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German PBS Equivalent To Air Documentary On Unansweredquestions.Org

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June 19, 2003

A German TV documentary: "Aktenzeichen 11.9. ungelöst" (File 9/11 unsolved) will be broadcast on Friday, June 20th, 2003, 23.00 h MEST Middle European Summertime in the WDR (Westdeutsche Rundfunk, see website below). It features James Bamford, author of Body of Secrets, founders Kyle F. Hence, Catherine Austin Fitts (Former Assistant Secretary Dept. of Housing Bush 41), Tom Flocco and 9/11 researcher and activist Allan Duncan. German born NY resident and pioneering 9/11 researcher Nico Haupt was also interviewed. believes this will be the first television broadcast globally on a major or 'primary' television network that directly explores the outstanding questions and issues surrounding the attacks of September 11th and challenges the status quo line on 9/11. Barrie Zwicker's Great Deception series on VisionTV, a relatively small cable network in Canada was the first television event to directly challenge the official story regarding 9/11.

WDR is German equivalent of our PBS. With a positive response and demand there may be an international version of the film released in the coming months and the filmmakers are set to publish a companion book as well.

For more information please contact:
Kyle F. Hence

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