This week on 9/11 Free Fall, distinguished 9/11 scholar Graeme MacQueen joins host Andy Steele to talk about the soon-to-be-published paper he co-authored with Ted Walter entitled “The Triumph of the Official Narrative: How the TV Networks Hid the Twin Towers’ Explosive Demolition on 9/11.”
“The Triumph of the Official Narrative” is the second part of a two-part series that MacQueen and Walter started two years ago with the paper “How 36 Reporters Brought Us the Twin Towers’ Explosive Demolition on 9/11.”
In that paper, they reviewed 70 hours of news coverage and found that the “explosion hypothesis” was the dominant hypothesis among reporters on the ground. In this new paper, using the same 70 hours of news coverage, they examine how the official narrative supplanted what journalists on the ground were reporting.
Don’t miss this fascinating interview with Graeme MacQueen, and stay tuned for the publication of the paper next week!
This week on 9/11 Free Fall, attorney Mick Harrison and AE911Truth Director of Strategy Ted Walter join host Andy Steele to break down the latest on AE911Truth’s lawsuit against NIST over the agency’s refusal to to correct its fraudulent Building 7 report.
Together Harrison and Walter dismantle last week’s lower court ruling — which dismissed the case on the grounds that AE911Truth and eight 9/11 family members lacked standing — and they talk about AE911Truth’s plan to appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals.
This week on 9/11 Free Fall, structural engineer Eric Francis-Wright joins host Andy Steele to talk about his experience as a young boy in Queens on September 11, 2001; about being an engineer who challenges the official story; and about the importance of staying true to oneself in a world of conformity.
Though only 11 years old on 9/11, Francis-Wright questioned the idea of a pancake collapse of the Twin Towers from the very beginning. Today, he is confident that the official report issued by the National Institute of Standards and Technology will be exposed as untrue in his lifetime.
Retired New York Naval Militia Commander Rear Admiral Warren Smith, a practicing architect based in New York’s Hudson Valley, shares his perspective on the WTC controlled demolition evidence with host Andy Steele on this week’s episode of 9/11 Free Fall.
Smith also demolishes the claim that questioning the official version of 9/11 is in any way disrespectful to members of the military who served in the resulting wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Mechanical engineer Gene Johnson joins host Andy Steele on 9/11 Free Fall to talk about his recent WTC 7 presentation to members of the Longview, Texas, branch of the ASCE, and share the reactions of his audience when they were confronted with scientific evidence and eyewitness accounts that they had never been exposed to before.
Johnson belongs to AE911Truth’s Project Due Diligence, whose volunteer engineers deliver powerful presentations to grassroots organizations, including the branches of professional engineering associations, all over the country.
Writer Craig McKee joins host Andy Steele to review his newly published feature story, “Hundreds of articles dismissing ‘conspiracy theories’ read like they follow a single script,” in which he points out the startling similarities seen in all mainstream media hit pieces that pretend to refute the truth about 9/11.
This week on 9/11 Free Fall, AE911Truth’s director of strategy, Ted Walter, joins host Andy Steele to discuss the latest setback — and the path forward — in the decade-long effort to publish a hugely important paper on the Twin Towers’ destruction in the ASCE’s Journal of Engineering Mechanics.
After agreeing to review co-authors Tony Szamboti and Richard Johns’ censored critique of Zdeněk Bažant’s 2011 paper, which is foundational to the official 9/11 story, the journal’s editor has now rejected their paper supposedly “on scientific grounds,” but he does not explain what those grounds are.
Szamboti and Johns are not taking this latest mistreatment by the Journal of Engineering Mechanics lying down. Watch this week’s episode of 9/11 Free Fall to find out what’s next.
This week on 9/11 Free Fall, structural engineer Seth McVey joins host Andy Steele to talk about his successful efforts to inform fellow engineers of the controlled demolition evidence and his hope that the engineering community will lead the charge for a new 9/11 investigation. Seth, who was in fourth grade on September 11, 2001, is optimistic that his generation and younger generations will come to reject the official explanation of the World Trade Center’s destruction that day.
This week on 9/11 Free Fall, New York-based architect Andrew Salter joins host Andy Steele to share his experience on 9/11 and his story of discovering the evidence of controlled demolition and trying to inform others around him. Andrew was a high-schooler in Manhattan on September 11, 2001. His father, who worked in the Financial District, ran for his life when the towers came down. For many hours, Andrew had no idea if his father had survived. When they were finally reunited that evening, his father was “cloaked in dust from head to toe.” Twenty years later, Andrew, a signatory to AE911Truth’s petition, is emblematic of a younger generation that experienced 9/11 in their youth and may now be ready to tear down the false official narrative of this world-changing event. Don’t miss this illuminating episode of 9/11 Free Fall.
This week on 9/11 Free Fall, retired structural engineer Larry Cooper joins host Andy Steele to give an update on the presentation he made last week to the SunCoast Branch of the Florida Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Larry spoke about the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 and the 2020 University of Alaska Fairbanks report. He received a standing ovation from the 22 engineers in attendance, two-thirds of whom had not previously heard of Building 7. Hear all about Larry’s experience on this week’s episode of 9/11 Free Fall.