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at the WTC - a film by Penny Little  

911: Dust and Deceit


"9/11 Dust and Deceit" would not have been possible without the startup funds from Jimmy Walter.

Jimmy Walter is a controversial figure, who has spent more than 7 million dollars funding the expose of fraud within the government's story on 911.

My movie - 911: Dust and Deceit at the WTC has nothing to do with any speculative theories about 911, including the one promulgated by the government. My movie focuses solely on the problems caused by the misrepresentations of various individuals within agencies in New York and Washington, who covered up the fact that the dust was toxic. There was little consideration for the collateral damage caused by the ongoing chemical attack on the people of New York in the form of this toxic dust. The citizens of New York were lied to and now thousands are sick, and a number have died as a direct result.

I am grateful for the support from Jimmy even though I may not agree with him on every issue; there are still too many unanswered questions. We all don't have to agree all of the time, but we do need to investigate the mountains of evidence which point to different conclusions than that of the official story. Jimmy has helped bring the problems with the government's story into the minds of millions worldwide, by asking difficult questions. So I am proud to say that Jimmy helped fund this movie. There needs to be a concerted effort to expose what this administration is doing to our country and to the world. 911 was a "master key" which allowed elements within our government to spy on citizens, wage pre-emptive wars, dismember the Constitution, disregard US and international law, amongst a litany of other abuses and misuses of power.

We really need to examine, up close and personal, our own motives, and if we find we are moving and acting from fear, then the terrorists, whoever they may be, have won. We must find it in our hearts to walk through this world in love.-- and that takes a lot of hard work.


--Penny Little




Jimmy Walter, philanthropist