David Ray Griffin

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(academic, researcher, author)
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Wilbur, Washington, U.S.

David Ray Griffin (born 1939) is a retired professor of philosophy of religion and theology. Along with John B. Cobb, Jr., he founded the Center for Process Studies in 1973, a research center of Claremont School of Theology which seeks to promote the common good by means of the relational approach found in process thought.[1]


Full article: Rated 4/5 9-11

Griffin has published a number of books on the subject of the September 11 attacks. They present a compelling case for the attacks being the outcome of a conspiracy by elements of the United States government. Richard Gage heard an interview which David Ray Griffin gave Bonnie Faulkner on Guns And Butter, that inspired him to question the events of September 11, 2001, and later go on to found AE911 Truth.

An article in the Washington Post on 7 September 2006 which focuses on Dr Griffin and his work, is among the more thoughtful examples of how the commercially-controlled media began to deal with the the 911 Truth Movement once it began to gain real traction.[2]


The Behavior of the Secret Service with the President

"I will conclude with the Commission’s treatment of the behavior of the Secret Service agents with President Bush. The president was in a classroom in Sarasota when the second plane crashed into the World Trade Center, clear evidence that terrorists were using hijacked airliners to attack high-value targets. There was no higher-value target than the president, and his location had been widely publicized. Secret Service protocol called for the agents to rush the president to a predetermined safe location. And yet they allowed him to remain at the school another half hour and even to address the nation on television, thereby letting any terrorists know he was still there. The 9/11 Commission’s only comment about this remarkable incident was to report that ‘[t]he Secret Service told us they . . . did not think it imperative for [the President] to run out the door.’ The apparent implication of the Secret Service agents’ behavior—that they knew that the president was not a target—went unmentioned by the Commission, like all the other evidence pointing to official complicity in the attacks."[3]

Professor David Ray Griffin 911 Miracles 2011

Criticism by Daniel Hopsicker

Daniel Hopsicker has described David Ray Griffin as “a retired professor of theology at a conservative bible college in California who had nothing to say, but said it anyway, in book after book after book... But that of course, was the point. They accomplished nothing. But they made the half-baked “official story” of the 9/11 attack sound almost reasonable.” [4]

See Also


A Document by David Ray Griffin

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)
Document:Left-leaning Despisers of the 9-11 Truth Movementopen letter6 July 20109-11/WTC7
9-11/Truth movement