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Saturday, April 26, 2008

Elias Davidsson Petitions UN for 9/11 Truth

On 11 September 2001 approximately 3,000 people1 were killed in the United States in what was variously designated as a terrorist attack, an act of war or a crime against humanity. It was also a gross violation of human rights. Yet, the truth on this event remains elusive. No person has been convicted for this crime. Part I outlines the moral and legal foundations for the right to the truth and the obligations of states to adequately investigate human rights violations. Part II examines whether the investigation of the events of September 2001 has been effective in terms of promptness, thoroughness, impartiality, independence and transparency. The author concludes that the investigation of this mass murder has been grossly deficient both in terms of means and results: It failed to establish the identity of the perpetrators, the tools of the crime and the circumstances of death of most victims.



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