It's basically another 'hit piece' and yet we should appreciate this exposure on the mainstream media of 'conspiracy theorists' or rather, 9/11 Truthers incl victims' families who have got many unanswered questions.
Actually, while the reporter calls us 'conspiracy theorist' or tried to make somebody like Sander Hicks a bit silly by emphasizing that he is just someone who plays music in church rather than an author and investigator of 9/11 who's checking science and history, it does allow us to hear Keith Hamilton say that we should investigate if anyone has got questions and enough evidence to claim what they claim even though Chris the reporter didn't forget to say that Hamilton calls us 'conspiracy theorists'.
That's exactly what we want - a real investigation conducted by people who have no string attached, no 'conflict of interest' with the real culprits.
Despite it seems to be just another hit piece, I'm sure this will wake up many more American citizens who are aware that something was/is horribly wrong and are open-minded enough to listen to others' views. Therefore, I'm actually grateful to ABC. ;O)
The Truther Movement - ABC News
Meet the people who don't believe the government's explanation of 9/11.
Inside a 9/11 'Truther' Convention
March 08, 2010 6:30 PM
Chris Bury and producer Katie Hinman did just that this weekend -- attending a convention in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, alongside hundreds who share a collective distrust of the official explanation for the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. ...
Read more here, and see many comments posted there as well.