Monday, April 26, 2010

pakistani tells '60 minutes' that US attacked itself on 9/11

from raw replay: CBS' Leslie Stahl talked with Pakistani students in Pakistan’s Swat valley. One student told Stahl that the US attacked itself on 9/11 as excuse to go to war with Muslim countries. This video is from CBS’ 60 Minutes, broadcast April 25, 2010.


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1 comment:

georip said...

It is about time for 60 Minutes to reopen the investigation into 9/11 with their own analysis. Bets are they blithely go along with the official cover up. These Pakistani students may not be correct about every detail but they understand the big picture. American Empire is out to shoot the moon.

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