Parents of 9/11 victims unveil billboard castigating The New York Times
Billboard to stay up through December 26th
Early yesterday, a billboard featuring the parents of 9/11 victims Geoff Campbell and Bobby McIlvaine was erected across the street from the New York Times Building, bearing the message, “Our children were murdered on 9/11. Why does the New York Times lie about how they died?”
The parents — Geoff’s mother Maureen and Bobby’s father Bob — both appear in the new documentary The Unspeakable, which the billboard promotes. The film, which follows four families still seeking the truth about the murder of their loved ones on 9/11, was released on YouTube on Nov. 1, 2021.
The billboard rebukes The New York Times for its 20 years of dishonest coverage about the events of that day — most recently misleading readers about Spike Lee’s HBO docuseries and denigrating many people who were set to be featured in it before it was censored. This and other Times reporting related to the destruction of the WTC towers will be documented in articles soon to be published at AE911Truth.org.
This is excellent.
In my youth I used to hold the New York Times in high regard. This has eroded away by the path they have chosen to follow.