Inside Job: Unmasking the 9/11 Conspiracies

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Inside Job is the definitive journalistic account of the hidden role of the Bush Whitehouse in perpetrating the 9/11 attacks. Veteran journalist Jim Marrs weaves into his coverage the kind of relentless undercover research that long ago established him as one of America's leading conspiracy researchers. Originally written under contract for a large New York publisher, this book passed legal review and received extensive editorial support only to be cancelled suddenly in early 2003 with little explanation by the ...
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Inside Job is the definitive journalistic account of the hidden role of the Bush Whitehouse in perpetrating the 9/11 attacks. Veteran journalist Jim Marrs weaves into his coverage the kind of relentless undercover research that long ago established him as one of America's leading conspiracy researchers. Originally written under contract for a large New York publisher, this book passed legal review and received extensive editorial support only to be cancelled suddenly in early 2003 with little explanation by the publisher.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781579830137
  • Publisher: Origin Press OH
  • Publication date: 9/28/2004
  • Pages: 216
  • Product dimensions: 5.98 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 0.58 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2005

    Still believe the official story? Get psychiatric help - outside the U.S.

    This is not some cobbled together collection of excerpts from habitual denizens of the Web. This is a brief, but well documented and coherent analysis pulling together testimony from highly respected and aware sources. Indeed, it brings to the general public an awareness of the aviation electronics some of us knew of in the 1970's. The lawsuit filing, against Bush et al, is not to be missed. Sadly, the book leaves us with a full mind, an empty heart, and little to no hope for any resolution. Perhaps it's not by chance that I finished it during the tsunami; although I never believed the current 4th Reich in the first place, I feel we've all been swept away - except, of course, for those in positions above the water line.

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