I find it interesting that researchers tend to hyper-focus on how the buildings came down. A proper investigation should start by looking at personal associations and the characters involved. That would take you to Sarasota and Venice, Florida. This is where the hijackers converged, lived, and learned to fly. Researching the tiny flight schools involved, you'd uncover a drug running operation with ties to the CIA and individuals connected to the Iran-contra affair. Reading the local papers, the government's portrait of Atta falls apart. Daniel Hopsicker is an investigative reporter from the Venice area and had been writing about some of these characters before 9/11. His documentary can be seen here, but I suggest you read the book Welcome to Terrorland. [video=youtube;Q6W4L-HK-Os]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6W4L-HK-Os[/video] After Hopsicker wrote his book claiming that Ruddi Dekkers and the other flight school owners were government drug traffickers, he was vindicated when Dekkers was arrested for exactly that. http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/headlin...ers-flight-school-faces-drug-running-charges/ Dekkers was a career criminal. He was wanted in his home country for embezzlement, and prosecutors claimed he was working with organized crime. He was investigated in the US for illegally smuggling high tech computer chips.