Press Release: March 3, 2006
Contact: Ed Haas - (843) 327-7598
calls on Library of Congress to reclassify The 9/11 Commission Report as “fiction”
(Charleston) On March 2, 2006, MUCKRAKER REPORT
Editor, Ed Haas filed a ‘Catalog / Authority Records Error’ claim with The Library of Congress in response to
the book, The 9/11 Commission Report: Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States,
and its classification by the Social Sciences Catalog Division of the Library of Congress as a work of ‘non-fiction’.
In his ‘Description of Error’, Haas wrote, “There is now a preponderance
of evidence that clearly demonstrates that this book is a work of ‘fiction’.
Please describe in detail the administrative process required to have this book classified correctly as ‘fiction’.
The 9/11 Commission Report: Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks
upon the United States has been assigned
the Library of Congress call number HV6432.7.N39 2004. The ISBN is 0393326713.
“It is beyond a reasonable doubt that World Trade Center Building Seven collapsed
as the direct result of a controlled demolition. Furthermore, the list of highly
credentialed scholars that can scientifically refute the government’s account of 9/11 is notable, and growing. From the complete lack of evidence / debris at the Pentagon that could legally support,
in a court of law, the claim that a Boeing 757 struck that building, from the phenomena that defies the laws of probabilities
that three steel superstructures, for the first time in the history of steel superstructures, collapsed onto their footprints
as the result of fire, on the same day, plus hundreds of other peculiarities that simply do not match the book’s
account, it is time to have the public debate with The Library of Congress as to whether 9/11 Commission Report: Final
Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States should be reclassified as a work of fiction".