The crime against the nation was never investigated. That fact tells us everything we need to know about September 11, 2001. While independent research suggests that the commercially-alleged perpetrators of 9/11 could NOT have accomplished their mission without help from the inside, the absence of an investigation
solidifies that suggestion into fact. The absence of an investigation confirms that whoever ordered
this crime against humanity, watched by the world that day, also had the power to escape investigation of -- and prosecution for -- that crime. Do 19 hijackers -- even with Bin Laden's help -- have the juice to exert that much political influence? From the grave?
With the stifling absence of an investigation being the simple fact of the case, the question becomes how can a prosecution against the perpetrators of 9/11 ever be successful when their identity has never been disclosed, much less investigated?
Is the current "War on Terror" attacking the right target? Do the soldiers involved know who the enemy is? Or are they caught in a staged situation, along with the rest of us?
Someone beyond the commercially-alleged perpetrators, someone with skill sets in the domain of "shock and awe," had, at the very least, a hand in 9/11. And research tends to suggest that not only was it a hand, but that all those who had a hand in 9/11 were corruptible beyond imagination -- and inadvertently supported by those elements of the American public who share the attitude that the inability to imagine evil is a virtue.
The first rule of 9/11 research is that "failure of imagination,"
a term coined by the 9/11 Commission, is unacceptable. Those who support an international investigation couldn't agree more. Which makes the difference between 9/11 Truth and the 9/11 Commission not so much a political difference as a difference in degree, a degree of separation between those who care about the truth and those who don't.