[act-ma] Cynthia McKinney and Sen. Mike Gravel Press Conference in Boston at the State House Sept. 13th
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Sat Sep 3 14:41:07 PDT 2011
U.S. Senator and potential 2012 presidential candidate Mike Gravel is
reportedly preparing a major announcement about the September 11th attacks
to be made on the steps of the Massachusetts State House at 11:00 am on
September 13th, just two days after the tenth anniversary of 9/11. He will
be joined by the Honorable US Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney. Both of them
are strong critics of the official 9/11 narrative and the Bush and Obama
Saturday, September 3, 2011 Breaking: Martha Coakley Mulls Statewide 9/11
By John Merry
Boston, MA - U.S. Senator and potential 2012 presidential candidate Mike
Gravel is reportedly preparing a major announcement about the September 11th
attacks to be made on the steps of the Massachusetts State House at 11:00 am
on September 13th, just two days after the tenth anniversary of 9/11. He
will be joined by the Honorable US Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney. Both of
them are strong critics of the official 9/11 narrative and the Bush and
The exact nature of Gravel's 9/11 announcement is being withheld pending a
decision by Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley, due any day.
Coakley holds in her hands the fate of the "9/11: Never Forget" 2012 ballot
question, filed by Massachusetts residents on August 1st, which will
determine whether Massachusetts voters and 9/11 family members will succeed
in their 10-year quest for a full and proper investigation into the attacks
Will Coakley, who lost her Senate bid against Scott Brown in a special
election to replace the late Senator Edward Kennedy, allow the question to
go on the ballot or will she kill it before voters ever have a chance to see
Observers say that Coakley's stamp of approval on a real 9/11 inquiry would
risk her political career, as she would be openly defying President Barack
Obama, the titular head of her own party, who recently warned Americans
against expressing even small doubts about the official 9/11 conspiracy
theory in which 19 amateurs armed with box cutters somehow outfoxed the
entire US and NATO intelligence apparatus, along with the world’s most
sophisticated air defense system.
The tragic story of 9/11 began at Boston's Logan International Airport,
where the two flights that struck the Twin Towers originated. There is no
statute of limitations in homicide cases, so family advocates are expecting
Coakely to release the initiative to voters.
Having learned valuable lessons from the original 9/11 Commission, which,
according to its own chairmen Thomas Kean and Lee Hamilton, was "set up to
fail," the new commission will be non-partisan and empowered to subpoena an
extensive list of witnesses identified by the 9/11 Family Steering Committee
who were never called to testify. The new commission would also investigate
new information and witnesses that have surfaced since the 2004 release of
the 9/11 Commission Report.
Frustrated by years of bureaucratic stonewalling, 9/11 family members say it
is time to end what many are calling "the decade of deceit," referring to
fanatical over-secrecy, over-classification of evidence, and even blatant
lies told to them and the American people about the events of that terrible
day. They want answers and they say the time to get them is now, while key
witnesses are still alive.
Indeed, important questions still fester. How could America's highly
competent air defenses have failed so perfectly that day? Government
whistleblowers from the CIA and the FBI say answers to these and other
important questions would help quell wild conspiracy theories, and more
importantly, help prevent catastrophic defense failures like 9/11 in the
Senator Gravel's historic Beacon Hill announcement on September 13th will be
followed by meetings with Governor Deval Patrick and members of the state
legislature, which will be required by the state constitution to vote "Yes"
or "No" on creation of the real commission next spring - unless Coakley
succumbs to political pressure and stops voters from ever seeing it.
"What we are bringing forward is full disclosure on 9/11," said initiative
endorser Rich McCampbell of Milton. "Because the 9/11 families and the
American people have a right to know the full facts, and because those who
don't learn from history are doomed to repeat it."
Endorser Susan Serpa of Worcester said, "Never forget 9/11; that's what this
campaign is all about, and that's what Sen Gravel and Massachusetts voters
will be doing at the State House this September 13th," adding, "I believe
Martha Coakley will allow justice to be pursued in this case. She is a good
Democrat who will stand up for the people's rights."
See the Official Campaign Press Release for Senator Mike Gravel's Statewide
9/11 Massachusetts Ballot Initiative here:
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