David Griffin Speech, 4/18/05 (UW – Madison)

A few days back, I pointed everyone to an explosive lecture on the events of 9/11/01 by David Griffin, author of the bestselling book, The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions. Griffin’™s well documented and engaging presentation – everything the advance reviews led me to believe – was broadcast on CSPAN this morning.

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A few days back, I pointed everyone to an explosive lecture on the events of 9/11/01 by David Griffin, author of the bestselling book, The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions. Griffin’™s well documented and engaging presentation – everything the advance reviews led me to believe – was broadcast on CSPAN this morning.

In the previous posting, there was a link to an exceptionally large .avi file of the lecture at 911Blogger; a 150mb bandwidth hog. Downloads of the non-streaming file ate up 911Blogger’™s bandwidth very quickly, so availability of the vid has been somewhat spotty. (Update: There is now an 80 25mb windows media version online here. If you download the file, please hit dz’™s PayPal tip cup with a buck or three to help defray the bandwidth cost, and as thanks for the hard work!)

Earlier today, I was in contact with the sponsoring organization of the lecture (MJUCA) inquiring about the availability of streaming video or a written transcript. Neither are online yet, however, audio of the lecture (.mp3 format) can be downloaded or streamed at septembereleventh.org’™s website. Griffin’™s entire presentation, with Q&A, runs about an hour and twenty minutes – time well spent, imo.

Take a listen.

Update, 5/1: From the comments, David Patnode attended Dr. Griffin’™s lecture in Madison, and offers a thoughtful review at Serendipity.

Saturday, April 30th, 2005 by Richard Blair |
Category: Terrorism

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