Panelists raise doubts over 9/11 – Speakers at CU say government deceiving citizens

Panelists raise doubts over 9/11 Speakers at CU say government deceiving citizens By John Aguilar Boulder Daily Camera Monday, October 30, 2006 The idea was to turn the concept of a conspiracy theory on its head. A panel of scientists and scholars, gathered in a classroom Sunday afternoon at the University of Colorado at Boulder, […]

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Denver Post: Backers hail 9/11 theorist's speech

Backers hail 9/11 theorist’s speech By Michael Riley Denver Post Staff Writer 10/30/2006 Mike Berger, left, who made a film called Improbable Collapse, and J.A. Calhoun, Green Party candidate for the 2nd Congressional District, talk outside Math Auditorium at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Sept. 11 conspiracy theorists spoke there Sunday. (Post / Lyn […]

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9/11 theorists are either silly or shrewd

9/11 theorists are either silly or shrewd By Cindy Rodríguez Denver Post Staff Columnist 10/29/2006 They have been meeting in the basement of Hooked on Colfax bookstore for a year, piecing together facts they have learned about what they consider to be the biggest cover-up in American history. They believe the federal government had a […]

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Colorado 9/11 Visibility Interviewed on KCFR Colorado Public Radio

Mainstream media coverage of Colorado’s 9-11 Truth group In September of 2006 Fran Shure and Michael Wolsey of the Colorado 9-11 Visibility Project were invited on Colorado Public Radio.   Colorado Matters hosted by Ryan Warner produced a series of programs about the events of September 11th, 2001 for the 5th anniversary.  We were pleased with […]

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Colorado 9/11 Visibility Strikes Again with Another Cover Story

The Smoke Clears Three years after the attacks, the 9/11 Visibility Project opens Coloradans’ eyes to the “truth.” Rockymountain Bullhorn.com -Issue November 22, 2004 By James Thompson Awkward is one word to describe how the three stand, huddled, coffeeless in a coffee shop in Old Town Fort Collins. Casually dressed, young and well groomed, they […]

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