The event is being sponsored and hosted by Toronto-based author and TV producer Barrie Zwicker. Doors open at 7:30pm, and the event begins at 8:00. Will Call tickets can be purchased in advance for $10 at CitizenInvestigationTeam.com. At the door, tickets will be $15 (regular), $12 for students and seniors; or pay what you can.
"Like many other people around the world, we were studying the photographs of the anomalous damage to the building, which seemed inconsistent with the impact of a 757 at ground level," says Ranke, explaining the project's origin. "There were many other problems with the 'official story' as well. It eventually became clear to us that until someone actually went to Arlington and conducted a full-scale investigation, knocked on doors, and interviewed the people who were there, we were never going to have definitive answers for what really happened at the Pentagon and whether or not these concerns, pejoratively labeled 'conspiracy theories', had validity. So in 2006, that's what we began doing."
In the course of doing so, the team soon uncovered startling information which disproves the official impact narrative and confirms the suspicions of those who were previously skeptical about it, says Ranke.
"Simply put, the plane did not fly where it absolutely had to be to match the government reports and cause the directional damage inside and outside of the building. The eyewitnesses' accounts prove that it could not have, and indeed did not, strike the Pentagon. It was seen flying away by multiple witnesses immediately after the explosion."
Comments Ranke, "When people see these interviews for the first time, they are often struck by the lucidity of the witnesses, and disturbed by how clearly they destroy the official myth, and the frightening implications that come with that. We are certainly not happy about what this means for our country and the world. But the truth is the truth, and we have to be brave enough to deal with the disturbing yet overwhelming evidence now staring us in the face a decade later, revealing the hidden, dire reality of this world-changing event."
The Royal cinema is a classic theatre in the art deco mode, opened in 1939. It has large comfortable seats, the most modern projection facilities, and is centrally located at 608 College Street at Clinton in the "Little Italy" district of Toronto.