Fifteen years after September 11, 2001 — and ten years since the founding of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth — our work continues to gain momentum because of your steadfast and selfless commitment to this cause.
And so, on Thanksgiving Day 2016, we pause to give thanks to you.
Because of your support, this has been a year of incredible progress for our mission, even in the midst of a turbulent election that dominated the mainstream news media. Here are some of the biggest things we accomplished together so far in 2016 — and we still have much more in store before the end of the year!
- Justice In Focus: 9/11 | 2016 — The landmark 15th anniversary symposium that has sharpened the focus of the 9/11 Truth Movement on achieving justice through the legal system in the coming years.
- World Trade Center Physics — Our 13-page publication on the physics of the Twin Towers’ total destruction. We mailed 35,000 copies directly to civil engineers and distributed another 15,000 through our store and as downloads.
- Europhysics News — The feature article, published in the European Physical Society’s magazine, which has been viewed 350,000 times and prompted a former NIST employee to speak out earlier this week (see p. 43).
- WTC 7 Evaluation — The AE911Truth-funded computer modeling study at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, led by Dr. Leroy Hulsey, whose preliminary results show that WTC 7 did not collapse due to fire.
- AIA WTC 7 Resolution — The resolution calling for the AIA to support a new WTC 7 investigation, which won 11% of delegates’ votes at the AIA National Convention in May, a nearly threefold increase over 4% in 2015.
- Viral Videos — AE911Truth’s video posts, including Solving the Mystery of WTC 7 (re-posted), Free Fallin’, and Architect vs. Blacksmith, were viewed more than 3 million times altogether on Facebook and YouTube.
Our very next project is to publicize the story of Peter Ketcham, a former NIST employee who wrote a letter to the editor
in Europhysics News
rebuking NIST’s WTC reports. We thank you for helping us raise, in less than 24 hours, half the $5,000 needed to produce a topnotch video interview with Mr. Ketcham and pay for related publicity. See yesterday’s bulletin
for more about that.
On behalf of the staff and volunteers at AE911Truth, thank you for making 2016 a year of incredible progress.
In humble gratitude,
Richard Gage, AIA