from paul joseph watson: Former Dallas Cowboys and Houston Oilers lineman Mark Stepnoski has become the latest notable public figure to question the government's official 9/11 story, speaking to an Indiana newspaper about his fascination with the 9/11 truth movement and his doubts about Building 7, insider trading, and the alleged hijackers.
Stepnoski was a highly regarded offensive lineman in the 90's, winning two Super Bowls while with the Cowboys and was a five time Pro Bowler, attending the game from 1992 through 1996. Since his retirement from the game in 2000 he has become politically active in arguing for the decriminalization of marijuana.
In an interview with the Indiana-based Eerie Times-News published yesterday, Stepnoski speaks at length about his deep research into the events of 9/11 and why the official explanation seems suspect.
"It interests me because I don't think we're being told truth about what really happened on Sept. 11, 2001. I'm highly skeptical of government accounts of what really happened. It's one of those things that really won't go away. I've been reading about that event and studying about it a great deal. I've read several books and a lot online pretty much since it happened, just because I'm curious about it and just because of other events in our historical past, like the Kennedy assassination for example...
Before anyone wants to try and pigeonhole me as conspiracy theorist, it's like a lot of things. If you're just willing to scratch beneath the surface and do a little research maybe you can find out some things, maybe more people would be more skeptical about our government's involvement with 9/11."
mark stepnoski on the alex jones show (13.3mb MP3)