Fulfilling what years of bumper stickers, rambling Yahoo! News comments, and yelling at Bill Maher have yet to accomplish, a group of actors that includes Woody Harrelson, Ed Asner, Martin Sheen, John Heard, Esai Morales, and Judd Nelson are set to reopen the investigation into 9/11 that the government suspiciously closed over a decade ago, without ever asking the opinions of Ed Asner, Martin Sheen, or Woody Harrelson. All involved are members of Actors And Artists For 911 Truth, an organization that lends the inherent credibility of movie stardom to calling for a serious second look at the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon—a serious look that, given the government's failing to respond to their petition, will instead be dramatized in a film directed by stuntman turned-Laser Mission director BJ Davis.
Depending on this fake investigation's fake findings, Davis' acumen for covert intelligence operations involving giant lasers probably won't factor into the film, which is described in this very long call to action video—in which Ed Asner compares 9/11 to the arrest of Al Capone for tax evasion—as something more akin to Twelve Angry Men, shot inexpensively on a single set, with each actor taking part in a "question-and-answer dialogue" that will recreate all the heart-pounding thrills of actual hearings. Of course, the closer these actors get to the truth, the more government attention they attract, hence the film formerly titled Trickery And Treachery—then Confessions Of A 9/11 Conspirator, then A Violation Of Trust—now bears the far more innocuous title September Morn, which should help conceal its mission from those who might seek to somehow discredit Ed Asner, Martin Sheen, and Woody Harrelson et al. as reliable 9/11 authorities.