Recently, 9/11 conspiracy theories, collectively known as the "9/11 Truth Movement; have begun to gain traction in the mainstream media. Both Rosie O’Donnell and Charlie Sheen have spoken out about what they say is the need to question the official story of 9/11 and are calling for a new independent investigation of the attack, despite alleged debunking of the most popular theories, especially from the famous Popular Mechanics article.
On The Alex Jones Show on the GCN Radio Network, Sheen said, ""We’re not the conspiracy theorists on this particular issue," and, "It seems to me like 19 amateurs with box cutters taking over four commercial airliners and hitting 75% of their targets, that feels like a conspiracy theory. It raises a lot of questions."
O’Donnell has made headlines for discussing her theories on a recent episode of the View, and has blogged about it on her website, saying, "for the third time in history fire brought down a steel building reducing it to rubble," as well as "The fires in WTC 7 were not evenly distributed, so a perfect collapse was impossible; Firefighters withdrawing from the area stated the building was going to ‘blow up,’" and, "The roof of WTC 7 visibly crumbled and the building collapsed perfectly into its footprint."
Since 9/11 other high profile individuals have gone on record expressing doubts about the official story, including former presidential adviser and CIA analyst Ray McGovern, former Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury Paul Craig Roberts, BYU physics Professor Steven Jones, among others.
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