After watching the two BBC documentaries '9/11 Ten Years On' and '9/11: Conspiracy Road Trip' in September 2011, Peter Drew decided that what the BBC was showing to the public with those two documentaries was so clearly inaccurate and biased towards supporting the official story of 9/11 and smearing the legitimate questions asked by the 9/11 truth movement, that he decided to challenge the documentaries through the BBC's formal complaints processes which is in place to ensure that the BBC adheres to its 'Royal Charter' and 'Agreement' with the British public. This requires the BBC to present important items of news in a manner that is factually accurate, impartial, and fair.
Peter Drew is a member of the 'volunteer team' for the US based organisation 'Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth' (AE911truth), an organisation which includes 1,700 professional architects and engineers as well as 14,000 other individuals, who all question the official version of events for the collapse of the three towers on 9/11 and who are calling for a new and independent investigation. As such, through this organisation there was abundant scientific and professional evidence available which could prove that what the BBC was telling the public in those two documentaries was at best extremely misleading and inaccurate, and at worst was part of an intentional and wilful cover up of one of the biggest crimes in history.
The main elements of Mr Drew's complaint surround the following issues:
These are the three main areas of focus of Mr Drew's complaint and all the details are shown within the various communications below.
I write this letter to you in support of recent letters you have received from Lawyer Paul Warburton regarding the BBC’s failure to provide fair, unbiased, and reasonable coverage of the mountain of scientific evidence and eye witness accounts now increasingly coming forwards into the public domain that proves beyond any reasonable doubt that the official story of 9/11 is very, very far from accurate. Why has it been left to brave and passionate members of the public to do the job of the BBC on one of the most important stories in history which is just being ignored or grossly misrepresented by the BBC?
Mr Warburton lays out an extremely rational and well thought out proposal for how people within the BBC could best move this problem forwards in a positive way both for the BBC and for the public. The BBC cannot continue to ignore this problem because the awareness of the public and the evidence that is coming out is fast becoming overwhelming and will just continue to increase. The size and determination of the global 9/11 truth movement is immense and growing at a very rapid rate, but the BBC can still use this to its advantage if it chooses to be brave and take a course of action similar to what Mr Warburton has outlined.
In the lead up to the 10th anniversary of 9/11, rather than the BBC continuing to aid the destruction and death of innocent people across many parts of the world by continuing to support the official story of 9/11, myself and the rest of the global 9/11 truth movement challenges the BBC to make a decision that will help change the course of world events in a positive way by instead running an article more along the lines of the one attached here, which asks some extremely probing questions without necessarily casting specific blame in any particular direction. As Mr Warburton states in his letters, this letter is meant as a means of assisting the BBC to resolve a difficult situation rather than trying to cause the BBC problems.