The long awaited follow-up to the controversial documentary 911 In Plane Site is now available with the release of 911 Ripple Effect. New information and analyses are put forth by noted eyewitnesses, former military, pilots, and independent researchers. As more and more people are realizing the inconsistencies in the media version of the happenings on September 11, 2001, William Lewis and Dave vonKleist, the documentary’s producers, fervently hope to light a proverbial fire under the population so that they will rise up and demand a new, independent investigation both for the victims of September 11th, but most importantly for the survivors.
With the use of on-the-street interviews, each segment is introduced as citizens of “Any town USA” tell what they heard and saw as that catastrophic day in our history unfolded. You know the stories, but what did we REALLY see?
911 Ripple Effect presents evidence and information about images shown to the world that were described to us by the media, but the twist is, these very images do not support the “official” story the media and government continue to tell. Even these stories have changed to fit the terrorist-riddled version of tragedy in the United States. VonKleist and Lewis provide some fairly damning reports, especially by Pentagon Correspondent Jamie McIntyre of CNN, Marc Birnbach of FOX News, and a reporter for the BBC, that are in direct conflict with the “official” versions. McIntyre, nearly five years later, is heard trying to explain away statements he made during live, first coverage broadcasts, Birnbach disappeared from FOX News for several years, and has now returned, and the BBC reported the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 nearly twenty minutes earlier than the actual collapse.