Roberts & Wieck with the Loosers
Here's at least Part I of the debate on Hardfire.
Dylan does surprise me at about 6:45:
We made that film essentially as a bunch of kids. That's the reality of the situation; we were a bunch of kids tackling a subject far beyond the scope of any one documentary. I would be the first to admit that our film definitely contained errors, it still does contain some dubious claims, and it does come to some conclusions that are not 100% backed up by the facts.... Loose Change is not really a very fair representation of the 9-11 Truth Movement. I'd recommend 9-11 Press for Truth, 9-11 Mysteries--really 9-11 Press for Truth is the one you can show to anybody.
Maybe he is really humble?
Bermas "covers" a Flight 93 point at about 8:50:
"95% of the aircraft has been recovered, but I've never seen it. With TWA 800, you got to see the hanger--whatever happened with TWA 800, you know it hit the ocean and it was dispersed throughout there--and they did put together a large portion of that aircraft and everybody got to see it...."
Of course, the reason why they put together TWA 800 was because they wanted to know what happened to it. There was no "mystery" about what happened to United 93, and thus there was no reason to reconstruct the aircraft.
Watching the rest of this half-hour now and will append more thoughts as they come up.
Update: Bermas apparently thinks Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was executed. Heck of a researcher, there, Dylan!
Update II: Discussion in the JREF Forum. Discussion over at the Looser Forum. I especially enjoy this comment from Roxdog over there:
I think you nailed it right there. I know I can come off as pretty abrasive but I'm am normally very polite and nice until my intelligence or sanity is questioned.
Funny thing, Rox, but nobody ever questions my intelligence or sanity, although given how often I try playing Ace-Five suited perhaps they should.