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In this expanded version of '9/11 Revealed' Ian Henshall examines the precedents of black operations by the US/UK, from Northern Ireland to Italy, from Vietnam to Kosovo; he looks at the various 9/11 theories, including the latest twists in the official story, and tests them against the evidence. In this expanded version of '9/11 Revealed' Ian Henshall examines the precedents of black operations by the US/UK, from Northern Ireland to Italy, from Vietnam to Kosovo; he looks at the various 9/11 theories, including the latest twists in the official story, and tests them against the evidence.


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In this expanded version of '9/11 Revealed' Ian Henshall examines the precedents of black operations by the US/UK, from Northern Ireland to Italy, from Vietnam to Kosovo; he looks at the various 9/11 theories, including the latest twists in the official story, and tests them against the evidence. In this expanded version of '9/11 Revealed' Ian Henshall examines the precedents of black operations by the US/UK, from Northern Ireland to Italy, from Vietnam to Kosovo; he looks at the various 9/11 theories, including the latest twists in the official story, and tests them against the evidence.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Colin Guy

    This is an absolutley compelling read. It addresses real inconsistencies in microscopic detail in entire tragedy of 9.11. It is not in the rabid vein of Michael Moore nor does it wantonly pander to the whims of conspiracy theorists, yet asks significant questions about key issues with often disturbing conclusions. I don't usually reccomend books, but would gladly make an exception in this case. It is not enough just to review this book...it has to be read. This is an absolutley compelling read. It addresses real inconsistencies in microscopic detail in entire tragedy of 9.11. It is not in the rabid vein of Michael Moore nor does it wantonly pander to the whims of conspiracy theorists, yet asks significant questions about key issues with often disturbing conclusions. I don't usually reccomend books, but would gladly make an exception in this case. It is not enough just to review this book...it has to be read.

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    Kathy

    Makes it impossible to believe the White House's conspiracy theory. Makes it impossible to believe the White House's conspiracy theory.

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