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The 75 Professors Who Believe 9/11 Was an Inside Job

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Seventy five leading academics have stunned America by claiming the 9/11 terrorist attacks were orchestrated by warmongers inside the White House. The professors and scientists believe the attacks on New York and Washington were an ‘inside job’ carried out to justify the invasion and the occupation of oil-rich countries.

Their claims have caused outrage in the U.S. ahead of the fifth anniversary, on Monday, of the raids, which left almost 3,000 dead.

The academics calling themselves 9/11 Scholars for Truth say, however, that the facts of their investigations cannot be ignored and they have overwhelming evidence that points to one of the biggest conspiracies ever.

In essays and journals, the 75 experts from universities across the U.S.

give credence to many of the conspiracy theories which have circulated on the Internet since 2001.

One member of the group, Professor Steven Jones, who lectures in physics at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, said: ‘We don’t believe that 19 hijackers and a few others in a cave in Afghanistan pulled this off acting alone.

‘We challenge this official theory and, by God, we’re going to get to the bottom of this.’ The academics believe a group of U.S. neoconservatives called the Project for a New American Century, which is set on U.S. world dominanation, orchestrated the attacks on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon as an excuse to hit Afghanistan, Iraq and later Iran.

Professor Jones said it was impossible for the Twin Towers to have collapsed in the way they did from the collision of two planes.

He says jet fuel does not burn at temperatures high enough to melt steel beams and claims horizontal puffs of smoke seen during the collapse of the towers are indicative of controlled explosions used to bring down the towers.

The 9/11 Commission-dismissed the numerous conspiracy theories after its exhaustive investigation into the terror attacks but the academics are urging Congress to reopen the inquiry.

Examinations of the towers’ structure have sought to prove they were weakened by the impact which tore off fire retardant materials and led to the steel beams bending under heat and then collapsing.

Christopher Pyle, professor of constitutional law at Mount Holyoake College in Massachusetts dismissed the academics’ line.

He said: ‘To plant bombs in three buildings with enough bomb materials and wiring? It’s too huge a project and would require far too many people to keep it a secret afterwards.

‘After every major crisis, we’ve had conspiracy theorists who come up with plausible scenarios for gullible people. It’s a waste of time.’

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