Judges Robert Jensen, a journalism professor, and Norman Solomon, a syndicated columnist, severed their ties with the national media watchdog group over its decision last year to highlight the controversial theories of physics professor Steven Jones, a critic of the 9/11 Commission findings.Jones hypothesizes that the Sept. 11, 2001, collapse of the World Trade Center towers was the result of controlled detonation of military-grade explosives rather than fires caused by two passenger jets that slammed into the buildings. His views, which are available online at Scholars for 9/11 Truth & Justice (stj911.org), have been largely passed over or dismissed by mainstream news outlets.
"This isn't the first time that judges have resigned at Project Censored over a story we've covered," says Peter Phillips, director of the program.
It's almost surprising that it took this long for PC to trip and fall into the swamp. I can't seem to find it online, but, In 2002 my old j-school colleague Matt Palmquist had the definitive takedown of Project Censored in the SF Weekly (San Francisco). In any case this is a good opportunity to share the most bizarre piece of 9/11 performance art I've found so far:
Maybe Garance Franke-Ruta was right…