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Aftermath: Unanswered Questions from 9/11 (2003)

Video  -  Short  -  21 April 2003 (USA)
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Controversial documentary that highlights a series of alarming issues that were ignored by the mainstream media's coverage of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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AfterMath delves into the troubling span of issues that have arisen since the attacks on 9/11, including the negligence of military officials in reacting to the hijackings, proven links between the hijackers, Pakistani intelligence (ISI) and the CIA, the role of oil in the Eurasian conflict, and the impact of post-911 legislation on American civil liberties. The film poses questions that continue to overshadow and critically challenge the administration's official version of the story, and is a must see for those who continue to question the terrible and as yet unexplained events of that day. Written by Stephen Marshall

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Bland Conspiracy Video
27 February 2012 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Aftermath: Unanswered Questions from 9/11 (2003)

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This here is one of the many conspiracy videos out there dealing with the terrorist events of September 11. This one here features eleven different questions being answered by eleven different people. I must say that 9/11 will never escape my mind as I still remember every second of that day as if it was yesterday. No one needs to talk about the historic importance of that day but as with all major events there are going to be those who feel that the government lied about what really happened. This is just one video making various claims about what did or didn't really happen. The way I view things is that you can never really know but I've never been one to believe everything any side tells me. Whether that's the government or the producers of this film. I must say that this is perhaps the most bland and boring of the conspiracy videos that I've seen for a number of reasons. For one, there's a narrator who is speaking with such a deep voice that it just sounds fake and this adds some unintentional laughs to everything being said. Another problem is the format itself as having eleven questions being answered by eleven people, none of them experts, just struck me as being bland. I'm always nervous about any documentary that just shows one side but this film here not only does that but they really don't offer up any proof of what the people here are saying. They tell us why 9/11 was staged but the next thing on my mind is where's any evidence and none is ever given. We're told that the U.S. let Pearl Harbor happen just like they let 9/11 happen yet I need more than just some guy telling me this is what happened. At just 30-minutes this thing is way too short to really dig into anything that we're told and in the end it's a rather pointless film.


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