Once you look closely at the events that happened on September 11, a lot of holes appear in the story
Port Clinton, Ohio (PRWEB) October 23, 2007
Nathan Janes, who has become known for his fun and light-hearted renderings of man's best friend, has released his newest painting of a much more serious subject matter. The painting, titled "With Liberty and Justice for All," represents a movement within the United States and abroad that seeks answers to questions about the catastrophic events that occurred on September 11, 2001. Within the last two years a number of celebrities and public officials have come forward to support the growing movement including Charlie Sheen, Rosie O'Donnell, Mos Def, Gov. Jesse Ventura, Aaron Russo, Raymond L. McGovern, and many more
Janes says that he was inspired to complete this painting in order to make more people aware of the questions that have remained unanswered by the 9/11 Commission Report and by officials within the federal government. "Once you look closely at the events that happened on September 11, a lot of holes appear in the story," Janes says. "So many people have died as a result of this event and we all deserve to know the truth about the events that led up to 9/11."
The painting depicts a dog wearing a stars-and-stripes blindfold and surrounded by a ring of seven stars. Janes explains that, "The stars represent World Trade Center Building Seven, which mysteriously fell on September 11 even though it was not hit by an airplane nor sustained any major fires or damage from the collapse of WTC Buildings One and Two."
The patriotic blindfold represents the apprehension that many Americans have in accepting that the government could be capable of intentionally harming its citizens. Also depicted in the painting is the 'All Seeing Eye' and stealth bombers, which Janes says represent the power that the government has seized over the American people in modern times.
In an effort to increase awareness, Janes has posted facts and resources about the 9/11 Truth Movement on his website, http://www.PopARF.com.