9/11: The Unanswered Questions By Ramesh S. Arunachalam Raises Unanswered Questions That Families of 9/11 Victims Want Answered

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  • (1888PressRelease) June 14, 2018 - 9/11: The Unanswered Questions (ISBN 978-1987463705, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2018) by Ramesh S. Arunachalam that was released earlier this month raises many of the questions that the families of 9/11 victims have been demanding answers for since the deadly attack. In addition, the book raises additional questions about the terror plot and subsequent attack that have never been raised before the book’s release. Meticulously and thoroughly researched, the book addresses many issues that the 9/11 Commission did not fully address or opted to ignore in its official findings on the devastating and horrific terror attack that triggered America’s war on terror. Much like the devastating attack on Pearl Harbor, numerous questions remain on how could such a terror attack have happened, why was there a total failure in communication between NORAD and the FAA , why was the testimony of firefighters—who responded to destruction of the World Trade Center— not used fully and appropriately in the official report of the 9/11 Commission, and why was one of the Commissioners allowed on the Commission despite she being the one responsible for the FBI and CIA being unable to coordinate intelligence findings that could have prevented the attack. The book is especially timely as the lawsuits brought against Iran and Saudi Arabia by family members for their complicity in the terror attacks have been proceeding with increased speed. The conclusion that 9/11: The Unanswered Questions draws is that there is a need for a criminal investigation into the terror attack which is one of the objectives of the lawsuit brought by family members of the 9/11 victims.

    It took me sixteen years to fully research the events of 9/11 before I was able to write, 9/11: The Unanswered Questions,” said author, Ramesh S. Arunachalam. “And the questions that I raised and researched still have not been answered to anyone’s satisfaction seventeen years since the terrorist attacks.

    “Researching this book, I was stunned at the number of inconsistencies and questions remaining unanswered despite the 9/11 Commission and investigations by the worldwide news media,” continued Arunachalam. Until these questions are answered, Americans and the world will never really know what happened on 9/11, and the family members of the victims will never have closure. I hope this book helps propel an investigation that will answer these questions and assist the family members of the victims in their lawsuit and in obtaining a sense of closure.”

    Arunachalam shows that tracing what happened on 9/11 doesn’t include just looking at what happened that day but what happened long prior to 2001. He traces back to the waning days of the Nixon Administration, Iran Contra, and the Clinton Administration to raise questions of a total failure. He poses the questions that have been asked repeatedly, why unlike other crimes, was not the debris of the World Trade Center preserved to be fully investigated; how could the steel structures collapse so fast, totally, and perfectly; why was there a massive communication failure between the FAA and NORAD that could have prevented the planes from crashing into the World Trade Center; and why were American intelligence services hindered in coordinating and sharing information that might have prevented the attacks. 9/11: The Unanswered Questions is an easy read, that flows like a whodunnit mystery that will leave readers demanding answers to the devastating terror attack that led to the war on terror and has forever changed the world.

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