Friday, October 11, 2013

Open Letter to New York Media Personnel

John-Michael Talboo recently posted an article that is a call to action to partake in a grass-roots effort where people like you contact chosen media outlets in New York to support the ReThink9/11 campaign. The article provides all the necessary instructions for writing your own letter, including the relevant email addresses. If you are too busy to compose your own letter I encourage you to copy my letter (below) since a copied letter is better than no letter. Also feel free to create your own modified or edited version, if you have a couple of minutes to personalize your letter.
To whom it may concern:
I am sure that you are aware of the huge Times Square billboard asking people to reconsider the official narrative of the 9/11 tragedy, but have you accepted the challenge?
Have you asked yourself why over 2000 experts have signed the petition by Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth in support of the evidence for controlled demolition of the three WTC towers? Did you know that the third tower (WTC7) that collapsed on 9/11 fell in free-fall for over two seconds, meaning that about 100 feet of the steel-framed skyscraper failed to offer more resistance than a vacuum?
I hope you realize that this is something experts in controlled demolition normally achieve through the use of cutter-charges and explosives? Do you think maybe this explains the peer-reviewed and published discovery of microscopic fragments of an active energetic material in the rubble? Did you know that "Super-Thermite" happens to be a novel incendiary/explosive material developed by laboratories funded by the US government? Did you know that NIST "investigated" the collapses of the three Towers and that it refused to look for this material, and that it was one of those entities that helped to develop it in the first place?  
Maybe for these reasons people like Dwain Deets and Dr. Robert Bowman have signed the petition?
- Do you think the former Director for Research Engineering and Aerospace Projects at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, and the former head of the Department of Aeronautical Engineering at the U.S. Air Force Institute of Technology are some sort of fraudster morons with tin-foil hats?

Please give these people the respect that they deserve and let their voices be heard!
Thank You.