North - West Evening Mail | 07/07/2007
A conspiracy theorist who survived the 9/11 attacks has been banned
from a Grange hotel over his controversial views.
Decorated hero William Rodriguez, who believes the US government were
behind the attacks, has been told he is not welcome at Graythwaite
Manor Hotel because of his "political views".
Mr Rodriguez, a former janitor credited with saving countless lives on
9/11, is due to give a talk on his experiences at the Victoria Hall in
Grange tonight (july 5) as part of his European lecture tour.
In February, Mr Rodriguez planted a tree in the grounds of Graythwaite
Manor to remember those who died on September 11, 2001, when
terrorists flew jets into the Twin Towers.
He was due back at the hotel tonight and tomorrow night as the guest
of owners Jimmy and Jane Duncan.
But in a press statement yesterday, Graythwaite Manor Hotel said he
would no longer be staying there.
Mr Rodriguez's lecture was organised by Cumbria 9/11 Truth and Peace
Group, which also holds controversial views on September 11.
In a statement Graythwaite Manor Hotel said: "After careful
consideration, the new management of Graythwaite Manor Hotel has
decided to postpone William Rodriguez visit to the hotel due to his
"Regarding the tree planting. The tree planted in the grounds of the
Graythwaite Manor Hotel is purely in remembrance of the victims of
9/11 and is in no way related to Cumbria 9/11 Truth and Peace Group."
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