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April 11, 2009 – Boston (youtube lecture added)

Please watch David Ray Griffin’s lecture at Boston University on April 11, 2009 (9/11, Time For a Second Look) . Dr. Griffin meticulously presents the case for a new investigation of the 9/11 attacks because as he states the 9/11 Commission Report on the “official” conspiracy theory is full of contradictions and apparent lies.

 

David Ray Griffin at Boston University, Part 1

David Ray Griffin at Boston University, Part 2

David Ray Griffin at Boston University, Part 3

David Ray Griffin at Boston University, Part 4

David Ray Griffin at Boston University, Part 5

David Ray Griffin at Boston University, Part 6

David Ray Griffin at Boston University, Part 7

David Ray Griffin at Boston University, Part 8

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  1. […] Saturday, April 11, 2009 – Boston, MA […]

  2. Virginia Lee Hanna said, on April 1, 2009 at 2:09 pm

    Dear Rev Prof Griffin, I “woke up” last June. Although I am currently at BU STH I had no hand in arranging this lecture, and only discovered last Friday that you will be coming here on the 11th. I will see you then. But I was wanting to know if there will be time after your lecture for any discussion of the issues. One thing I have been thinking about is whether it is time–and it is only a matter of time–to set up a new investigation–a real one, getting willing people on BOTH sides to get together and go over all the evidence again, a kind of “Twelve Angry Men,” who wrestle with all the evidence. Such would involve reexamining the physcial evidence, reinterviewing witnesses, etc. Both parties would have to agree to come to terms with the “jury’s” decision–no matter the outcome. Since there was been much recrimination on both sides, such a process should be grounded in principles of the furtherance of reconciliation and justice, the kind that only comes when the “truth” is named. We must be prepared, and be willing to prepare others, to find out the worst–or the best, as the case may be. This will not be easy. But I do believe that, if we go about this without the taint of an “agenda,” but only with a disinterested quest for the truth, then an open investigation could settle the matter. There is a strong undercurrent of bitternesss in our country right now, a festering wound that needs healing. I have come to believe, like you, that 1) two planes do not knock down three buildings, and 2) no two (much less three) catastrophic events occur in exactly the same way, because the natural world does not work this way. Amidst the order of nature, indeed part of nature itself, is the principle of variation. I also believe that, if there were not powerful inside forces at work against it, the investigation would have left no stone unturned in its quest for the kind of justice that only the truth brings. What I am not so sure about is all the controversy and theorizing swirling around the issue., and how it eats away at people, including myself. I have not been happy ever since I found out. Where the wound of 9-11 had struck, an infection was introduced, and it has bred and colonized in my heart and, I believe, in the hearts of our fellows. It is from this standpoint that, although I do believe that 9-11 was an inside job, I am willing to be proven wrong. What I mean is, I would rather be happy than “right.” Somehow, I have developed a greater desire for the truth than dread of being proven wrong. I just want to know the truth. I believe the scripture, that the truth will set me, and us, free. With deep regards, Virginia Lee Hanna, MDiv candidate, Boston University School of Theology

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