Saturday, March 17, 2007

'Government Conspiracy' Forces Cancellation of "National 9/11 Debate."

(BNN – March 16 – Mt. Pleasant, SC) Ed Haas, organizer of the long-scheduled “National 9/11 Debate” revealed in an exclusive interview with BNN the real reason for the cancellation of the debate.

“There is no question that it was a government conspiracy to prevent supporters of the “official story” from participating.”

Haas was organizer of the debate planned in mid-1996 and originally scheduled for September 16, 2006 but postponed until March 10,2007. “…it is now time for the nation to witness a fearless and thorough debate on 9/11 that publicly answers the questions and concerns of a troubled and divided nation.  It’s time for The National 9/11 Debate™,”  Hass wrote on his web site.

“…the 9/11 Commissioners, NIST scientists, and other key personnel responsible for the government’s non-sustainable account of what happened in the United States on September 11, 2001 all refuse to participate in the National 9/11 Debate that was originally scheduled for September 16, 2006.”

Haas suspected a conspiracy early on. “When I contacted 9/11 commissioners and NIST scientists, they all said they could not find seats on any airline. I checked all the major online discount reservation sites and there were plenty of seats available to Charleston SC from Washington….what a crock!”

NIST spokesperson, Edmund Toohey, told BNN that “government agencies are forbidden to fly with discount fares…all of the full-fare seats were sold out.” 9/11 Commission members said they could not find any government plane available for the dates needed. “All of the small private government jets were booked to Las Vegas, Branson, and Orlando.”

Hass said that this “is just more proof of the the government cover up of 9/11 complicity. No government official would ever show his face in Las Vegas or Branson.”

Hass says that he will not reschedule the debate. “The good news is that the Muckraker Report no longer believes that a debate is necessary….There really isn’t much to debate any longer.”