Sunday, January 30, 2011

Richard Falk's response to UN Secretary General

Richard Falk "stressed . . . the importance of carefully examining evidence before drawing conclusions about political and legal responsibility for highly sensitive public acts, and the importance for the serenity of the society of achieving closure in a responsible manner. [He] never endorsed doubts about the official version of 9/11 beyond indicating what anyone who has objectively examined the controversy knows — that there remain certain gaps in the official explanation that give rise to an array of conspiratorial explanations, and that the 9/11 Commission unfortunately did not put these concerns to rest. [His] plea was intended to encourage addressing these gaps in a credible manner, nothing more, nothing less."

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