9/11 Icon Bill Doyle Openly Condemns US Government Complicity and Cover-up
Relentless 9/11 activist Bill Doyle, father of Joey Doyle, set up the first email communication network for 9/11 families, which now connects over 7,000 victim relatives. He is also a co-founder of 9/11 Families for a Secure America and a lead plaintiff in the trillion dollar “Saudi suit” filed by 9/11 Families United to Bankrupt Terrorism. Having to deal and maintain trust with the entire political spectrum of 9/11 kin, Bill has naturally been reluctant to take his own thoughts public, but Friday, July 6th, on the Alex Jones Show Bill finally outed his highly accusatory personal opinions on the 9/11 cover-up, government complicity, and the fact that perhaps half of his family network now feels the same way.
Jones: Sir you have questions about the official story don’t you?
Doyle: Oh, without question… the 9/11 Commission – that’s all a fallacy… The 9/11 commission is probably the worst representation of the 9/11 families, or for that matter the American public, because it is a sham, it really is. We had tons of questions that we asked them to ask, they wouldn’t do it, and the continuing coverup is just beyond belief.
Doyle: It almost looks like there was a conspiracy about 9/11 if you really look at all the facts, a lot of the families now feel the same way.
Doyle: From everything that I have looked at I am sure there is a lot of complicity… in the least, there had to be a lot of complicity. If you read all the facts there’s no way that nineteen hijackers carried out this mission… Where was NORAD? It was called a step-down – don’t do anything – let it happen…”
Doyle: There is just such a continuing coverup, why don’t [they] just let the information about 9/11 be known? Then maybe this conspiracy type of thing would go away, but it’s never gonna go away, or at least I don’t think it ever can go away, because they were complicit.
Jones: With your 7,000 members [..] what percentage, just guesstimation, would you say believe that 9/11 was an inside job to some extent.
Doyle: Maybe half, maybe. It’s probably 50-50. You know, a lot of people themselves are probably trying to move on in life, and a lot of them are seeking mental health organizations [..] they don’t even want to look back to 9/11 because they just can’t believe that our government failed them so badly.