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9/11 Revisited: Were explosives used

Monday, June 11, 2007

9/11 Revisited: Were explosives used? (v.2) was released on DVD on June 10, 2007. Visit www.911revisited.com to get it.

Producers Description: "September 11th Revisited v.2 is a follow up to perhaps the most riveting film ever made about the destruction of the World Trade Center. This is a powerful documentary which features eyewitness accounts and archive news footage that was shot on September 11, 2001 but never replayed on television. Featuring interviews with eyewitnesses & firefighters, along with expert analysis by BYU Physics Professor Steven E. Jones, Professor David Ray Griffin, MIT Engineer Jeffrey King, and AIA Architect Richard Gage."

Note: this is the updated version of an earlier documentary by the same name.


9/11 Revisited: Were explosives used? (v.2)


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