Redacted is proud to present “Peace, War and 9/11.” In this captivating documentary filmed six months before his passing, eminent scholar and lifelong peace activist Graeme MacQueen shares his final words on 9/11, the 2001 anthrax attacks, and the goal of abolishing war.
MacQueen was a professor of religious studies and peace studies at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, for 30 years. He then went on to become a prominent scholar and widely respected leader in the 9/11 truth movement from 2006 until his passing in April 2023.
He is best known for his analysis of eyewitness accounts of the World Trade Center’s destruction and for his highly influential 2013 book The 2001 Anthrax Deception: The Case for a Domestic Conspiracy. Also, in his final months, he was instrumental in forming the new International Center for 9/11 Justice, which launched earlier this week.
MacQueen’s contributions to the 9/11 truth movement are beautifully memorialized in this article by his close colleague, IC911 board member Kevin Ryan.
“Peace, War and 9/11” is a production of the International Center for 9/11 Justice (https://IC911.org; https://twitter.com/ic911justice ). It is directed by Ted Walter and Richard Heap. Executive producers are Ted Walter and Marilyn Langlois. It is distributed by Questar Entertainment/Hipstr.