Dylan on Loose Change FC
This MP3 file is mostly a debate between Chicago talk-show host Mancow and Alex Jones, but Dylan Avery comes on near the end. At about 67:00, Dylan talks about Loose Change FC:
"I can't go into too much detail now, but we're going to be in theatres in 2007 no matter what. If I had to put an estimate on it, it's probably going to be Spring... we're sticking to hard evidence, we're bringing up the ISI connection, Norman Mineta's testimony, we've already got an interview with Ray McGovern... that's why when I get all these attack pages or people criticizing us for what we say in the second edition, it doesn't even bother me, because things that I suggest in the second edition are merely that, they're just suggestions, and when the final cut drops in theatres, these people are going to have nothing to say to us, because we're sticking to all the things that we can prove."
I'm just baffled as to how he's going to bring in the ISI connection; it involves a (dubious) claim that the head of the ISI wired $100,000 to Mohammed Atta, shortly before the attacks. But of course the problem with this story is that Dylan Avery doesn't believe that Mohammed Atta was the ringleader of the 9-11 attacks, so what does the supposed $100,000 wire transfer mean? It's like saying that I have proof that OJ Simpson gave Al Cowlings a knife dripping with blood the night of Nicole's murder, but I don't think OJ was the killer. Say what?