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    Andrew Johnson - Interview with Researcher and Activist


    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCVcnragZzM

    "Feb 23, 2017 by Anthony Beckett

    Andrew Johnson is an independent researcher and campaigner on many controversial topics from alternative health to 9/11 truth. He is also well known for his research into the UFO phenomenon and suppressed "Free Energy" Technologies.

    In this interview with Pierre Sabak and Anthony Beckett, Andrew Johnson discusses his childhood interests that led him down the path of truth seeker, campaigner and advocate for citizen journalism. He discusses in detail his background in computing and programming and how this experience gave him a valuable insights and skills; leading him look at the world differently. He learned to deconstruct information in a similar manner to his early attempts at reverse engineering software, a process that he applies to all his investigations and studies.

    He began actively campaigning about 9/11 issues in September 2004 and is the author of the 2009 book - 9/11 Finding The Truth.

    Andrew, born in 1964 in Keighley, West Yorkshire, but now lives near Derby. Having been educated at Ermysted's Grammar School in Skipton with 'A' Levels in Maths, Physics, Chemistry and General Studies he went on to Lancaster University do a degree in Computer Science (with a minor module of Physics) and graduated in 1986.

    He worked in Software Engineering (real-time software process control and telecommunications) before developing an interest in teaching and education and spent two years as a lecturer on BTEC National and Higher National Diploma Courses at West Nottinghamshire College. After moving back into industry he was offered software development work based mainly at home, a short time before the birth of his daughter. He now does a range of part time jobs, earning most of his income from assessing disabled students for access to assistive technology for higher education. He also tutors part time on some Open University technology modules."

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