Preparing to Win in the Courts: A Three-Prong Approach to 9/11 Justice

 
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08/13/2017 - 6:30pm
08/13/2017 - 9:00pm

Preparing to Win in the Courts: A Three-Prong Approach to 9/11 Justice

The 9/11 Truth Movement is structuring itself to win in the courts. Two new organizations have been formed as companions to the well-recognized Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth (AE911Truth). The three, together, will form a three-prong approach to bringing 9/11 Justice.
The two new organizations are Lawyers Committee for 911 Inquiry and 911 Truth Action Project (TAP). The first of these is primarily made up of lawyers, experienced in bringing suit on “truth to power” issues. The lawyers with this experience tell us it is essential to have highly visible support of the grassroots, hence the need to the second major effort.
The second is made up of grassroots citizens seeking truth friendliness in both the Media and the Congress. The short-term purpose of the 911TAP Petition Project is to get the 9/11 Truth community more active in street-level outreach. This is needed to educate the mainstream public about 9/11 and to recruit them into our ranks.
The third prong comes in the form of a major output from an AE911Truth grant. University of Alaska - Fairbanks, the grantee, has produced a landmark study of the WTC Building 7 structure. The final report, planned to be published this month, will explain how the federal agency tasked to study the WTC 7 collapse, came to publish a fraudulent official report.
Dwain Deets, long time member of SD911Truth, and occasionally guest speaker on 9/11 topics, will be the speaker for this event. Deets is 911TAP coordinator for California and Nevada region, and a member of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth. Deets will explain how these three prongs of the new 9/11 efforts fit together.
San Diegans for 9/11 Truth holds a meeting the second Sunday of the month at 6:30 PM at the Joyce Beers Community Center. This event, on Sunday, August 13th, will feature feature a Powerpoint presentation, then follow with a discussion. The event is free, although a basket for donations is available for support of operating expenses.
Joyce Beers Community Center is in Hillcrest, 3900 Vermont Ave. San Diego 92013 (between Aladdin’s and Panera.)