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Mark Ruffalo believes 9/11 was an inside job

He believes in many conspiracy theories, 9/11 being one

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The 9/11 is the most famous terrorist attack in history. Period. It has shaped the entirety of the present world as we know it. If you think about it, you probably cannot imagine a world where 9/11 did not happen. America wouldn’t have ramped its military spending by trillions. Moreover, airports wouldn’t have so many security checks. So you can imagine why Mark Ruffalo would question the most controversial event of the 21st century.

Mark Ruffalo believes 9/11 was an inside job

‘Actors and Artists for 9/11 Truth’

A huge number of people believe that 9/11 was an inside job. And it is the most popular conspiracy theory worldwide. There are many variations of the theory but the gist of it is this. Either the government had intelligence that these attacks were going to happen and sacrificed thousands of people to advance their agenda. Or, the government itself actively participated in 9/11 by controlled demolition of the Twin Towers.

Mark Ruffalo has testified in Congress while being a member of a certain group. A community known as ‘Actors and Artists for 9/11 Truth’ rose in the late 2000s. They demanded re-investigation into the 9/11 attacks claiming the committee overlooked evidence. However, their website is down and they do not have a Wikipedia page. So I was unable to see which popular celebrities actually endorsed this theory.

Mark Ruffalo’s opinion about 9/11

In the interview: Mark Ruffalo speaks strongly about 9/11:

I saw the way they all came down. And I’m baffled. My first reaction was, ‘buildings don’t fall down like that.’ I’ve done quite a bit of my own research. The fact that the 9/11 investigation went from the moment the planes hit to the moment the buildings fell, and nothing before or after, I think, makes that investigation completely illegitimate. If you’re going to do a criminal investigation, you have to find the motive. We didn’t follow that. It was quickly pushed away, obviously. There was no evidence — it’s the biggest crime scene. And Kissinger in charge of it makes it slightly dubious. Who knows? None of us know what happened for real. But I’m totally and completely behind reopening that particular.

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