Made up of some of the relatives of 9/11 victims, the Family Steering Committee made a great contribution to the 9/11 Truth movement. They created a set of questions for individuals in the Bush Administration that they wanted asked and answered. They presented this set of questions to the 9/11 Commission at the start of its work. The Commission reportedly said it would use those questions as its road map.
When the 9/11 Commission published its sham of a final report in 2004 the FSC went through it and checked to see how its 400 plus questions had been answered. They produced a report on what they found.
Sadly, about 70% of their questions were never asked or answered – at least there’s nothing in the 9/11 Commission report. About 15% were answered but not completely or thoroughly. The other 15% were answered well.
The FSC website is
Unfortunately they seem to have bought into the basic line that the 9/11 Commission was on the right track in that they endorsed the recommendations or said they could accept them. They did not see the big picture that 9/11 has been greatly misrepresented by the government and mass media. But their analysis of the answers to their questions is a valuable contribution to the 9/11 Truth movement.