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Aftermath: Unanswered Questions from 9/11 (2003)

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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Whether or not the answers offered are the truth, the questions are important
7 May 2005 | by (Bracknell , England) – See all my reviews

This film asks a series of important questions about 9-11, it is less challenging than some of the other films made in the same vein, it sticks to a few key areas where the there are blanks in the logic of what happened.

As time goes on, questions remain unanswered, the political exploitation of the terrorist threat continues and we really should be questioning the events of that day as clearly they have become the foundation of a series of actions which could not have otherwise happened.

My take... politicians are the lowest forms of life and more than capable of doing much more than they are accused of in this film, there was also more than adequate motive, but I also believe in the burden of proof being on the prosecution.

It is an interesting and stimulating film, which will have you discussing and even arguing your view for some time to come. Discussion and debate are a good thing and this is a worthy topic. The subject has been almost off limits due to the war and the knee jerk tabloid reactions, perhaps now in 2005 the public are ready to re-appraise the event that changed world history and to ask some of the questions that couldn't be asked at the time.


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