|Sent on:||Thursday, September 4, 2008 1:33 AM|
with 9/11 Family Members, inspiring us for 9/11/08
Thursday, September 4, 2008
9 pm Eastern / 6 pm Pacific
Phone number: [masked]
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The truth movement owes much to those who lost family members on 9/11/01. Without them, our quest for truth and accountability regarding the 9/11 attacks would certainly not have gotten as far as it has. They have exposed corruption while touching the hearts of many.
We are honored to have Bob McIlvaine, father of Robert McIlvaine, and Michele Little, sister of fallen firefighter David Weiss. Our panelists will be Jon Gold and Janice Mathews. Note the many actions listed below by courageous family members.
Please email your questions to [address removed] ASAP, as listeners will be muted. This call is open to all activist organizers--please invite leaders and members of other activist groups, in addition to your own group members, to be on the call.
This phone interview will be accessible for everyone to hear through the call-in number above, and will be broadcast live by http://NoLiesRadio.org.
Our next call will be held Thursday, September 18, and will be an open discussion for 911truth.org grassroots organizers only to report on our 9/11/08 events and initiatives going forward.
A few of the accomplishments of 9/11 Victims' Family Members...
The families had to fight for an investigation. If not for them, we would have never have gotten their lies on paper.
When the 9/11 Commission was created, the families formed the 9/11 Family Steering Committee to monitor the commission, and supply them with well researched questions to be answered. Only 30% of their questions were touched on.
After the release of the 9/11 Commission's report, it was clear that there were a multitude of omissions, distortions, and blatant cover-ups concerning the 9/11 attacks. 9/11 Family Members Lorie Van Auken, Mindy Kleinberg, and Monica Gabrielle appeared at then Rep. Cynthia McKinney's 9/11 Congressional Briefing to testify. Bob McIlvaine was also in attendance.
On 9/5/2006, a documentary that called into question the 9/11 Commission and their report, and also told of the struggle the families had to endure for the truth was releaed entitled, 9/11: Press For Truth.
On 9/11/2006, 9/11 Family Members Donna Marsh O'Connor, Michele Little, and Christina Kminek appeared at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. to call for a new investigation into the attacks.
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In early 2007, the sequel to 9/11: Press For Truth was released entitled, "In Their Own Words: The Untold Stories Of The 9/11 Families."
In the last few years, family members have participated in several 9/11 Truth events. The 9/11 Omission Hearings in NYC, the 9/11 Accountability Conference in Chandler, Arizona, the 9/11 Symposium in West Hartford, CT, the 9/11 Truth Tuesdays Special Night in Wayne, PA, the NE 9/11 Truth Symposium in Keene, NH., and many more.
In February 2008, the September Eleventh Advocates (formerly known as the "Jersey Girls") called for a new investigation into the attacks of 9/11.