As the nation marks 20 years since the September 11 attacks, Mickey interviews Ray McGinnis, the author of a new book that looks at numerous questions that remain unanswered by official authorities. This new book further explores questions not even addressed by the 9/11 Commission despite being submitted by the 9/11 Family Steering Committee that lobbied the Bush administration to launch a formal investigation into the attacks. Then long-time 9/11 researcher Ken Jenkins explains why activists must be aware of cognitive biases in their own thinking, especially on controversial issues such as 9/11. While Jenkins still questions the official narratives around those events, he has also pointed out the many mistakes made by the movement and other areas where the government claims have proven to be true despite other lingering inconsistencies.
Ray McGinnis is the author of the new book “Unanswered Questions: What the September Eleventh Families Asked and the 9/11 Commission Ignored.” He is a freelance writer and writing instructor. Ken Jenkins is an independent video producer and long-time 9/11 researcher. He holds a degree in electrical engineering, and has also extensively studied psychology.