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I'm really not sure that they'd be the right ones to do it. And certainly, to claim this would answer the conspiracy theories "once and for all" is patently ridiculous. Is there anybody holding a 9/11 conspiracy theory who would believe a word of something on FOX "News?"
That said, this piece exposes a few of the problems I have with 9/11 theory "debunking." (I give a full accounting of where I stand in this post.) The subject is treated like a big joke, "look how crazy these theories are." Then, they are "debunked" by an "expert." And that's it, that's the last word. Sorry, real debate doesn't work that way. And last, even if you believe they've disproved some of these theories conclusively, it doesn't prove that the official version is 100% true, nor does it refute the possibility of some of the theories that aren't covered. Ah, well.
On 9/11 anniversary, Fox 'debunks conspiracy theories once and for all'
On the morning of the sixth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, Fox News Channel's Fox and Friends sought to 'debunk' conspiracy theories about the tragedy with the help of guest James Meigs, editor-in-chief of Popular Mechanics magazine.
"Still many crazy conspiracy theories," said host Steve Doocy, adding that Meigs was there to "debunk all of those 9/11 myths once and for all."
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