Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) May 27, 2006
Since the premiere of September 11th Revisited (http://www.911revisited.com) earlier this year, the buzz on the internet has been nothing short of amazing. Screenings for this critically acclaimed independent film are currently being held at military bases, colleges, churches, and other venues across the country.
The interest stems from the growing number of serious questions surrounding 9/11 being asked by family members, victims, respectable scholars, and government officials that have gone unmentioned by the mainstream media for the last 4+ years.
September 11th Revisited is 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 archived news footage that was shot on September 11, 2001 but never replayed on television. This film provides stunning evidence that explosives were used in the complete demolition of the WTC Twin Towers and WTC Building 7.
"It is time to ask questions and demand answers,” says Dustin Mugford, producer and director of September 11th Revisited.
A recent Zogby International poll shows that 45% of Americans want a new independent investigation of 9/11, with 42% believing the 9/11 Commission was a cover-up which refused to investigate critical evidence of the attacks. The same poll shows that 43% of Americans were not aware that World Trade Center Building 7 totally collapsed on 9/11, with 38% saying that they were aware of the collapse and think it should have been investigated by the 9/11 Commission.
September 11th Revisited is an extensive collection of archived news footage covering the fall of the World Trade Center Twin Towers and Building 7 on 9/11. It features interviews with eyewitnesses & firefighters along with expert analysis by Steven E. Jones, David Ray Griffin, Jeffrey King, James H. Fetzer, and others. Were explosives used to bring down the buildings? Watch the video and judge for yourself.
The September 11th Revisited film is available for free viewing at: http://www.911revisited.com