On November 8, 2017, we at AE911Truth were very fortunate to meet a young gentleman named Drew DePalma at the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo in Boston.
Like us, Drew was at Greenbuild as an exhibitor — in his case, representing M&E Engineers, where he works as director of operations. But in one way, Drew is different from probably anyone else who was at Greenbuild, in that he lost his mother on September 11, 2001, when he was 17 years old.
After a lengthy discussion at our booth, Drew decided to sign the AE911Truth petition. We are grateful to Drew for adding his voice to our growing demand for a new investigation. And we especially appreciate his desire to be a spokesman for the Bobby McIlvaine Act.
The article that follows is his impactful story.
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We are now in the third day of our year-end fund drive. The purpose of this fundraiser is to fill our 2017 funding gap and carry us into the new year on a strong footing.
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