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Resources for debunking 9/11 Conspiracy Theories
Resources specifically dealing with the debunking of Conspiracy Theories that have arisen about the terrorist attacks in the USA on 9/11.

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  9-11 Loose Change Second Edition Viewer Guide Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry 3 *
(Link updated 5/18/09, now a Word doc instead of the former HTML page. - Myriad)
"I put this document together for several reasons:

1. To promote understanding of the facts about the terrorist attacks of 9/11 and to discourage relying on rumor and conjecture when searching for the "truth."

2. Because I believe that "Loose Change" is an influential introduction for many people to 9/11 conspiracy issues.

3. To encourage respect for the victims, living and dead, of the 9/11 attacks.

My comments and analysis are mostly restricted to the issues raised by the video. At the end of this document are links to websites with in-depth analyses of 9/11 conspiracy theories, as well as links to the "official" version of events and to other analyses by experts and laymen."
--Mark Roberts

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