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Published: Friday, Sept. 20 2013 8:00 p.m. MDT

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InspectorC
Wasatch Front, UT

Geez.... who made up the schedule for this statewide tour??

Seven of the 20 days of the tour will be for locations in the SL Valley. Two days in Utah County. Two days in Tooele.

But NOT A SINGLE STOP in Davis, Weber, Morgan or Box Elder Counties (even as a whistlestop on their way to or from the Logan destination)!?!?

I'm sure the logistics of laying-out a tour like this are challenging, but, COME ON!!!

Sterling Allan
Ephraim, UT

Indeed, we honor the heroes who sought to save lives on 9/11/01, but I see a sub-theme of this whole scenario buying into the official story-line about what happened that day.

You will know when the memorial chunk drive comes through that it is a propaganda move designed to reinforce sentiment in favor of the official story when there will not be a single mention of any of the contrary points of view and evidence.

Some scientific polls show that as of 2006, 84% of US Citizens don't buy into the official story. (New York Times/CBS News poll) This number is growing as more people encounter evidence such as that Building 7, which wasn't hit by a plane, fell later that day at free-fall speed -- something that defies the laws of physics unless there were controlled demolition methods in play, which requires inside access.

I would feel differently if the event was an open forum, including pointing out the myriad of problems with the official story and the problems that the fear mongering is having on our society, creating a Big Brother monster with NSA snooping on all our correspondence.

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