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Solving 9-11: The Deception that Changed the World based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Chris bollyn is probably the best living journalist on the planet. This investigative piece...is extremely accurate, truthful and unbiased I would rate this book a 10 not 5....need I say more
When I think of the term "unsung hero", the first three names that come to mind are Christopher Bollyn, Richard Gage, and David Ray Griffin. These men are bravely working to solve the biggest crime in American history, yet most people have never even heard of them. This book by Christopher Bollyn contains very important information about the 9-11 attacks. It wasn't exactly a "fun" book to read, since a lot of the information tends to be dry, intricate, and detailed. Of course this doesn't mean that the information isn't extremely important. This is definitely a more "advanced" 9-11 book, so if you're new to the 9-11 thing I wouldn't recommend it as your first book. But if you are a serious student of the 9-11 attacks, your research is not complete without this book. By the way, I'm very impressed with the quality of the actual book. The cover is beautiful and the print is nice and dark and solid. As I said, the information in this book is intricate and detailed. Many conspiracy researchers like to blame 9-11 and other suspicious events on obscure unidentifiable groups like "the globalists" or "the illuminati". But Bollyn doesn't play that game. He provides specific information about who was behind the attacks and the cover-up. I will finish my review by quoting a passage from the preface of the book, which I think sums up the situation well. Bollyn says: "As a journalist, I began writing about 9-11 shortly after the attacks and quickly realized that the truth was being buried beneath a false story pushed by the U.S. administration and compliant media. It was clear that there was a concerted effort to promote a politically expedient explanation and avoid the evidence and questions that contradicted that account. There was no real effort on the part of the government or the media to actually solve the crime."