High Court Action – Coming Soon
The dispute began when journalist Søren K. Villemoes published a scathing article (December 2012) entitled, “Madness in the Library”. In the article he referred to Niels Harrit and his 9/11 Truth colleagues as “crackpots” (and grouped Harrit with creationists and Holocaust deniers).
This sounds familiar. ABC’s Jon Faine and Minister Josh Frydneberg did the same to Kevin Braken in Australia.
As a scientist who had taught for 40 years at the University of Copenhagen, Dr. Harrit was appalled at being labeled a “crackpot”, so he filed a libel suit against Villemoes and the editor of Weekendavisen. On August 16, 2013, the two parties appeared in City Court in Copenhagen.
Under Danish libel law, Villemoes had the burden of demonstrating a factual basis for his claim. As a journalist, he must also demonstrate that his reporting meets the standards of good journalism. At the first trial, he did neither. Still, the judge ruled in his favor.
They will be back in the High Court in two weeks and Villemoes will have a much harder time, because Dr. Harrit is being allowed to submit more evidence — namely, the video of WTC 7’s destruction, as well as an actual sample of the WTC dust.
It all started in 2009 when an international team of scientists published an article in the Bentham Open Chemical and Physics Journal detailing the findings of their 18-month study on dust samples recovered from the World Trade Center after September 11, 2001.
Based on their discovery of red-gray chips found in the WTC dust, the group concluded that a high-tech nano-thermitic material was present. This supports the conclusion that wide-scale thermitic reactions were a primary cause of the World Trade Center’s destruction on 9/11. Full Report at ae911thruth.org.
Let the games begin. Hopefully this will be one of many court cases that unravels the lie that is 9-11.