January 3, 2015 6:00 pm -

[su_right_ad]Argentina is extraditing a man wanted in connection with the 2002 death of his wife.

Kurt Sonnenfeld, a videographer who has claimed the U.S. government was involved in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, will be extradited back to Colorado following a ruling from Argentina’s highest court.

Sonnenfeld is accused of killing his wife, Nancy, in the early morning hours on New Year’s Day in 2002. Sonnenfeld told police that his wife had shot herself.

She was found shot in the back of the head. Court records showed “her injury was not consistent with having been self-inflicted.”…

Sonnenfeld says he has video of ground zero in Manhattan after the 9/11 attacks that proves the U.S. was involved. He’s written a book in which he claims the U.S. government tried to silence him.

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D.B. Hirsch
D.B. Hirsch is a political activist, news junkie, and retired ad copy writer and spin doctor. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

19 responses to 9/11 ‘Truther’ Extradited In Wife’s Slaying

  1. Carla Akins January 3rd, 2015 at 6:10 pm

    No, unfortunately, she’s still in this country with her crazy rantings.

    • rg9rts January 4th, 2015 at 6:19 am

      This guy must be on a run or forgot that Ron White was a funny man

  2. Carla Akins January 3rd, 2015 at 6:11 pm

    Is his book as logical as his explanation for his wife’s death?

    • greenfloyd January 3rd, 2015 at 8:53 pm

      I have not read his book, yet. However here’s something he put out a couple years ago:

      So far, I’m not liking this guy for murder.

  3. granpa.usthai January 3rd, 2015 at 7:19 pm

    OK, I get it.
    “(finger wiggles) an act of insanity” (end finger wiggles)

    …and just to make sure, here’s a book I’ve written and the government is trying to keep me silent is why I’m standing before this jury of ‘special ones’ telling you all this.

    -who knows anymore – it could work!

    • greenfloyd January 3rd, 2015 at 8:21 pm

      This could be a very interesting case to watch if it goes to a trial. Mr. Sonnenfeld, the so-called “9/11 truther,” (whatever that means), was an official FEMA photog, he had exclusive access to ground-zero just after the attack. Perhaps, before the area could be completely scrubbed by Bush/Cheny cleaners!? It’s entirely within the realm of possibility he came across things some people would rather not let the best of us see. Having not yet read his book I am, as you, merely speculating. A bullet to back of the head is not consistent with suicide. More than likely someone executed his wife, Nancy.

      Was Sonnenfeld set-up because he has potentially dangerous evidence?

      • allison1050 January 3rd, 2015 at 8:53 pm

        Ok so you’re a truther (whatever that is).

        • greenfloyd January 3rd, 2015 at 8:57 pm

          I think you need to address your “truther” question to the OP’s title. It’s not my usage.

      • Hirightnow January 3rd, 2015 at 9:01 pm“>I hear ya!

        • greenfloyd January 4th, 2015 at 12:07 am

          The question is:

          Was Sonnenfeld set-up because he has potentially dangerous evidence?

  4. bpollen January 4th, 2015 at 2:39 am

    I admit our security services are much too frequently incompetent, but even the gub’mint could have “arranged” a fatal mugging in Buenos Aires if they really wanted to “silence” him. Not to mention the black sites or Guantanamo they could have dumped his ass in. I’m leaning toward Alex Jones-loving-paranoid murderer, rather than a warrior fighting against an evil cabal for truth, justice, and the American way.

    • greenfloyd January 4th, 2015 at 6:09 am

      Argentina was providing him, his new wife Paula, and their twin-daughters with armed security, they obviously considered someone might want to “silence” him. Perhaps extort him. At one point, Sonnenfeld claimed in an Email to the Denver Post, “there was a botched attempted kidnapping of Paula.” That’s probably why he was granted asylum for several years and was being considered a political refugee according to Geneva Convention rules.

      Here’s some bookmarks posted at

      • bpollen January 4th, 2015 at 9:16 am

        I’m sorry, claims of persecution and claims of botched kidnapping does not a government conspiracy make. Buenos Aires is also creating a special police unit to solve and help prevent kidnappings because the crime is so rampant. The Argentines acknowledge that kidnapping is a major problem in Argentina. The fact that he was in Argentina is a much more likely cause for any supposed kidnap attempt. So that makes kidnapping pretty poor proof that Bush/Cheney are gunning for him. Why kidnap or kill the wife when they could just kill or disappear him?

        Not to mention that if Argentina were worried about US efforts to silence him, why would they deliver him to US custody? The very people that he claims are trying to kidnap his wife and silence him? Could it be that they maybe decided that he was full of the stuff that comes out of the back-end of horses?

        And anyway, I find it hard to believe that George Bush presided over an intelligence apparatus that was both able to pull off a massive staged terrorist attack without anybody but our intrepid FEMA photographer being the wiser, and have things like Abu Ghraib and torture and rendition sites become public knowledge. Like we have a secret agent Bozo. James Bozo. Likes his martinis with seltzer, not stirred.

        • greenfloyd January 4th, 2015 at 8:24 pm

          I do not think the Sonnenfeld’s were living in Buenos Aires.

          It’s possible, if the attempted kidnap is to be believed, that it had nothing to do with his 9/11 claims. I did not intend to suggest it was “proof” of anything other than a claim he made to the Denver Post newspaper.

          Why kidnap or kill the wife when they could just kill or disappear him?

          That’s a good question. If Mr. Sonnenfeld does have incriminating evidence related to 9/11 attack (or other government malfeasance) he may well have hid it and made arrangements for it to be released in the event of his sudden death or disappearance?

          My guess is it would provide leverage, force him to surrender, turn-over any evidence and then incarcerate him in a secret prison somewhere, under the authority of the Nazi-like Military Commissions Act; no trail, no lawyer, no rights whatsoever, i.e. Guantanamo.

          …if Argentina were worried about US efforts to silence him, why would they deliver him to US custody?

          That’s an even better question and I have no answer. It is strange, considering the Denver extradition was at first rejected by both a US federal judge and the Argentine Supreme Court. It’s also made more confusing by the fact that the original 2002 murder case against him was dropped by the previous Denver DA, for lack of evidence. Presumably new evidence in the death of his first wife, Nancy, has turned-up!? I guess we’ll have to wait for the trial to learn more.

          I am also at a lost to explain the sudden US DOJ interest in a domestic murder case that was thrown-out over 10 years ago.

          Your Bozo characterization of Sonnenfeld as a “secret agent” does not seem to fit with his training or professional life at FEMA. He was fully vetted, had a very high security level, from all accounts I’ve seen was a model employee and loved his work. Sonnenfeld is certainly not the first, or only, person to claim Bush and company pervasion of the law, before and after 9/11.

          • bpollen January 5th, 2015 at 12:32 am

            Read the post again. I never characterized our persecuted FEMA photographer as a secret agent. That characterization was in relation to the absurdity of the same establishment pulling off a massive murderous conspiracy undetected with the exception of the one single photographer that THEY sent (sloppy, that) and then can’t contain revelations about spying on their congressional oversight, or the torture revelations, or Edward Snowden exposing them and getting away, or where we had black rendition sites. That requires us to believe that they are some sort of idiot savant intelligence establishment. Bozo. James Bozo.

          • greenfloyd January 5th, 2015 at 4:24 am

            I got the impression you were referring to Sonnenfeld as the Bozo, secret agent…whatever. At this point I’m not sure if he’s being “persecuted,” although he is now being prosecuted, a second time, for murdering his first wife, Nancy.

            Sonnenfeld was part of a team of FEMA first responders dispatched to lower Manhattan on Sept. 10. He thought he was there as part of a “training drill.” He was not “one single photographer,” as you suggest. Although he is the only FEMA insider to speak out. In that respect he is like Edward Snowden, a former NSA analyst-cum-whistle blower. Sans the whole murder thingy hanging out there.

          • bpollen January 6th, 2015 at 4:18 am

            When is said “one single photographer” I wasn’t saying FEMA only has one photographer. I was saying that apparently the gubmint got away with a heinous and massive “false flag” operation except for the one single photographer who got, according to him and nobody else I know of, the smoking gun photographic evidence. And they woulda got away with it too if it weren’t for those meddling kids! I mean photographer…

          • greenfloyd January 6th, 2015 at 8:07 pm

            I don’t believe Sonnenfeld said anything about a “false flag.” It was something more along the lines of evidence that could show our government (Bush/Cheney, etc.) had prior knowledge of the attack. And, we already know that is a fact, based on the classifed daily briefings a month before 9/11 when Richard Clarke, Bush Terorr czar, was running around hair on fire but could not even get a meeting with his boss to make his case. To this day, Clarke says his informatiion could have prevented the attack.

  5. rg9rts January 4th, 2015 at 6:18 am

    12 years??? Long court appeals I assume