Saturday, September 2, 2023

Remembering Allan Rees


This week we were saddened to learn of the passing of our dear friend, and an important member of our 9/11 Truth family, Allan Rees. 
Allan was the man behind No Lies Radio, where our podcast, 9/11 Free Fall found its first home for many years. He was a hardworking, dedicated activist who was very active in our local area here in Berkeley and through No Lies Radio up until his recent passing.
Along with running all of AE911Truth’s IT support for our office and volunteers all around the world, all of our online events were run, behind the scenes, by Allan.
In 2008, shortly after NIST released its report on WTC 7, Allan interviewed the report’s lead investigator, Shyam Sunder, about their findings… creating a rare and historical moment of direct dialogue between the 9/11 Truth Movement and NIST that is still referenced by many activists and researchers today.  
This week’s episode of 9/11 Free Fall is dedicated in Allan’s memory as host Andy Steele replays Allan’s 2008 interview with Sunder, followed by Andy’s interview with Allan on the show in 2016.



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