7 9/11 Conspiracy Theories and Why They are Wrong

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Plenty of discussions have taken place regarding the terrible attacks on the World Trade Center, and now we’re going to take a look at 7 9/11 conspiracy theories and why they are wrong.

On September 11, 2001, one of the most terrible terrorist attacks took place in New York, leaving the United States and the entire world in complete shock. The coordinated attacks targeted symbolic US landmarks, including the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and Washington, D.C., although that particular plane crashed before reaching the destination.

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According to official data, 19 hijackers were involved in the attacks that led to nearly 3,000 people losing their lives and another 6,000 people injured.

Terrorist group Al-Qaeda claimed the attacks, rejoicing in the havoc they created not only in the United States but also the rest of the world. Suddenly, Osama bin Laden became the most sought out man on the planet, and it would take a few years before he was eventually caught.

After the shock wore off, people started pointing the finger at various issues that they saw during the attacks, whether it was the way the towers collapsed, or how the planes managed to hit the towers. It is quite possible that these ideas come from the same people who usually come up with various conspiracy theories. For instance, you can check out another article we published regarding 10 famous people who were rumored to have been killed by the Illuminati.

When it comes to the 9/11 disaster, most of these theories have been debunked, which is why we’re going to take a look at 7 9/11 Conspiracy Theories and why they are wrong.

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