An editorial in today's Miami Herald accuses the government and the American public of "Avoiding the Hard Questions" about 9/11.
On the internet, a lot of questions have been raised by scientific experts and other credible sources concerning the incredible discrepancies and inconsistencies in official accounts of what happened on 9/11/2001. In the mainstream media, however, very little has been said.
Today's editorial indicates that the log jam on this story may be about to break. The Miami Herald is one of the first mainstream media sources that I've seen accentuate the fact that three towers, not two, fell to the ground that day. Outside of New York City, I doubt that many people are aware of that fact.
You don't have to be a rocket scientist to wonder whether the official explanations for the implosion of a third steel framed buildng -- uncompromised by any direct collision by an airplane -- seem implausible.
As the Miami Herald notes, many of the unanswered questions about 9/11 are being raised by an organization called "Scholars for 9/11 Truth."