Adam Fitzgerald joined me to discuss the less talked about aspects of 9/11. We spent most of our time discussing the characters involved and around the event. We could have gone for hours on this subject, but as you will hear, I hit a wall at the 2 hour mark.
Roland Angle could never have imagined what his training and life experiences were preparing him for.
While he may not be well known to many in the 9/11 Truth Movement, the new chief executive officer of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth has a background that couldn’t be more appropriate for the critical role he has taken on.
Named CEO in October 2021 after the departure of founder Richard Gage, Angle brings to the battle for 9/11 truth more than 50 years’ experience as a civil engineer. He has owned three engineering firms, has taught engineering principles to high school students, and was trained in the use of explosives during his time with the Special Forces of the U.S. Army Reserves in the 1960s.
Featured in two AE911Truth films, 9/11: Explosive Evidence — Experts Speak Out (2012) and SEVEN (2020), Angle has been involved in the organization since its early days. In fact, in 2007, he became one of the earliest signatories of the AE911Truth petition, which has now been signed by more than 3,500 architects and engineers.
When he accepted the invitation to join the AE911Truth board of directors in 2016, Angle made it clear that a key objective of his would be to strengthen the organization’s outreach to engineers since the engineering establishment’s endorsement of the official story of 9/11 has been a significant obstacle to attaining a new investigation. To this end, he created Project Due Diligence (PDD), which has become one of the most effective programs ever at AE911Truth.
“The last step in the cover-up is really the most important, because they had to bring in leaders from the engineering community to oversee the examination of the evidence and the compiling of the reports,” Angle says.
He explains that some 500 engineers were involved in the official investigations into the destruction of the World Trade Center towers, and about two dozen decisions were “deliberately made to derail the investigations’ ability to reach an accurate conclusion.” Among these, he lists: “destroying the evidence, refusing to test for incendiaries, refusing to release their analysis and their computer models, and fabricating stories about the fireproofing removal.”
To get PDD rolling, Angle teamed up with longtime AE911Truth volunteer Tony Szamboti in 2017 to create a presentation, tailored to engineers, on the controlled demolition evidence. He also put together a team of volunteer presenters, all engineers and all signatories of the AE911Truth petition. They began in 2018 to make presentations to engineering groups — especially to branches of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and the National Society of Professional Engineers.
The Daily Mail, with a readership in the millions, published a lengthy and respectful piece yesterday on the family of Geoff Campbell and their soon-to-be-submitted petition for a new inquest into his murder on September 11, 2001.