(Press TV) As the 13th anniversary of the attacks of September 11 2001 nears, attempts to learn the full facts continue. One of those attempts comes in the form of a play being held in London which explores the many unanswered questions surrounding that day.
The play, which focuses on building 7 at the world trade centre, is called Seven Seconds and features former MI5 agent David Shayler who in the 1990s blew the lid on British intelligence service attempts to use Al Qaeda linked militants to Assassinate former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. This is the memorial in London to those killed on 9/11. Many have claimed that attempts to get to the truth of what happened on that day are disrespectful to the memories of the dead. But one of the stars of the play is Matt Campbell, whose Brother Geoff was one of 67 Brits who died and he rejects attempts to silence the discussion as emotional blackmail. The play centres around the actual statements of real journalists who are played by actors and one of the characters is press TV’s very own Susan Modaress. The attacks of 9/11 continue to raise many questions in the minds of not just ordinary people but hundreds of engineers and architects who say the official story is simply untenable. The Organisers of this play say that it doesn’t mark the end of their efforts, but simply the beginning.
Source: Press TV