So far as I would be concerned, my loved one had been taken from me and they deserve every fact surrounding the circumstances to be known. Anything less than that, such as the whitewash of an investigation that currently exists, is the most disrespectful and offensive act against their memory I could ever imagine.
Many of the family members of 9/11 victims feel the same…
Do you realise the Bush administration were opposed to an investigation altogether and that the 9/11 Commission was only formed under pressure from family members of victims? Are you aware that four leading women of that group, known as the Jersey Girls, forced the original Commission Chairman, Henry Kissinger, to resign after their independent research unveiled his links to the bin Ladens and Saudi dealings?
Lorie Van Auken, who lost her husband on 9/11: -
We were shocked. Kissinger had huge conflicts of interest -- major dealings with the Saudis... The day before he resigned, we had a meeting with him in his office in Manhattan. Kristen [Breitweiser] had done impeccable research. She'd looked up all of his companies. So I asked him, 'Mr. Kissinger, do you have any Saudi clients?' He mumbled something. And then he asked if someone would pour him some coffee. So then I said, 'Do you happen to have any clients by the name of bin Laden? He almost fell off the couch.
That alone tells us about the type of concern they had.
The Jersey Girls also feared the appointment of administration insider Philip Zelikow to the Commission would taint the report. Indeed, their final evaluation of the 9/11 Commission findings is one of scathing criticism, that it did not answer their questions, with the conclusion that it was “an utterly hollow report”.
These women were determined and brave in pursuit of the truth; true American heroes that everyone should be proud of.
That is just one group of family members, booNyzarC, there are many others. Look up Bill Doyle, head of the Coalition of 9/11 Families who had approximately 7,000 members for instance. He estimated that half of those he represented believe 9/11 was an inside job to some extent.
He has further stated: -
“The 9/11 Commission is probably the worst representation of the 9/11 Families or for that matter all the American public because it's a sham. It really is.... We had tons of different questions that we asked them to ask. They wouldn't do it. And the continuing cover-up is just beyond belief... There's just such a continuing coverup. And why don't we just let the information about 9/11 be known? And then maybe this conspiracy type of thing would go away, but it's never going to go away or I don't think it can go away because they were complicit…”
Yes, the “worst” representation - this is from a man who lost his son on 9/11 and again, as the Jersey Girls, had direct dealing with the 9/11 Commission so knows what he is talking about.
Please click this link and scroll down to the section highlighted pink: “FAMILY MEMBERS”. There you will find family members who lost loved ones in the towers, on the planes, relatives of emergency responders who also died. Some of them outright state “inside job”, others that they have unanswered questions, but the uniting factor is the call for a new and independent investigation, the lack of which has served to prolong their suffering.
I will leave it with Christina Kminek, who lost her sister on Flight 77: -
“Here we are five years later. ... We are still left with unanswered questions, unaccountability and facts that come to light that beg new questions or reaffirm unresolved issues during the 9/11 investigation. There needs to be a new investigation. …
I personally really hoped for one year where September 11th; I could remember those who perished and my sister in peace and not surrounded by all the unanswered questions and the political lies and drama. I'd like to finally focus on my sister.”
You might ask, what sort of unanswered questions? Click that link and read what Christina’s mother, who lost her daughter on Flight 77 had to say.
I could go on with more quotes like this but find it upsetting and would rather not.
Honestly booNyzarC, you do not have a leg to stand on trying to claim any sort of moral high-ground for current standing of the official story… I have full confidence I am aligned with a reasonable number of the victims’ family members… you can say I am “full of crap” if you want.
No one side is better than the other - it’s only the truth that matters.