Chapter 1 of Angle’s Book is Now Available

Last month we unveiled the introduction to Roland Angle’s book, Engineering the 9/11 Cover-Up: How the WTC Evidence was Kept Secret from the World.
Today, we are releasing the first chapter!
Titled, “Implanting the Official Narrative,” this chapter takes the reader back to the infamous day itself, September 11, 2001, and lays out how the “official story” was formed through the public statements of government officials and media pundits. The chapter also highlights the early observations made about what would become known as the smoking gun of 9/11 — World Trade Center 7— and how its “collapse” exhibited all the characteristics of a controlled demolition.    
If you haven’t read the book’s introduction yet, it is included within this first chapter release.
Those who have partnered in the creation of this book through their donation of $35 or more can access all of the book’s chapters as they’re written! 
The password will be provided in a separate email.
If you haven’t yet partnered with Roland in the creation of this book, you still can!
With your one-time donation of $35 or more, you not only get access to the book as it’s written, but you also help sustain the organization as we continue our important fight for justice together!
Help us get this public indictment written and distributed all over the world!

If you're a donor of $35 or more to this project and wish to read this .pdf, please enter the password that was sent to your email. If you no longer have the password, simply contact us at book (at) to request it.

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