WTC First-Responder Eye Witnesses

Screening of Dr. Graeme MacQueen at Toronto Hearings

On May 12th, an overview of the Toronto Hearings were presented, and a 68-minute video of one of the most compelling presentations, that of Dr. Graeme MacQueen. The retired Ontario, Canada professor speaks on the well over a hundred World Trade Center first-responder eye witnesses who describe hearing and/or seeing explosions or explosives on 9/11. The Toronto Hearings spanned four days in September 2011, ending on the day of the 10th anniversary of 9/11. Experts and scientists from around the world gathered in Toronto, Canada to present new and established evidence that questions the official story of 9/11. This evidence was presented to a distinguished panel of experts.

MacQueen helped found McMaster’s Centre for Peace Studies, which he directed from 1989-1996. He is currently co-director of the project Media and Peace Education in Afghanistan, funded by the Canadian International Development agency. Q&A followed the presentation.

SCREENING: A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City (1995)

Produced in Oklahoma, this film examines eyewitness testimony and expert research omitted from the official account of the event that took the lives of 168 people including 19 children.

As with the tragic events of September 11, 2001, the bombing of the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City left in its wake a trail of unanswered questions, an official story built on omissions and distortions, and justifications for draconian federal legislation.