Source: Press For Truth
Published on May 1, 2018
Ed Asner is an American actor, a voice actor and former president of the screen actors guild. You may recognize him for his portrayal of the character “Lou Grant” in The Mary Tylor Moore Show, he played that same character in other shows like the Lou Grant spin off show, and “Rosanne” to name a few. More recently he played the role of Santa Clause in the classic Christmas movie “Elf” as well as “Carl Fredricksen” in the Academy Award-winning animated film, “Up” and throughout his career he has been Nominated for 20 Emmy awards of which he’s won 7 of them!
But one thing you may not know is that he sits on the board of directors of the “Lawyers Committee for 911 Inquiry” And just earlier this month, the Lawyers’ Committee for 9-11 Inquiry, a group representing families of the 9/11 victims, filed a petition with the U. S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York to push for an investigation into the crimes of 9/11.
The committee states that they have “conclusive” evidence that explosives were planted and detonated in the World Trade Center buildings, and that THIS is the actual reason for the collapse of the towers. In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth sits down with Ed for an exclusive one on one interview to discus his role in the 911 truth movement.
Ed is brave to tackle the issue of 911 Truth, an area where most from Hollywood, even if they know the official story doesn’t add up, wouldn’t touch out of fear of never being cast again but with no fear Ed is shining 911 truth like a beacon of light on one of the darkest days in the America’s history and may God bless him for it.
To learn more visit: http://lcfor911.org/
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Dan Dicks is an investigative journalist and an award winning documentary filmmaker. He is also the founder of an independent media outlet known as Press For Truth which produces videos and documentary films about issues that the mainstream media often fails to report on.