AE911Truth board member Dan Barnum, FAIA, sits down with host Andy Steele to discuss the mental barriers that some in his profession put up, knowing that there's problems with the official story of what happened to the buildings in New York on 9/11, but afraid to look at the evidence of their controlled demolition. He also talks about what it was like for him, realizing from day one that the U.S. government wasn't telling the truth about 9/11.
and teacher Rachel Colton joins Andy Steele to discuss her 9/11 Truth
work, which includes handing our brochures in front of the Homeland
Security building in Washington DC, and how teachers, students, and
parents can deal with the dilemma that comes from knowing about the 9/11
controlled demolition evidence while schools continue to push the
government's debunked official 9/11 story.
Beattie joins host Andy Steele to discuss his experience as a presenter
for AE911Truth, and both offer advice to the audience on how to more
confidently present the evidence when speaking in front of groups.
Szamboti is back to discuss the latest paper that he helped write,
titled, "Areas of Specific Concern in the NIST WTC Reports" which
consolidates the 9/11 controlled demolition evidence into 25 points for
academics and a potential future grand jury to read.