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February, 2004

Two Films Questioning 911 To Be Shown

Over two years after the grim events of "911" many questions remain unanswered. Many verifiable facts are at odds with the version of events reported by the Bush administration, and even investigators appointed by the Bush administration have cried foul at being stonewalled and under-funded.

Two films questioning the 'official' version of 911 will be shown on Thursday 12 February 2004 at 7 p.m., at the San Geronimo Valley Cultural Center.

The Great Deception, a video by Canadian journalist and news commentator Barry Zwicker and the Painful Deceptions by Eric Hofschmid examine in detail the official explanation of the tragic events of September 11, 2001 in comparison with evidence related to those events..

Each film raises serious questions about the official explanations of the 911 events and introduce challenging factual material which conflicts with official accounts.

If nothing else, the two producers contend convincingly that the official explanations of 911 are not complete.

The films are being presented as a public service by Phil Arnot of Lagunitas, a former World War II fighter pilot who is now a long-time peace activist.

The San Geronimo Valley Community Center is at 6350 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., San Geronimo, about 6 miles west of downtown Fairfax.



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