Truther Videographer Sonnenfeld to Face Murder Charge for Killing His Wife
A story that has hung out there for years is about to have some resolution:
Mr. Sonnenfeld, who has claimed that he has proof that the American government had prior knowledge of the Sept. 11 attacks, and who has gained a following among like-minded conspiracy theorists, has said the government and prosecutors colluded to frame him for his wife’s death in order to silence him. The Denver district attorney’s office has denied these allegations.
Argentina’s courts had rejected extradition requests from the Justice Department, saying the district attorney’s office could not guarantee Mr. Sonnenfeld would be spared the death penalty in Colorado if convicted. But in a new ruling, the Argentine Supreme Court said it now had the assurances it needed to approve the extradition of Mr. Sonnenfeld.
You know how it is; if he really had evidence that the government had foreknowledge, he would have his lawyers reveal it prior to the trial and create a sensation. Instead I expect the attorneys to negotiate some sort of plea deal, which of course the Truthers will claim included him not mentioning his 9-11 evidence.