And Now for A Little Audience Participation
We'd like to request some help from our readers. Look through posts here and elsewhere for the most obvious examples of:
1. Lies in Loose Change. We're looking here for whoppers that it doesn't take two hands to handle; something that is quite obvious. For example, the claim that the cable spools were untouched, when we can see that they've quite obviously been knocked around a great deal. The best ones of these are the ones where the lie is even contradicted in the movie.
2. Mistakes in Loose Change. B-52, B-25, what's the diff? Again, obvious ones, not stuff that it's going to take a master's degree in engineering to understand. Like showing a shoulder-fired missile/rocket and implying it's a cruise missile.
3. Distortions in Loose Change. Whoo-boy there's a lot to pick through here. The most obvious ones to me are the four carefully selected quotes from Somerset County Coroner Wally Miller, which are chosen to give the impression there were no human remains at the United 93 crash site. Never mind that Miller and his ME team have identified remains of 12 of the people on that flight at the scene.
4. Here's one for the CT crowd: How about giving us a couple examples where something in the movie is validated by mainstream media accounts? There are a lot of bit players in Loose Change; do any of them back up the movie? I was looking around a little earlier for example on the power down story and the guy cited there apparently does believe in the CT. Let's hear about more backup for the movie.
This is part of the nature of an investigative blog like Screw Loose Change. James and I can do a lot of research. But the best work is done when the readers chip in and lend a hand.
Update: Lotta paranoia in the comments already over what we're trying to accomplish with this task. Mainly we're trying to organize the data we've already accumulated, and also point to dead-ends in the investigation. Scott Forbes of Fiduciary Trust apparently has confirmed the account of his suspicions about the power down, so there's no sense investigating that.