By Ralph Lopez
Jan 29, 2014 – 14 hours ago in World
As the 2014 Super Bowl approaches, the sports world is abuzz with the news that Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is a skeptic of the official 9/11 story, who is particularly aggressive in speaking his mind.
The gifted field general for the Hawks gave a four-star Army general a grilling over 9/11, sparking a dialogue in forums previously no more political than a quarterback’s shoulder injury.
But what were the questions? Reports are muddled.
SBNation.com wrote last week of the possible public relations ploy by the military which backfired: ”
“The sit-down between Chiarelli and Carroll started off normally enough. They talked about the team, and then about head trauma. Chiarelli, who commanded the American forces in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom II, talked about the brain injuries he had seen there. But Chiarelli’s mention of Iraq sent Carroll in another direction: He wanted to know if the September 11 attacks had been planned or faked by the United States government.”