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    Compelling true story of the 9/11 faker, "Tania" Head. Worth reading to understand the plight of the true survivors of that terrible day.

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    The Woman Who Wasn't There: The True Story of an Incredible Deception, by Robin Gaby Fisher and Angelo J Guglielmo Jr, on sale April 2012

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