9/11-sceptic drags newspaper in court
Niels Harrit will not tolerate to be compared to holocaust deniers and creationists and therefore pulls Weekendavisen (the weekend newspaper) in court
The big question is why the two direct hits of the Twin Towers in New York on 11 september 2001, caused a third skyscraper to collapse.
And the little question is whether you can afford to call people who doubt the authorities' official explanations for crazy. And this last question, is Copenhagen City Court now decide if it is for retired chemistry professor Niels Harrit.
In a summons requiring him as a journalist and an editor from Weekendavisen convicted for violation of Penal Code § 267, because it Weekendavisen on 7 December, 2012, to read the following in an article on the Royal. Library exhibition on the Armenian Genocide:
Harrit and other fools
'Should we have a poster with creationist con men hanging in one of the finest information institutions I Denmark? Why not just invite Niels Harrit and the other fools from 9/11 skeptic community in, now we're at it? What about the Holocaust denier movement? The article said and Niels Harrit - who sees the word ‘crazies’ as degrading - believes that Weekendavisen text is particularly patronizing because he is compared to holocaust deniers and creationists.
No one has refuted my arguments
- I have publicly stated that the three towers that after the attack on 11 September, 2001, collapsed in Manhattan, New York, can NOT collapse as a result of the two crashes of the twin towers - and certainly not in the way that the collapse took place. And I as a scientist raised a number of scientific arguments for this, which neither Weekendavisen or anyone else has been able to refute, writes Niels Harrit, which requires that the newspaper publish the judgment incl. why in the first place this article was published.
But what do you mean? Do you call people who allow themselves to ask questions and argue for them, for crazies?