A GROUP of Sussex people – concerned at 'anomalies' surrounding the official story of the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 – have invited the chairman of the Britain and Ireland 9/11 Truth Campaign to give a presentation at All Saints, Lewes, on Tuesday, September 5.

Spokesman Andy Thomas said: 'We are in the grip of a global war on terror that has cost thousands of lives and is taking away some of our most basic liberties.

'A growing pool of experts are now challenging the official story of 9/11.

The implications of their research are explosive.

'If the events of 9/11 did not take place exactly as we have been told, then the entire basis for the war is called into question.'

The invited speaker, Ian Crane, has devoted the past four years to researching 9/11.

Added Mr Thomas: 'Ian will be presenting evidence that the Twin Towers were brought down with controlled demolition techniques, not by fire, as was World Trade Centre building number 7, which fell the same day, even though it was not hit by an aeroplane – an event often forgotten.'

Added Mr Thomas: 'The official report was a whitewash.

'Those who question 9/11 are all too easily written off as conspiracy nuts, but people should come along and hear the strong evidence for themselves.'

When the Express told Lewes MP Norman Baker about the meeting, he said: 'I have read some material which suggests that the version of events given to us raises some questions. There are inconsistencies that have yet to be explained.'