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Internet Detectives - Loose Change 5 *
"Loose Change is a video that examines the attacks of September 11, written and narrated by Dylan Avery. Originally fiction, Avery decided to present it as a documentary after further research. The video received attention on the internet, and a second edition was produced which contained additional information but omitted some information from the first video. A recut of the second edition was later produced, with minor changes and corrections. This page will address issues presented in all of the videos, which are freely available online."

Category Resources for debunking 9/11 Conspiracy Theories 
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5 * greyleonard 13th February 2007 09:31 PM
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5 * Congruentruth 15th September 2009 02:38 PM
One day these boys will be hailed as national heroes. If you want a good start - thoroughly recommended.The future of transparency in 9/11 starts here.

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