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Mark Stepnoski - NFL hero, drug law reformer, 9/11 Truther

Mark Stepnoski, a former Dallas Cowboy and nominee to the NFL Hall of Fame (as well as the former head of the D/FW National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws), has just come out in support of the 9/11 Truth Movement!

No, he's not one of those spastic kids who screams about how "Bush Did It"; he's a questioner, like myself, not pointing fingers, but asking the important questions. Read the final paragraphs of this interview for the whole skinny.

Here's an excerpt ...
We're being lied to. That's what bothers me the most. There's a lot of evidence in almost any area of the entire event, and you can bring up a lot of inconsistencies and unanswered questions just about the event itself. Two of the three steel-frame buildings that day collapsed due to fire, and that's never happened before, never in history. But that day it happened three times, including one building that didn't get hit by a plane. Building Number 7 didn't get hit by a plane and it went straight down in six and a half seconds. In the vast majority of U.S. cities that would have been the tallest building in the city. It had nothing but a couple of small fires on a couple of floors, but it fell down at free-fall speed in six and a half seconds. There are several engineers and architects who have made the argument that it was a controlled demolition because, again, there's never been a steel building collapse due to fire. So how can it happen three times in one day?

What can I say? The man's a Classic Iconoclast! And he's absolutely correct.


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