|More Mass Media Breakthroughs|
|Written by AE911Truth Staff|
|Tuesday, 02 October 2012 11:39|
CBS Sunday Morning features Ed Asner
|CBS Sunday Morning’s eight-minute interview with Ed Asner covered his lifetime achievements, his current stage show, and his political activism – including Asner’s critical remarks about the official account of 9/11
Update: CBS has removed their video interview with Ed Asner from their Youtube channel. However, you can still read the CBS article about the interview here.
Not only did CBS allow Asner to “hold the microphone” as he questioned the official account of 9/11. It also broadcast perhaps the most crucial part of Solving the Mystery: a clear video clip of WTC 7 coming down smoothly and symmetrically. We believe this is the first time since the week of 9/11/2001 that CBS has shown the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7. At the time, CBS’ Dan Rather commented on its similarity to a controlled demolition: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nvx904dAw0o.
Fox News also interviewed Asner on Alan Colmes' show on October 2:
The interview starts to cover 9/11 around the 6:25 mark.
Coming on the heels of the PBS/CPT12 breakthrough, these mass media victories provide welcome if unexpected opportunities for ratcheting public awareness of the WTC evidence and the need for a real investigation to a new level.
Help Us Carry These Victories Even Further
FIRST: Watch All Three Program Links and Send Them to All Your Contacts
Watch the CBS Sunday Morning video at least once yourself by clicking here:
The 9/11 portion begins around the 5:45 mark.
Watch the Fox video here:
Watch the CPT12/PBS video here:
Then share all three videos with your contacts, using the buttons near each video or by e-mailing these links with your own introduction. See our last action alert for detailed instructions on doing this with the CPT12 Experts Speak Out video.
SECOND: Thank CBS and Fox and Ask Them to Do More
Contact the producers of CBS Sunday Morning and Fox News Radio:
CBS Sunday Morning
Rita Braver, Senior Correspondent
In response to Braver’s comment to Asner about incompetence explaining the failures to protect Americans on 9/11, you might politely point out to her that incompetence cannot explain how a modern steel skyscraper not hit by a jetliner can come straight down symmetrically, in freefall for more than 100 feet, merely because of office fires on a few floors, as NIST claimed. Braver can find more information about this in the Architects & Engineers: Solving the Mystery of WTC 7 mini-documentary, a clip of which was shown in her interview of Asner.
Other CBS Sunday Morning contact information can be found at http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-3445_162-13558/about-us/.
To reach CBS News generally, visit http://www.cbsnews.com/htdocs/feedback/fb_news_form.shtml?tag=ftr.
Thank Fox for letting Asner inform network audiences about little-known facts about 9/11 this week, and ask them to provide more information about World Trade Center Building 7 – to do a story on it. Point out that Fox has done nothing to follow up on this issue since November 2010, when Geraldo Rivera gave a sympathetic interview to engineer and AE911Truth petition signer Tony Szamboti and 9/11 victim family member Bob McIlvaine. Geraldo said, “What caught my eye is their claim [by the BuildingWhat? ad campaign] that more than 1,300 architects and engineers examined the evidence about Building 7 and disagree with the official report issued by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.”
THIRD: Ask Your Local PBS Station to Show Experts Speak Out
See our last action alert for instructions.
Richard Gage, AIA
and the Grateful AE911Truth Volunteers
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