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9/11 Truth Movement Calls For A New Investigation
Sun Sep 16, 2007 17:00

9/11 Truth Movement Calls For A New Investigation

Activists from all parts the United States and abroad joined together in New York City to pay their respects to the victims of September 11th, 2001, while demanding a new independent investigation because of the blatant omissions by the White House controlled 9/11 Commission Report. (see videos below).

The four days of actions, screenings and music were organized and hosted by WeAreChange.Org and started with a march from Ground Zero to the New Silverstein WTC 7, Wall Street, The Federal Reserve and concluding with emotional speeches in Washington Square. Some of the speakers included Talk show hosts Alex Jones, Jack Blood, Kevin Smith, Gary Franchi and event organizers Luke Rudkowski, Mike Knarr, Matt Lepacek and Tom Foti. They were also joined by many first responders and family members of the 9/11 victims.

The demonstrations were peaceful and respectful and no arrests were made. On Wednesday 9/12/07, Ed and Elaine Brown supporters, Danny Riley, Jason Gerhard, Cirino "Reno" Gonzales and Robert Wolffe were arrested and charged with assisting the Browns in avoiding justice at their rural home in Plainfield and conspired to impede federal agents. Independent videographer Terry Melton (photo left) on assignment for "We The People Radio Network" documenting 9/11 events in New York City was photographed with Danny Riley (photo right) the day before the arrest. Melton who was at Danny Riley's home at the time of the arrest was also taken into custody, but was later released after questioning. In a private phone call to WTPRN.COM, Melton said he's returning to Austin, but has declined any public comment until he meets with an attorney.


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