Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Was Robert Novak father of the 9/11 truth movement?

"Security experts and airline officials agree privately that the simultaneous hijacking of four jetliners was an 'inside job,' probably indicating complicity beyond malfeasance," said Novak in the lead sentence of his weekly column only two days after 9-11.

Novak was not the only journalist to imply that insiders were active in implementing 9-11. New York Times columnist William Safire theorized that the terrorists had assistance from within the major U.S. intelligence agencies.

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