Robert Parry

Why media go to great lengths to avoid the 9/11 ‘scoop of the century’

Self-preservation plays a part in media’s blindness. (Photo: Daily News, Sri Lanka)

Latest installment of Fran Shure’s series examines how compliant and fearful journalists perpetuate the cover-up

By Barrie Zwicker (Special to Truth and Shadows)

It’s telling that one of the finest critiques of journalism’s abject and historic failure to simply report what’s known about 9/11 comes from a non-journalist.

Frances T. Shure, a psychotherapist from Denver, Colorado, has just completed “The Role of the Media: Act I, Whatever Happened to Investigative Journalists?” which is Part 21 of a series of essays written for Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth entitled “Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—About 9/11?” (The article will be posted on AE911Truth’s website this week, and as soon as it is we’ll post the link here.)

Thankfully, Part 21 ranges well beyond AE911Truth’s well-chosen but specific orbit. As Shure’s disclaimer states, AE911Truth sticks to its knitting, “does not speculate as to the identity or motives of (more…)