As 9/11 Continues to Justify State Crimes, New Book Reveals Suspects

Kevin Robert Ryan continues to embody truth, justice and the American way. Looks like a great book. Ryan’s research is a pathway to justice for the crimes of September, 11th, 2001. The crime of the century that was blamed on muslims, but more likely perpetrated by members of the military-industrial-complex. Large quantities of explosive thermite were found in the rubble of the demolished towers. Who put in inside the buildings? Who had the time, access and motive to create the catastrophic and catalyzing event of 9/11?

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The U.S. government has turned to 9/11 again in order to justify its program of spying on all Americans and to support a new, expanded war in Syria. Yet as Americans are distracted by these ongoing crimes, the deception behind the origin of the War on Terror is being more fully revealed.

Cover2CWere the crimes of September 11, 2001 solely the work of Osama bin Laden and nineteen troubled young Arabs, or were more powerful people involved? After a decade of investigation Kevin Ryan, the co-editor of the Journal of 9/11 Studies, offers an evidence-based analysis of nineteen other suspects.

With the support of victim’s families and leading 9/11 researchers, Another Nineteen looks at who was in position to accomplish major elements of the crimes that have yet be explained. Detailed evidence is presented that reveals how each of the alternative suspects had the means, motive and opportunity to…

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As 9/11 Continues to Justify State Crimes, New Book Reveals Suspects

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