‘Unmasked’ Reviewed

David Ray Griffin has written another book on 9/11, this time with co-author Elizabeth Woodworth, 9/11 Unmasked, ISBN 978-1-62371-974-6.

According to its subtitle, 9/11 Unmasked is “an international review panel investigation.” The IRP is composed of 23 persons from a broad range of fields, and several nations, all well versed on 9/11.

The book is organized around specific questionable claims of the official government account of the events of 2001-09-11. Each dubious claim is the topic of exactly one chapter. The assertions themselves are refuted in a standard format:

The Official Account: … .

The Best Evidence: … .

Conclusion: … .

Best Evidence in each chapter refutes a claim of The Official Account.

Specific assertions of The Official Account were chosen for refutation from the many available by the criterion that 85 percent or more IRP members, acting independently, judged it to warrant inclusion.

Some chapters, for example Chapter 1, are as short as one-half page. Others require one whole page. Most take up several pages.

9/11 Unmasked  is not uninterrupted easy reading! Many chapters require slow and careful attention to get right. Yet overall it is a new approach — and a good one — to have a consensus analysis of points of 9/11 evidence that prove the official account is bogus.

— Bruce

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *