Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has recently created a media uproar by giving respect to Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, and questioning the official story of 9/11 in an interview with USA Today.
In the interview he said, “The 9-11 conspiracy theory, if you talk about the science of what happened and the way the towers fell, and the 2,300 architects and engineers that are calling into question the official findings, you’re labeled a conspiracy theorist, but if you accuse an entire team of deflating footballs or spying on the other team, then that’s just being a sports fan.”
Later when asked about the positive response that he had received from truthers, Carroll said that “Any notoriety is good I guess. I will always be interested in the truth, yeah.”
Last year, Carroll made some very interesting comments about the Iraq war in an interview with the Seattle Times.
“Let’s say, after all the stuff that we heard about what was going on in Iraq, we sent 10,000 people to Iraq as peacefully as we could go, and we walked wherever they would let us go, and we just talked to people and listened to what their issues were. And then we tried to figure out the best way we could support them and change things, as opposed to bombing (expletive) thousands of people with shock and awe. It might’ve taken us longer to influence change, but nobody would’ve died,” Carroll said.
John Vibes writes for True Activist and is an author, researcher and investigative journalist who takes a special interest in the counter culture and the drug war.