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Published on Aug 1, 2012

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"If you listen to the evidence carefully enough, it will speak to you and tell you exactly what happened. If you do not know what happened, keep listening to the evidence until you do. The evidence always tells the truth. The key is not to allow yourself to be distracted away from seeing what the evidence is telling you."
- Dr. Judy Wood

http://www.drjudywood.com/

http://www.wheredidthetowersgo,com

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The order of crime solving is to determine:
1) WHAT happened, then
2) HOW it happened (e.g., by what weapon), then
3) WHO did it. And only then can we address
4) WHY they did it (i.e. motive).

Music, lyrics, Vocals: Charlie Pound

Verse 1:
Where did the towers go? Away with the breeze that blows.
And how much steel did they find? Could it be shipped in time?

I don't know I haven't seen the receipt, but it doesn't make sense to me!
All those cars in a line, door handles and engines gone.

I'd tell you if I could, but you need to ask Judy Wood.
Before you accuse someone, you better make damn sure you know what was done!

Chorus:
Wake up! this is your alarm!
Wake up!


Verse 2:
So while you're sitting on the fence, why don't you check the evidence?
I'll tell you something that you'll learn, World Trade Center paper doesn't burn.

And how could those buildings fall, with a seismic impact so small?
I know that something's wrong, eight seconds the north tower's gone.

I'd tell you if I could, but you need to ask Judy Wood.
Before you accuse someone you better make sure you know how it was done!

Chorus:
Wake up! this is your alarm!
Wake up!


Middle eight:
You know it was 2001,
here we are and we're still arguing!

Chorus:
Wake up! this is your alarm!
Wake up! this is your alarm!
Wake up!
Wake up!
Wake up!

"The towers didn't burn up, nor did they slam to the ground. They turned into dust in mid air." Dr Judy Wood

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