September 12th, 2009
(Telegraph) – Actor Charlie Sheen has issued a video message urging President Barack Obama to reopen investigation into the 9/11 attacks.
Sheen had earlier written an open letter to the President in which he claimed that there was cover-up by the Bush administration over the 2001 attacks that claimed the lives of several thousand people.
The six-and-a-half minute video – released on the eighth anniversary of the disaster – opens with news reports and footage of the incident with Sheen’s voiceover: “The questions Mr President, the questions.”
He then runs through the various “unanswered questions” such as World Trade Center workers and rescuers claiming the building imploded as if with detonations, sections of the media reporting the collapse before it actually happened and FBI translator Sibel Edmonds claiming Osama Bin Laden was working for the CIA up until 9/11.
The Two and a Half Men actor is then seen sitting in a garden as he addresses Barack Obama: “Good afternoon Mr President, I come to you today representing the families of the victims of September 11th as well as millions of my fellow Americans.”
“Hopefully by now you’ve had a chance to read my letter to you – Twenty Minutes with the President – and if not at least had its contents brought to your attention.”
The letter addresses 20 key points that Sheen feels need to be answered by a truly independent investigation.
“As my letter chronicles, Sir, 9/11 commission itself says they were lied to, deceived and essentially prevented from carrying out a real investigation.”
He then urges Mr Obama to use his “power as well as the responsibility to initiate a truly independent congressional investigation into the events of 9/11 as well as its aftermath.”
Sheen ends his message with the words: “We’re counting on you Mr President. Be on the right side of history.”
The highest paid actor on US television has also challenged 9/11 debunkers to a live debate.
He called out those who have publicly attacked him for speaking out on 9/11, particularly Meghan McCain, Rush Limbaugh Sean Hannity and Bill O’Reilly, to debate him on CNN’s Larry King Live.
Source: Telegraph Co UK