Extradition of camerman – murder charges fabricated? – Argentina: do what’s right – America: an ‘air-conditioned nightmare’
American cameraman faces extradition
An American cameraman who says September 11 was a lie is facing extradition from Argentina to the United States on alleged murder charges.
Kurt Sonnenfeld, a man who was provided provisory refugee status seven years ago, is now wanted by the US government on murder charges.
He is the only cameraman that filmed crucial images of Ground Zero in New York after the Twin Towers collapsed.
Sonnenfeld, who lives in Buenos Aires with his Argentine family, says the footage proves that 9/11 was a lie. He still has the 22-hour footage that US authorities want.
“I have promised to give my footage to the big investigators that are credible and widely known – investigators who will be able to detect anomalies that I or other people without scientific education might miss. With that in mind, I hope that there are many things they can discover that disprove the current official story of what happened,” Sonnenfeld told a Press TV correspondent.
He says he fears for his life if he is sent back to the United States to face trial.
The Denver police have claimed [evidence also suggests Sonnenfeld was set up] they have evidence that show he killed his first wife in the US.
Social activists who are campaigning for Sonnenfeld to be given refugee status in Argentina say the Denver police are lying. [the police, in a lie? They would never do such a thing would they?]
The Sonnenfelds say they have been under police surveillance and that their phone has been tapped.
Sonnenfeld claims that his footage proves top US government officials were aware of the 2001 terrorist attacks before they occurred says he is a victim of a US plot to silence his 9/11 conspiracy theory.