Frances Shure

From now on I will be publishing my essays at,, and Why is this happening?

I have loved publishing at (AE)! However, I firmly disagree with some of the publishing policies that have recently been put in place that directly affect my work. I want to reaffirm that AE has done excellent work, and I fully support them in the arduous task we all face in bringing this taboo subject into the light of day. I will continue to support this amazing organization, and I hope you will too. 

I am immensely grateful to AE for many reasons, including the fact that I would have never written my essays without their request for me to do so. I am particularly grateful to my AE editor. She has helped to make my writings clear and understandable for the reader and has given me numerous invaluable suggestions. So, let’s all move forward with the best scientific research for our daunting mission of 9/11 Truth! There are more essays to come in this series.
–Frances Shure

Fran Shure is retired from being a psychological therapist specializing in early trauma. She is one of the co-founders of Colorado 9/11 Truth and currently on the governing board of that group. She was featured as one of the group of psychological professionals who contributed to the video, 9/11 Explosive Evidence: Experts Speak Out, and helped to produce the video, The Demolition of Truth-Psychologists Examine 9/11, (Shortened version for Colorado Public Television). Over several years she has been writing a series of essays addressing the question, “Why Do Good People Become Silent–or Worse–About 9/11?” Some of these essays are available on the AE911Truth web site, however will be the home of the complete collection, ongoing.

Interview starts at 1:06:30

Why Do Good People Become Silent–or Worse–About 9/11?

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