Fact Check: James Woods Did NOT Warn FBI About 9/11 A Month Before: I Did Not Report This To The FBI Before September 11th |

There is no evidence that James Woods warned the FBI about 9/11 a month before it happened. This claim has been circulating online for several years, but multiple fact-checkers have debunked it.
This appears to be a false or baseless rumour. The 9/11 attacks were a tragic event that resulted in significant loss of life and had far-reaching consequences. Investigations into the attacks focused on intelligence failures, security lapses, and the actions of the terrorists themselves. Still, no documented information supports the claim that James Woods provided specific warnings about the attacks before their occurrence. It's important to rely on verified and well-documented sources of information when discussing historical events of such significance.

The claim is based on a misinterpretation of Woods' interview in 2002. In the interview, Woods said he had warned the FBI about a potential terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in 1999. However, he did not say that he had specifically warned the FBI about 9/11.
The FBI has also denied that Woods warned them about 9/11. In a 2016 statement, the FBI said there is "no evidence to support the claim that James Woods warned the FBI about the 9/11 attacks."
It is important to note that Woods is a controversial figure who has made several false claims. For example, he claimed that the Sandy Hook Elementary School and Parkland school shootings were hoaxes.
The claim that Woods warned the FBI about 9/11 is just one more example of misinformation he has spread. It is important to be critical of any information you see online, especially if it comes from a source known to be unreliable.

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Olivia Murakami is an Indian fact-checker and news writer, writing news for Ayupp since 2014.

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