WATCH: NIST Conflict of Interest EXPOSED

We're proud to present the first ever episode of our new monthly podcast, The Focus
In this inaugural episode, AE911Truth Chairman, Roland Angle explores the question of why the National Institute of Standards and Technology was put in charge of investigating the WTC investigations to begin with, arguing that it created a conflict of interest that ultimately led to the flawed investigations that the American people received. 
Angle is also joined by a panel of other engineers — Kamal Obeid, Eugene Johnson, and John Schuler — as they discuss Angle's presentation and offer their own follow-up commentary and questions. 
Don't miss this interesting discussion, and please share far and wide with others who care about 9/11 truth and justice.

New Book — An Indictment of Those who Covered Up WTC Evidence

AE911Truth is undertaking an important project, one that will create an intriguing and critical tool for researchers and activists in the 9/11 truth community, as well as a wake-up call for those not yet familiar with the WTC evidence.  

Engineering the 9/11 Cover-Up: How the WTC Evidence was Kept Secret from the World, authored by AE911Truth’s own Roland Angle, P.E., is a book that will lay out the story of how the official narrative of the WTC towers’ destruction on September 11th, 2001 was cemented into the minds of the public. 

The result will be a clear and undeniable public indictment of NIST and the corporate media. It will also explain how the professional engineering societies were hijacked to provide the necessary crucial support for the manufactured narrative that ignores the evidence. Utilizing the combined knowledge and expertise from the many engineers at AE911Truth, Engineering the 9/11 Cover-Up will go where none of our previous publications have gone before as we identify, for the first time, a group of individuals and organizations that played some part in the cover-up, whether wittingly or unwittingly.

As engineers, we have a legal responsibility to guard the public’s safety.

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