picked up considerable steam.

The best recent debunking of the various myths was in the March 2005 issue of Popular Mechanics.

Pick a topic. Start Googling, and before long you’ll find a conspiracy theory attached thereto. War, politics, death of prominent figures, disasters and the like are rife with stories which range from plausible to tin-foil-hattery.

Before you get carried away with a conspiracy theory, first read The 9/11 Commission Report online.