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Rethink911.org logo OCTOBER 8, 2013

ReThink911 Media Blitz Week

ReThink911 billboard in Times Square at night

Over the next days, five major New York City newspapers including The New York Times, the Daily News, the New York Post, the Village Voice and Newsday, will receive a flood of emails from ReThink911 supporters worldwide.

Join this media blitz campaign to tell the NYC media that there has been a giant ReThink911 billboard in Times Square since September 3rd. The 54-foot-tall billboard asks New Yorkers if they know a third tower fell on 9/11. A recent poll shows that, after 12 years, only 1 in 2 Americans know about the collapse of WTC Building 7. Mainstream media cannot and should not ignore this ─ but they have so far. With the participation of thousands of ReThink911 supporters like you, this can change.

TODAY'S NEWS OUTLET: The New York Times

Please take 5 minutes to contact the New York Times today (or tomorrow for latecomers) at these addresses:

metro@nytimes.com
news-tips@nytimes.com

BCC: us at this address so that we can keep a tally of our progress: NYCmedia@ae911truth.org

Later this week we’ll send instructions for the other news outlets:
Thursday: Daily News and New York Post
Saturday: Village Voice and Newsday

Tips for Writing Your Email

It is best if every letter is different. So, rather than providing a standard letter, here are the main points worth touching on:

  • There’s a billboard in Times Square (1 to 2 sentences suggested)
  • Introduction to Building 7 (2 to 3 sentences suggested)
  • Why they should report on the Times Square billboard (2 to 3 sentences suggested)
  • A link to the website: www.ReThink911.org

Thank you for getting involved!

ReThink911 billboard in Times Square at night
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