Words of Freedom Welcomes Tim Boyle, Colorado 9-11 Visibility

tim-boyleThis week, Words of Freedom host Michael Wolsey welcomes Tim Boyle, 9-11 activist and co-founding member of Colorado 9-11 Visibility. Tim has been active in the Denver area since 2004 and has been an integral part of the 9-11 Truth Movement in Colorado. Tim has organized several large 9-11 events in Colorado and has traveled the country seeking answers to the questions of 9-11.

Words of Freedom airs on KRFC 88.9 FM in Fort Collins Colorado and is heard worldwide on the web at krfcfm.org every Monday evening at 5:30 p.m. Mountain Time.  Michael Wolsey is the host of Visibility 9-11, the podcast dedicated to exposing the fraud of the official story of September 11th, 2001 and along with George Flynn, co-hosts the weekly Words of Freedom broadcast on KRFC.

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Colorado 9/11 Visibility Strikes Again with Another Cover Story

The Smoke Clears
Three years after the attacks, the 9/11 Visibility Project opens Coloradans’ eyes to the “truth.”

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By James Thompson

Awkward is one word to describe how the three stand, huddled, coffeeless in a coffee shop in Old Town Fort Collins. Casually dressed, young and well groomed, they don’t look like a bunch of conspiracy theorists out to expose government treachery—then again, maybe they look exactly that.

Michael Wolsey is the first to offer a handshake. The 41-year-old (he looks 30) Greeley siding contractor’s jeans and zip-up sweatshirt are spattered with caulking, and his baseball cap bears the word Philadelphia, with a Liberty Bell. He grasps a paperback copy of The New Pearl Harbor in his hand.

Aaron Long and Elliot Nesch, both graduates of Fort Collins High and students at Front Range Community College, introduce themselves, Long shifting a conspicuous black metal attaché from right to left hand. A moviegoer might assume the briefcase is a cornucopia of top-secret memos, but in the hands of a 20-year-old kid it’s just—well, awkward.

The uneasiness slowly dissipates, though, when they finally sit down over cappuccinos and begin to explain how in the past year they went from closet skeptics to some of Northern Colorado’s most vocal critics of America’s role in the September 11 terrorist attacks…

“The first thing that got me looking at it was the Patriot Act,” Wolsey says. “We’re talking thousands and thousands of pages worth of law. How could they get such a massive document out in two days?”

Wolsey came to the conclusion that the act already had been drafted, and by someone who knew about 9/11 and was exploiting both for political gain.

“I began to do a lot of research on my own, reading everything I could get a hold of, watching videos and stuff like that,” he says. “Eventually they created the website, and I found it.”

The website Wolsey refers to, septembereleventh.org, is the 9/11 Visibility Project. It’s an educational/activist outlet for the so-called 9/11 Truth Movement, which is backed by such national progressive notables as Howard Zinn, Medea Benjamin, Gore Vidal and Jim Hightower.

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