Today, there are numerous websites with alternative lectures of the 911 events. Our selection of websites below is based on what the editors believe to be the most influential, extensive and/or consistent. Most are in English. Our aim is to keep the list up to date.
We complete the list with the official website of the US government about 9/11, namely that of the 9/11 Commission including the corresponding special 9/11 page of the FBI.
Of course, there are also websites that defend the official conspiracy theory, although much smaller in number. For the sake of balance, we conclude with the two most important websites that attempt to invalidate the facts and conclusions surrounding our standpoints. Judge yourself.
Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry
Read all about the Grand Jury Investigation here.
This comprehensive and well-arranged website is supported by a group of American citizens who believe that it is essential that “We the People” understand the evidence and the consequences of the September 11, 2001 attacks. The site collects much of the proven information that has been searched for years in videos, books and articles, both in printed form and on various websites.
The Consensus Panel consists of 23 members and conducts research regarding the events of 9/11 on the basis of accurate argumentation. This argumentation, which results from the use of a standard scientific assessment process, is available for any research by the public, the media, academics or any other research team or institute. The panel regularly highlights selections from the Consensus Points, with links to the full supporting documentation. Bovenstaande link voert naar de gedeeltelijk Nederlandse vertaling van de site. The above link leads to the partially Dutch translation of the site. The list of points of agreement is particularly interesting.
Website of the leading organization “Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth” where now more than 3,000 engineers and architects have joined. Together with 22,700 supporters, they demand a new, independent investigation into the collapse of the 3 towers in New York.
A remarkable website containing a database with summaries of press releases. The website makes it possible for the reader to follow the timeline of thousands of entities (people, companies, locations, etc.) as built up by the press releases in the database. This timeline forms the basis for the “Press for Trutt” documentary.
A site where research articles can be offered for publication, after which they must be approved by “referees”, comparably with the “peer review” process in the scientific literature. For those who begin their 9/11 research, they have set up a step-by-step plan.
Website with quotes from people who enjoy a certain authority in the US and express their doubts about the reporting of 9/11.
The site of Professor Leroy Hulsey of the University of Fairbanks, Alaska who has two students obtained their PhD on the question whether building WTC 7 could collapse in the way the NIST institute (the American TNO) reported it, namely only because of fire as a cause.
Website compiled by family members of 9/11 victims who have been left with questions. This site has not been updated from 13-02-2005 but is still interesting.
Websites with critical essays per topic on a wide range of issues from 9/11.
Websites that focus on mathematical and physical aspects of what happened on 9/11.
The most extensive Dutch-language website about 9/11, which has no equal even internationally. It is the personal website of researcher Frank Ho, who has been collecting all 9/11 material since 2006 and subject it to critical consideration. Frank Ho can also be followed on Twitter with almost daily tweets about 9/11 and more or less related issues.
A small selection of personal sites from other researchers who have been dealing with 9/11-related questions for a long time and in most cases still do so:
The official website of the 9/11 Commission, including the FBI site where the documents are referred to by this committee:
Finally, the two most extensive “debunker” sites. These sites defend the views expressed by the US government: