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Tuesday, September 12, 2006

BYU Professor Put On Leave After 9/11 Claims

A BYU professor has been put on leave after making the suggestion that the World Trade Center was brought down by explosives.

The University said, "It's concerned that his work on this topic has not been published in appropriate scientific venues." What would those appropriate scientific venues be BYU? The last time I looked, he is entitled to say what he wants, when he wants, and have it published wherever he wants. I didn't know that he needed BYU's permission to have his work published, or BYU's approval of appropriate venues for his work.

Again, this story doesn't surprise me. If you question the "official" story of what happened on September 11, 2001, you're a traitor. You're a terrorist sympathizer. You're aiding and abetting the terrorists. You're unpatriotic. You're a lunatic. You should be shot. There's plenty more that's been said.

The point here is, this professor is entitled to say what he wants. Believe it or not, he's not the only person who doesn't believe the "official" 9/11 story. He should be reinstated immediately. If not, he should file a lawsuit against BYU for discrimination. It's a clear violation of his rights because BYU doesn't agree with what he has to say so they suspended him. They're trying to silence him because they don't like what he said, and because he didn't play by their rules.


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