… The summer of [Bollyn's] arrest he was attending an SSPX chapel in Chicago.
Really? Can this claim be reliably attested to? Note that Bollyn is now quite hostile to the Faith. Among other things, he has written extensively on the scholar and heretical priest William Tyndale (c. 1494-1536), an important name in the history of biblical scholarship for his English translations of the New Testament, the Pentateuch, and several other Old Testament books. Tyndale left England in a hurry because his outspoken support for the teachings of the Protestant "Reformers," Zwingli especially, got him into dangerously hot water with Henry VIII (then still in his "Defensor fidei" period). After several debates with Catholic apologists, including Thomas More, Tyndale was arrested in Antwerp and subsequently executed under the all-too-common gruesome circumstances of that age.
Bollyn's interest in Tyndale is not one scholar's interest in the work of another. For Bollyn, Tyndale's fate represents all that Bollyn sees as wrong about the Church both then and subsequently. Such wrongheadedness need not be seen as entirely negating
the worth of his opinions about 9/11, Jewish and Israeli perfidy, and various other matters. Yet with the ongoing program (of Jewish and US government origin) to subvert and distort the so-called Truther movement, which purports to debunk the Establishment narrative of 9/11 and—as at least one of its wings wishes to do—reveal Jewish influence generally and its leading role in the crimes of 9/11 and the subsequent and ongoing wars against "terrorism" (rather, against any and all enemies of Jewish world rule), one needs to exercise great care before signing on unreservedly to the platform or claims of one faction or another. That caution certainly applies to Bollyn and his ally, Dr. Stephen Jones, whose thermite theory of the twin towers' destruction has been denounced as an unsupportable fiction and a willful distraction from the events' true cause by other Truther groups.