There was no cover-up! As soon as news people could get to the sites of the explosions, there were pictures of the aftermath. Televised reports did not occur, because nobody had TV sets. Newsreels in theaters, magazines, and newspapers covered the story. Survivors of the attacks often came to the US for medical treatment, and their stories would appear in the media. These were horrific events, but there was no cover-up.
Pervis James Casey
Aug 6 2010 - 3:32pm