Written by Craig McKee
30 June 2014
Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth
One Man’s Personal 9/11 Journey
Dave Hooper presents his new film, “The Anatomy of a Great Deception,” at its first screening, held at the Motor City Casino in Detroit last March.
A personal journey of discovery began just over three years ago for businessman and filmmaker David Hooper when he began to ask questions about what really happened on September 11, 2001. The result of his quest is a ground-breaking documentary, The Anatomy of a Great Deception.
During his search for answers, each question Hooper asked led to another, until eventually he deduced that the official story of how 9/11 transpired simply couldn’t be true. Besides the emotional upheaval of that realization, Hooper faced the added pain of feeling isolated from family members and friends, who shared neither his conclusions nor his conviction that America had been betrayed. So, as a way of reaching out to loved ones, Hooper decided to make the film, in hopes that it would help them grasp the facts that had shattered his worldview.
Billed as a “fast-paced, first-person docu-thriller,” The Anatomy of a Great Deception provides a fresh perspective on what happened to the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers and Building 7. The latter, a 47-story, steel-framed structure that was not hit by a plane, fell almost seven hours after the second tower came down.