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Cindy Sheehan on 9/11 Truth

This past weekend, I camped in Crawford, at Cindy Sheehan's ranch. I covered the Easter weekend events for The Lone Star Iconoclast, and spoke with a variety of interesting people.

W. Leon Smith, the editor of Iconoclast, thought it would be a good idea for some "Iconocasts". So I recorded a series of podcasts, which are available here. He specifically asked me to find Cindy Sheehan and ask her about the 9/11 Truth Movement.

I could not recall Cindy ever saying much about it in the past, so I toss this out there for all those Net-Philes to make of it what they will.

Cindy on 9/11 Truth:
"I support the 9/11 Truth Movement. They have their mission. I have my mission. And I support a valid investigation into what went on, on 9/11, because I think the other investigation was totally bogus. I don't have time to be involved in it, and I don't have time to study it, but the 9/11 Truth Movement knows that I support their work.

"Everyone asks, 'Oh, Cindy, have you seen Loose Change?' Well, yeah I have, and it didn't convince me. You know? Its a lot of drawings, he-said, she-said without putting the people on the camera ... It just didn't convince me. But I know something is wrong with their findings, the 9/11 Commission's findings. When you can have people go and testify and not be under oath, overlook a lot of facts ... That is not a valid investigation."
You can hear her speak those words by clicking here.

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