We must find out what really happened on 9/11
Hindsight is supposed to provide clarity, perspective and truth, but 11 years after the global nightmare of Sept. 11, 2001, too many still mourn the devastation of loved ones lost, filled with agonizing doubt about what really happened that day. Why would it take 443 days to begin an alleged investigation into the most horrific crime on U.S. soil since Pearl Harbor? Evidence was suppressed and destroyed. There is much we don’t know.
We certainly know enough to justify a “real” investigation. Nearly 3,000 people were murdered that day, and thousands more have died as a result of wars invented on behalf of this event. Conspiracy theories abound, but “the official story” seems the biggest whopper of them all! This nation deserves much better — our heritage requires it, justice demands it. But most of all the victims, the heroes and their families deserve the compassion and closure of truth — instead of betrayal and lies.
“Truth” is the smallest measure of peace to demand from alleged leaders who claim a moral high ground when the shining beacon on the hill has all but fluttered its last ray of hope. The 9/11 victims and their families deserve the truth about that day. We all do.