Dedicated to exposing the official lie of September 11th, 2001
The 9-11 Dust, part I

In the first of a 3 or 4 part series on the 9-11 Dust, Visibility 9-11 welcomes to the program Jenna Orkin of the World Trade Center Environmental Organization. One week after September 11th, Christie Todd Whitman stated that, "Given the scope of the tragedy from last week, I am glad to reassure the people of New York and Washington D.C., that their air is safe to breathe and their water is safe to drink.", even as the EPA had information to the contrary. In fact, the 9-11 dust was extremely caustic and in August of 2003, the EPA issued a report showing the changes the Bush administration made to the intial cautionary statements which were originally meant to warn the public of the dangers in the dust. These warnings were changed to reasurances and the public never heard the truth. These lies have resulted in thousands of people getting sick from breathing the toxic dust, and now, over 5 years later, they are dying. If you think our own government isn't capable of deliberately killing its' own citizens, think again.


Here is yet another shameful example of the dastardly deeds committed by the criminals in charge of the U.S. government and yet one more reason to doubt the official story about what happened on September 11th, 2001.

Music selections by J. Guerra.

Direct download: visibility911_orkin.mp3
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Visibility 9-11 Welcomes Ellen Mariani

Visibility 9-11 welcomes special guest, Ellen Mariani, wife of Neil Mariani who was aboard United Flight 175 which was flown into the South Tower of the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001.  Click here for a special tribute web page I built for Ellen on our old Colorado 9-11 Visibility website.  Click here to read the poem Ellen wrote to Neil, Three Kisses, mentioned in the interview.  Click here to read Ellen's open letter to George Bush.

Direct download: visibility911_mariani.mp3
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