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Action step requested to protect job of 9/11 forum host, free speech defense

From: Susan S.
Sent on: Tuesday, April 14, 2009 11:07 PM
Action step requested for free speech, please read below.

From: [address removed]
To: [address removed]
Sent: 4/14/2009 8:11:28 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time
Subj: 911 Truth - Action Step Request re Positive Feed back to BU for Griffin Lecture
Hello friends.  First off a huge "Thank-You!" to everyone who came to hear Prof Griffin this past Saturday night.  And special thanks as well to those who brought or sent friends to the event who may have been hearing about the 911 Truth Movement for the first time at a public lecture.  
Our program was a spectacular success!  We had over 400 people in attendance.  Professor Griffin presented both well established and brand new evidence that questions the formal 911 myth.  Excellent questions were asked by the audience.  And more than enough money was raised to pay our bills for the event.
But here is the down side.   Some people just can't tolerate free speech!  Please read Rich Mc Campbell's note below and let Boston University know how much you appreciate the stand for free speech and intellectual inquiry that they took by supporting the BU School of Theology's decision  to host Prof Griffin's talk.  My suggestion is that  in your remarks you focus on praising BU for supporting free speech and intellectual inquiry rather than on pushing the issue of 911 Truth per se.   
If Mary Elizabeth Moore does not get solid public backing for the stand she took, her job could be at risk.  So please realize the importance of your taking the requested action step. 
Thanks in advance for your activism,
PS Special Bonus!  Because you took the time to read this note right away you also get to know that 911 Truth will feature prominently in tonight's episode of "Rescue Me" at 10PM EST on FOX's FX network.
-----Original Message-----
From: Rich McCampbell [mailto:[address removed]]
Sent: Monday, April 13,[masked]:19 PM
To: Chris Gruener
Subject: Positive Feed back to BU for Griffin Lecture


    Dear New England911TruthSeeke­rs,


    As you may know, the Boston 911Truth Committee presented Dr Griffin April 11th for a lecture at BU through the graciousness of Dr. Griffin���s dear friend and Dean of the BU School of Theology[STH], Mary Elizabeth Moore. Her courageous hosting of Griffin @ BU has brought a firestorm of hate letters, email and phone calls to the STH. So much so that the BU police recommended a police presence at Dr. Griffin���s lecture, which was provided.


    I am worried the hateful people���s write-in/call-in/ema­il-in campaign to BU STH will hurt Mary Elizabeth���s young career @ BU STH, which she just started in March. In the past, such campaign���s caused the firing of two of DRG publishers who heretically allowed a DRG book to be published!


    We need a positive, love-filled call-in/email-in/ write-in campaign to BU and BU STH, saying how wonderful the STH was for allowing Dr. Griffin to speak at BU about the government lies and cover-up of the paramount justice issue of our time: 911. For the sake of Mary Elizabeth���s job, the one who made the DRG event happen in Boston, please tell BU and the STH in no uncertain terms how much you loved hearing the truth about 911.


    Please call/write/email BU and the STH:


    Boston University Main Office

    One Sherbourne Street

    Boston, MA 02215




    Boston University School of Theology

    745 Commonwealth Avenue, Suite 110

    Boston, MA 02115


    [address removed]

    [address removed]


    Thank you so much,

    Rich McCampbell

    Boston 911Truth Committee

    [address removed]

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