These historic images are used to promote "hits" on various sites, but otherwise unavailable, even if one is willing to pay for them.
What's up with that?
The greatest fraud perpetrated on the American people is not the uncertainty about how/why we went into Iraq, it was the removal of the images of 9/11 from the eyes of the American people. These images (each one, each second worth a thousand words) speak so blatantly, so graphically, so completely about what it is that now DOMINATES THE WORLD SCENE, but what so many are either uncertain about/ignorant of/opposed to. The removal of these images have severed people from the reality our world is now in. The faded memories stay with some, become distant and detached for others (these folks may well have a character issue to deal with--think about it--what is life-altering for one person on a national level is overblown to someone else).
These images were removed for reasons I will never understand, but what my mind tells me was the result of some liberal mindset: too painful, too emotional, too potentially threatening to the multi-cultural philosophy which feared repurcussions against Islamists and, thus, a threat to one of the Left's core beliefs-- West/America/Judeo-Christian: bad, rest of world: good.
Anything you can see, you can save. You just need to know how to do it.