Honorary Members


The Honorary members below, although they oppose the official narrative concerning the events of September 11, 2001, are not spokespersons for the 9/11 Consensus Panel, who may be found here.

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Jim Douglass
James W. Douglass, a Christian theologian and peace activist, is the author of many books, including “nhà cái tặng tiền cược miễn phí tháng 2019JFK and the Unspeakable” and “Gandhi and the Unspeakable.” He has engaged in civil disobedience to the Vietnam War, nuclear weapons, and the Iraq War. He and his wife Shelley are co-founders of Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action in Poulsbo, Washington, and Mary’s House, a Catholic Worker house of hospitality in Birmingham, Alabama.
F. Imposimato
Mr. Ferdinando Imposimato (April 9, 1936 – January 2, 2018; Obituary) was the Honorary President of the Italian Supreme Court and a former Italian senior investigative judge. He presided over several terrorism-related cases, including the kidnapping and assassination of President Aldo Moro and the attempted assassination of Pope John Paul II. He was also a legal consultant to the United Nations. He has stated publicly that 9/11 was a false flag operation, recommending that it be tried at the International Criminal Court, which was set up to protect the world from criminal acts of war. He has also written the books, “La Grande Menzogna [The Big Lie],” “Terrorismo internazionale [International Terrorism],” and “I 55 giorni che hanno cambiato l’Italia [The 55 Days That Changed Italy],” about the Aldo Moro case. [He was presidential candidate in 2015 – editor’s note]
Kassovitz, Mathieu
Mr. Mathieu Kassovitz is a French director, screenwriter, producer, and actor. His work is well known both in and outside France. He has won several awards for his films, including Best Director award at the Cannes Film Festival for La Haine, for which he was hailed as the heir to Truffaut. He was nominated as Best Director for The Crimson Rivers, which also won the Gold Star for Best Director. He has won three César Awards for his craftsmanship in film. His latest film is Rebellion. Kassovitz has raised questions on French television about 9/11 as a US conspiracy.
Dr. Lynn Margulis (March 5, 1938 – November 22, 2011; Obituaries). Dr. Margulis was Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Geosciences at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 1983, and received from William J. Clinton the Presidential Medal of Science in 1999. The Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., announced in 1998 that it will permanently archive her papers.
The Rt. Hon. Michael Meacher (November 4, 1939 – October 21, 2015; Obituary), MP, British Parliament. Meacher, Labour MP for Oldham West and Royton since 1970, was Minister of State for the Environment from May 1997 to June 2003. Regarding 9/11: “I do not subscribe to any theory about what actually did happen since in my view there are still far too many uncertainties – all I do know is that the official account has so many flaws and inconsistencies in it that it is simply not credible as it stands.”
William F. Pepper is a Barrister, called in 1991 to the Bar of England and Wales, and an Attorney at Law in the United States, specializing in international human rights. He represented Dr. Martin Luther King’s family in a civil action which revealed the truth about the assassination, including the innocence of King’s alleged assassin, James Earl Ray, whom he also represented. He is a past Convener of the Seminar in International Human Rights at the University of Oxford, England. Though not an investigator of the 9/11 tragedy, he has long been an advocate for a comprehensive, independent investigation of that event which he believes would be the best memorial to those who lost their lives, and the fulfillment of an outstanding obligation to their families whose questions remain unanswered.
Andreas von Bülow. German writer, lawyer, and politician. He served for 25 years in the German parliament, was state-secretary in the German Federal Ministry of Defense (1976-1980) and Minister of Research and Technology (1980-1982) under the Chancellor Helmut Schmidt administration. He worked on the intelligence services parliamentary committee, which led to his investigation of criminal activities in Western intelligence services, and to two books, “Im Namen des Staates [In the Name of the State],” and “Die CIA und der 11. September [The CIA and September 11].”


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