Rumors about the September 11 attacks

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Misinformation and rumors about the September 11, 2001 attacks began circulating almost immediately after the attacks occurred. The dramatic events of the day filled many people with a sense of uncertainty, and what had previously seemed unimaginable to many had become a reality. In this environment, many wild rumors began to spread. In addition, many people hungered to find meaning in the apparently meaningless violent attacks. For all these reasons, dozens of rumors began to spread.

Some rumors, such as the involvement of al-Qaeda, turned out to be true. Others have been confirmed as false.

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