Host Andy Steele is joined by Richard Gage, AIA, and the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry‘s Mick Harrison and David Meiswinkle to discuss the lawsuit filed this week against the FBI for its failure to incorporate key evidence in its report to Congress on the 9/11 attacks.
Host Andy Steele is joined by engineer and Project Due Diligence volunteer Gene Johnson, who discusses the presentation of the WTC evidence that he recently held in Amarillo, TX.
Host Andy Steele is joined by 9/11 activist John O’Malley who discusses his outreach this year at the annual CPAC conference in Washington DC, as well as his thoughts on inserting the 9/11 issue into the 2020 presidential election.
Host Andy Steele is joined by engineer and Project Due Diligence volunteer Mike Herzig, who discusses his recent presentation of the World Trade Center evidence to adult education students at Colorado State University this month.
In this week’s episode of 9/11 Free Fall, host Andy Steele invites the audience back in time to 2012, when two not-yet-experienced and not-quite-ready-for-primetime AE911Truth volunteers, Bernie Suarez and Andy Steele, launched this very show. Waxing nostalgic, Andy plays clips from the first-ever episode; from AE911Truth founder Richard Gage’s first guest appearance; and from a segment in which the co-hosts first touched on the subject of the corporatized media.
In this episode of 9/11 Free Fall, host Andy Steele plays the audio from the video that AE911Truth supporter Damian Murray recently made in response to debunker Mick West’s interview on “The Joe Rogan Experience.” Andy devotes the first twenty minutes of his show to reading and commenting on yet another article about YouTube’s crackdown on 9/11 Truth videos.
View Damian Murray’s video, “Joe Rogan Mick West Part 1 9/11 & Objectivity” HERE
Mick West’s interview on “The Joe Rogan Experience” HERE
Host Andy Steele is joined by engineer and Project Due Diligence volunteer Bill Graham to discuss Bill’s recent presentation of the 9/11 evidence to a group of engineers in Michigan. In the first ten minutes of the show, Andy reviews a news article about YouTube’s latest round of attempts to combat allegedly “harmful” 9/11 truth videos on its platform. Host Andy Steele is joined by engineer and Project Due Diligence volunteer Bill Graham to discuss Bill’s recent presentation of the 9/11 evidence in Michigan. In the first ten minutes Andy also goes over an article that covers YouTube’s new attempts to combat allegedly “harmful” 9/11 truth videos on its platform.
Host Andy Steele and guest Jason Bermas break down the latest developments in the “Dark Overlord” hacking story and discuss its significance for the 9/11 Truth movement, including some of the revelations from the already released documents. Bermas also talks about the early days of the Truth movement and his work with the Loose Change team.
In this episode of 9/11 Free Fall, host Andy Steele interviews actor and activist Ed Asner and AE911Truth founder Richard Gage, AIA. After reviewing the recent development of the U.S. Attorney in New York agreeing to present the WTC evidence to a special grand jury, they discuss in detail the joint efforts of AE911Truth and the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11, on whose board Asner sits, to ensure a thorough grand jury investigation and a successful outcome. Asner and Gage also explain how listeners to the show can help in accomplishing these goals. 9/11 Free Fall host Andy Steele is joined by Richard Gage, AIA and actor, activist, and board member for the Lawyer’s Committee for 9/11 Inquiry, Ed Asner. In this interview they discuss the Lawyer’s Committee’s petition to the U.S. Attorney and the recent announcement that the WTC evidence will be presented before a grand jury, as well as AE911Truth’s role in the process. They also share with the audience how it can help in this important effort.
Host Andy Steele is joined by structural engineer Larry Cooper and AE911Truth board member and civil engineer Roland Angle to discuss their recent outreach effort at the ASCE’s Forensic Engineering 8th Congress in Austin, Texas, and Roland’s presentation critiquing the NIST WTC reports at a special gathering near the conference.