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Today we proudly release a powerful extended interview with mechanical engineer Tony Szamboti, who appears in The Unspeakable as a friend of 9/11 family member Bob McIlvaine.

In this interview, Szamboti summarizes the glaring errors in the analysis by engineering professor Zdeněk Bažant, who, in a series of papers published between 2002 and 2011, purported to explain how the Twin Towers could undergo total collapse once the tops of the towers began to fall.

Today, we are delighted to release an extended interview with psychologist Robert Griffin, who appears throughout The Unspeakable discussing emotional trauma and the power of bringing suppressed truths to light.

In this extended interview, he elaborates on the consequences of being a “post-truth” society and argues that facing the truth about 9/11 would not cause us to fall apart but would actually make us stronger.

A few days before the new year, I was greatly saddened to learn about the passing of retired Port Authority Police Department Sergeant Susan Martha Keane. She had died exactly two months earlier, on October 28, 2021, from a heart attack in her home in Palm Bay, Florida. She was only 62 years old.

I had come to know Sue because she was a first responder on 9/11 and a key witness to the blast wind that ripped through the lobby of the World Trade Center’s North Tower when the neighboring South Tower — along with some 800 people inside it — was blown up at 9:59 AM that morning.