[act-ma] Sunday: 9/11Truth: Military journalist on Pentagon and chemist on WTC explosives
rkrushnic at gmail.com
Fri Dec 2 11:41:28 PST 2011
The Greater Boston Alliance for 9/11 Truth and Justice presents
Barbara Honegger and Mark Basile
along with hot cider and soup
Sunday, Dec. 4th, 2:00 pm, Encuentro 5, 33 Harrison Ave, 5th fl. Chinatown
Barbara will speak with powerpoint about her interviews with military
personnel eyewitnesses to the events of 9/11/2001 at the
Pentagon—including evidence of major explosions in the Pentagon prior
to the impact of an aircraft or missile.
Mark, featured in the new Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth DVD,
Experts Speak Out, will present scientific evidence that the Twin
Towers and Building 7 were brought down by pre-set explosives
(including the new explosive at that time, military-grade
nanothermite), not by the impact of the planes and resultant fires.
Barbara Honegger, M.S., served as White House Policy Analyst and
Special Assistant to the Assistant to the President in the Domestic
Policy Council, and for more than a decade (2000-2011) was the Senior
Military Affairs Journalist with the Naval Postgraduate School, the
premiere science and national security graduate research university of
the Department of Defense. Ms. Honegger is the author of the
pioneering book October Surprise, first to reveal the origins of the
Iran/Contra scandal; and was the only expert witness testifying solely
on the Pentagon at the Sept. 2011 Toronto International Hearings on
the Events of 9/11/2001. Her interview with Pentagon survivor-witness
April Gallop served as a key basis for a critical 9/11 lawsuit filed
against Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney Dec., 2008 in NY.
Mark Basile, B.S. Chemical Engineering Worcester Polytechnic Institute
1986. His skills for analyzing 9/11: Materials characterization with
electron microscope with x-ray fluorescence for elemental analysis,
metallurgical techniques, thermal analysis with differential scanning
calorimeter and other techniques. Analysis of constituents and
contaminants. Developing optically based chemical detectors for
liquid chromatography. Commercialization of detectors including
tunable fluorescence, tunable and multichannel uv/vis absorbance. He
can explain 9/11 analysis so the non-scientist can understand.
Come learn, question, debate, discuss, socialize, and enjoy soup and cider.
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