The director of two films looking into Sept. 11, 2001 will be at the Watertown Free Public Library and his films can be seen on local cable.
The Boston 9/11 Truth group sent out the following announcement:
Please tune in to Watertown Cable Access TV during the upcoming weeks to watch broadcasts of important documentaries on 9/11. The series will begin with one and two hour documentaries by Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth titled: “9/11: Blueprint for Truth – The Architecture of Destruction” and “9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out.” The two documentaries present important evidence withheld by the mainstream media on the collapse of the Twin Towers. Over 2,300 architects and engineers support these findings in addition to experts in other fields including pilots, physics teachers, science professors, controlled demolition experts, psychologists and more.
In honor of those who died on 9/11 and to prevent another heinous crime of this nature, it is critical that this evidence be brought to the public. AE911 Truth is different in it’s approach to other researchers of 9/11 in that their research is 100% evidence-based. The group does not entertain theories.
In addition, Richard Gage, director of these films & founder of AE911 Truth, will be at the Watertown Library on Thursday, Nov. 19 presenting this work in person. He will also be presenting at the Architecture Boston Expo, one of the largest architectural expositions in the country, at the Boston Convention Center Nov. 17 to 19.
The current film series is sponsored by Boston 911 Truth, a group located here in Watertown. If you miss the showings on Watertown Cable, they are also viewable online on Youtube. For further information, visit: www.boston911truth.org or call 617-447-4732.