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Fran Shure: Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—about 9/11?

Broadcast Sat., Dec. 14th 10-11 a.m. Central (1500 GMT), archived here. Note: subscribers can listen to shows on-demand before they are broadcast – and also get free downloads! If you are a subscriber, just log in to the members area of and go to the “Private Blog” to get early access to the shows. 

Guest: Frances T. Shure, MA, LPC is one of the many mental health professionals concerned about the 9/11-truth-denial epidemic that is ravaging America and only slowly dissipating. Her new article Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—about 9/11? is the first of a series on the topic that will be published in the Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth newsletter. Fran’s project is shaping up as a comprehensive overview of the psychological aspects of 9/11 and its aftermath.

3 Thoughts to “Fran Shure: Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—about 9/11?”

  1. Anonymous

    What a great interview! Who hasn't puzzled over this phenomenon? Thanks for bringing her work to my attention.

  2. @Kevin Barrett
    just to say I am willing to go on your show and debate 911 with your or Fran Shure or Craig Ranke ,who I heard you interview, or anyone else. It seems to me that most guests on your show are people that generally agree with your views – would it not be an idea to sometime interview someone who disagrees with you? I think that would be a useful exercise.

  3. It's funny how the very few people interested in debating me on 9/11 are all anonymous nobodies who refuse to give their real names and have no credentials whatsoever, and who think they're going to get an invitation by leaving a comment at a post! If you want to come on my show, email me with your CV. You can contact me by email via

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