Griffin and Woodworth Release New Book on the 9/11 Consensus Panel’s Findings – Global Research

25-10-18 07:11:00,

Panel of 23 Experts Identifies 51 Falsehoods in the Official Reports

On September 11, 2018, veteran 9/11 researchers David Ray Griffin and Elizabeth Woodworth released the book 9/11 Unmasked, which details the 51 points published by the 23-member 9/11 Consensus Panel since its formation in 2012.

We encourage all 9/11 scholars and activists to purchase a copy of this book and familiarize yourself with the “best evidence” as evaluated by this panel of 23 experts on the events of 9/11.

“This book compiles the work of several years, distilling thousands of pages of documents through the extraordinary intellectual and organizational spirit and skills of its authors. . . . Speaking as one of the panelists included in this process, I can say that it is the most important work I will ever be involved with.” — Dr. Matthew Witt, Professor of Public Administration, University of La Verne

“An enhanced method of peer-review, a standardized best-evidence consensus model, commonly used in science and medicine, is systematically applied to various propositions concerning the crimes of September 11, 2001. Fifty-one conclusions were obtained by the panel and these are organized into nine categories for clarity of exposition.” — Dr. Timothy E. Eastman, physicist

“The definitive book on the defining event of the 21st century.” — Edward Curtin, Instructor of Sociology, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

9/11 UnmaskedTitle: 9/11 Unmasked: An International Review Panel Investigation

Author: David Ray Griffin and Elizabeth Woodworth

ISBN: 9781623719746

Publisher: Interlink Books

Click here to order.

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