Dr. Richard Ellefritz is an assistant professor of sociology who completed his PhD researching the 9/11 Truth movement. He did this from a position of being within the movement himself. In this interview I ask ask him about how his own position on 9/11 formed and how it can be that different groups in society can interpret this pivotal day in history in such radically different ways – leaving us living in very different world from each other.

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Notes

Short video of WTC7 collapse

Documentary architects and engineers speaking out

Michael Parenti

Lies, War, and Empire

The Gangster Nature of the State

Lance deHaven-Smith

Conspiracy Theory in America

Understanding Deep Politics Conference

Wexler and Haver's article, "Conspiracy: A Dramaturgical Explanation

My doctoral dissertation, Discourse of the Truthers and Deniers of 9/11

Resource on the CIA "conspiracy" Dispatch

Where are the whistleblowers?

 

 

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