Jones has a B.S. in Physics with Mathematics minor, magna cum laude
with honors, from Brigham Young University in 1973 and a Ph.D. in
Physics, Mathematics/Electronics minors from Vanderbilt University. He
was a professor at BYU and has given many lectures about the 9/11
controlled demolition evidence around the country. He's also one of the
authors of the famous nanothermite paper with Niels Harrit and others
in The Open Chemical Physics Journal that was published in April 2009.
In this anniversary edition of 9/11
Free Fall he discusses the controlled demolition evidence from his own
perspective, how he was forced by BYU into early retirement for speaking
out about it, and the other important issues he's tackling now.
This episode’s guest is a courageous individual and a supporter of AE911Truth who was at, and in the South Tower and witnessed 9/11 firsthand. Despite experiencing severe emotional and physical trauma like so many thousands of other 9/11 survivors, he is speaking out for the first time on what he witnessed at the site before, on, and in the days after 9/11. In this interview he tells his own 9/11 story, talks about the process he went through that prompted him to speak out on what he experienced, and why he’s calling for a new investigation into 9/11.
William Binney is a former highly placed intelligence official with the United States National Security Agency (NSA) who, after more than 30 years of service, resigned in 2001 and became a whistleblower exposing the NSA's unconstitutional programs. He is also a recent signatory of AE911Truth's petition calling for a new investigation into the destruction of the Twin Towers and WTC 7 on 9/11. In this interview he talks with Andy Steele about why he signed the petition, the NSA's spying program, and offers some words of advice to the 9/11 Truth movement on how to pursue justice through official channels.
Activist Les Jamieson joins Andy Steele to discuss AE911Truth's 9/11 Anniversary action and event Line-up. They also discuss the 9/11 Memorial Museum and why our continued presence outside the museum, and our outreach to the public, are so vitally important in countering the false narrative presented to the public within this for-profit museum reminder of the crimes of 9/11.