The following text is from the last five minutes of "September 11: The New Pearl Harbor," an excellent video on the 9/11 evidence by Massimo Mazzucco. The "Epilogue" is highly recommended viewing (as is the whole video) and begins at 4:48:00 with the Question for Sen. John McCain and leads to the "Final Question" and "Last Word" at the end of the video at 4:53.
This brings us to the last question, which is not only for the debunkers, but for anyone who cares about freedom, democracy, and an honest government.
Question: If you were aware of solid evidence disproving the official version and suggesting the involvement of some rogue elements of the government in the terrorist attacks, would it be more unpatriotic and anti-American to ask for a new investigation, or to turn a blind eye to it and pretend such evidence doesn't exist?
Given that the people's trust in institutions is of paramount importance for a nation's well-being, would that trust be better served by denying the evidence of a conspiracy, or by bringing those suspected to accountability in a court of law?
"The Last Word" by David Miller, First Responder
I want to tell you tonight about the people we call heroes and are still in growing numbers living in terrible physical and economic circumstances as they struggle with the carcinogenic effects of the toxic chemical soup ground zero became…
I don't think we're crazy. Conspiracies are only evidence the courts won't hear. We who are still dying from 9/11, who went to the towers and into that pile, now live with those buildings in our lungs, our digestive systems, and our blood. For myself and far too many of us, we search and the effective treatment is going to arrive far too late. I have double metastisizations in both lungs; that's just a reality.
We were also killed on 9/11 - Avenge us.
– David Miller, 9/11 first responder, 2006 (passed away four years later in December 2010)