Representative Of Largest 9/11 Families Group Says Government Complicit
Representative Of Largest 9/11 Families Group Says Government Complicit In Attack
Tells radio host 9/11 Commission a sham, "cover-up beyond belief"
The representative of the largest group of 9/11 families says that the official version of events is a fallacy and that the NORAD stand down and evidence of incendiary devices used to bring down the towers amount to government complicity in the attacks - a conclusion shared by half of the 9/11 families he represents.
Doyle heads the Coalition of 9/11 Families and lost his own son Joey in the collapse of the twin towers.
"If you want to believe what they want to snow you under on like the 9/11 Commission - that's a total fallacy," said Doyle.
"The continuing cover-up is beyond belief," Doyle told GCN radio host Alex Jones.
Doyle questioned why WTC steel that was withheld from NIST for examination for explosives was used instead to build a battleship.
"Isn't it amazing how they got it out of this country within days," said Doyle as he addressed the cover-up of the physical evidence from a crime scene.
Doyle said he had personally talked to six different individuals who were at the World Trade Center site and described incendiary devices before the collapse of the towers.
"It's documented proof that tower 7 was not hit by a plane yet it goes up in flames then the owner of the place Larry Silverstein himself ordered it to be pulled at 4 o'clock that afternoon and all of a sudden it exploded straight down."
"We have two planes fly into the towers and all of a sudden they get blown up within an hour and a half - that's impossible," said Doyle.
Doyle estimated that around half of the family members his organization represents think that there was government complicity in the attacks.
"It looks like there was a conspiracy behind 9/11 if you really look at all the facts - a lot of families now feel the same way."
"Where was NORAD," asked Doyle as he highlighted the implausible gap between the known hijacking times of Flight 93 and Flight 77 and their eventual destruction.
"It was called a step-down - don't do anything - let it happen."
"From everything I look at I'm sure there was a lot of complicity - in the least there had to be a lot of complicity - if you read all the facts there's no way that nineteen hijackers carried out this mission," Doyle told Jones.
Doyle also spoke out on establishment charities withholding large portions of donations from 9/11 families and how 9/11 whistleblowers have been punished meanwhile individuals who facilitated the attacks were rewarded.