Skip to content Skip to footer
|

Colorado PBS Runs 9/11 Film Sponsored by 9/11 Families: Experts Reject Official Story, Present Evidence of Demolition

Supporters of the film are urging pubic television viewers to ask their local stations to air the documentary.

Colorado Public Television is airing the documentary “9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out” in its airtime schedule, which premiered on August 28th of this year. The documentary produced by 1700 Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth contends that the manner in which the Twin Towers and World Trade Center Seven disappeared on 9/11, as described by the government, is physically impossible. The film is sponsored by, and features on-camera, survivor families of 9/11 victims.

The film enlists dozens of scientists and credentialed professionals in engineering, architecture, physics, chemistry, metallurgy, demolitions, and other disciplines to go on record with their reasons for believing the official story to be false, who present evidence of controlled demolitions.

The premiere broadcast was taped by Colorado PBS station KBDI-TV 12 in Denver, which includes an appearance in the CPT 12 studios by special guest Richard Gage, the founder of 1700 Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth. Colorado CPT 12, as the station is widely known, reaches 80% of the state’s population. The documentary has been rebroadcast numerous times due to demand, and is in the fall run-time line-up. It can be watched in full online at the CPT 12 website. It has risen to the “Most Watched” listing of the national PBS website.

CPT 12 has won numerous awards in public affairs and news broadcasting as well as in the mini-documentary/series category. It’s website message to viewers reads: “Dreamers, seekers, visionaries, explorers and rebels welcome here!”

Supporters of the film are urging pubic television viewers to ask their local stations to air the documentary.

90 minute documentary at Colorado PBS online HERE. (Includes special guest Richard Gage in PBS studios.)

A critical message, before you scroll away

You may not know that Truthout’s journalism is funded overwhelmingly by individual supporters. Readers just like you ensure that unique stories like the one above make it to print – all from an uncompromised, independent perspective.

At this very moment, we’re conducting a fundraiser with a goal to raise $48,000 in the next 8 days. So, if you’ve found value in what you read today, please consider a tax-deductible donation in any size to ensure this work continues. We thank you kindly for your support.