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9/11: Explosive Evidence - Experts Speak Out

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Reason for the questions - addition
Posted: September 12, 2014 by Name Withheld
Program: 9/11: Explosive Evidence - Experts Speak Out (2 comments)
I posted a previous comment on the documentary, and wish to add a summary note: Instead of calling for a independent investigation, simply generate a petition or other lobby device calling to prosecute the crimes of 9/11. If building 7 collapse is a suspect crime, then call for the criminal investigation of Larry Silverstein (sp), then lease holder for the properties in question. In this legal process, the prosecutor would be charged with creating the forensic investigation, hearings, grand jury, etc. If you simply do an independent investigation, there is no reason for this report to gain entrance to a congressional or judicial panel or court of law. It will sit in a drawer. But if you approach this legally, as in criminal prosecution, (events on 9/11 were crimes), then the entire investigative process is transparent.
CPT12 Response:
Thank you for your emails.
A thorough  criminal investigation of the events of 9/11 seems like a no brainer. I am surprised it was not done.
You may be interested in an  article I found on this subject.
Thanks for your feedback.
All the Best,
CPT12 Staff
The reason for the questions
Posted: September 12, 2014 by Name Withheld
Program: 9/11: Explosive Evidence - Experts Speak Out (2 comments)
I have seen your documentary coverage of the unanswered questions regarding the crimes of Sept. 11, 2001. I want to thank you, as others have also done, for CPT's courage in airing this type of material. From the days following the events, to present day, the unofficially answered questions have continued to be filed in the "conspiracy" box by the holders of the official UN-investigated events. Here is the problem: the failure of the previous administration to treat these events as a crime first, before calling it terrorism, avoided the legal process usually engaged in for any crimes on US soil- forensic investigations, grand jury, evidence hearings, and so on. The "conspiracy theories", generated from the obvious questions gained from scientific inquiries and knowledge, then provided the perfect cover for the absence of the required legal processes which would have officially produced the answers. The irony of the truth in evidence, in fact, confirmed the information generated from the questions, and confirmed in fact, there was a conspiracy. Again, all of this could have been avoided had the law simply been followed. The size of the crime does not justify skipping the forensic and legal due processes which are designed to reach the truth and prosecute the individuals responsible. Without the transparency gained in legal investigations where prosecutors join with all the experts required to produce the reconstructed event, the public was simply given a narrative and all the science and technology which filled in the gaps, got filed in the conspiracy box. It will take an act of congress and or the executive authority of the president to adjudicate the crimes of 9/11.
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