Convicted felon, fugitive and leading 9/11 conspiracy theorist "journalist" Christopher Bollyn speaks out at his website, complaining about how he has been completely ignored by the 9/11 conspiracy theory community which he served so faithfully for many years. But at least Steven Jones still cares:
First of all, I want to extend my sincere thanks to the very kind, exceptionally gifted, and extremely generous people who have supported me during my ordeal with the authorities of Hoffman Estates and Cook County, Illinois. The sage advice and the financial, moral, and legal support that I have received from people around the world is nothing short of incredible.
A positive and substantial result of this sordid affair is that it has separated the wheat from the chaff; it has clearly distinguished friend from foe. Determining friend from foe among the patriot community and in the 9-11 truth movement is essential and my case has done exactly that. Apart from Eric Hufschmid, author of Painful Questions, and Prof. Steven Jones of Brigham Young University, not a single 9-11 researcher has even come forward to provide moral support.
Actually I would have to agree with him there. The 9/11 conspiracists lauded him for years, Bollyn and the American Free Press were mentioned more often in Loose Change than the New York Times or the Washington Post, but now that he is in trouble they drop him like a hot potato, with just one brief mention on 911 Blogger of his conviction. No loyalty among thieves I guess.
Bizarrely, Bollyn goes on to attack his enemies, claiming that they, including his former boss, rabid anti-Semite and Holocaust denier Willis Carto, work for the anti-Defamation League. Hmm, perhaps that is why the 9/11 deniers don't want to talk about him?