9/11 Family Member Seventeen Years Later:
‘Let’s Keep On—This Might Just F--king Work’
Matt Campbell — who lost his brother, Geoff, on 9/11 — gave this moving and hopeful speech in front of the U.S. Capitol on September 11, 2018. We are grateful to Matt for traveling all the way from the United Kingdom for this year’s 9/11 anniversary and we are honored that we could provide this opportunity for him to speak about the need for perseverance as we march onward in the pursuit of truth and justice. Stay tuned for a full recap of all our 9/11 anniversary events!
Seventeen years ago today, my brother Geoff was murdered.
As Richard said, he was on the 106th floor of the North Tower. He was attending a Risk Waters conference. There was once three Campbell brothers; now there’s only two. And I miss him. We all do.
This year, I am pleased to be a signatory of the grand jury petition and the Bobby McIlvaine Act.
Whenever the authorities are involved in murder and its subsequent cover-up, it’s only through the determination and perseverance of family members and individuals that truth and justice can have any chance of prevailing, even when the chances of succeeding appear to be slim. I’d like to give you an example of what inspires me.
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