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by Gordon Duff, Staff Writer

When 9/11 Commission Chief Counsel, John Farmer, released his book, The Ground Truth, debunking his own 9/11 commission report and was supported by Chairman Thomas Kean and commission member Senator Bob Kerrey with no dissent, the cover story of 9/11 died. 
This leaves us with these inescapable facts:

      We no longer have an official answer to questions about 9/11.

      Perjured testimony and falsified information given to the original commission is a criminal act and demands a Grand Jury investigation and Special Prosecutor

      Hundreds of respected leaders of the military, law enforcement, intelligence  and scientific communities question the credibility of an investigation now proven beyond a doubt a conspiracy in itself

      The institutions of government, including all 3 branches, Executive, Judicial and Legislative have combined in an unexplainable way in their failure to respond to circumstances that legally require action.

      The press has continued a pattern of distortion of facts, suppression of news and has engaged in a systematic campaign of deception.

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