When: 7pm EST, Wed. July 19, 2017
It’s been a bizarre year for American politics. No less so for the movement to get to the bottom of 9/11.
Two leading NYC peace activists and 9/11 researchers, Les Jamieson and Sander Hicks, will host a presentation about the new opportunities for 9/11 justice advocacy which have emerged in this watershed year. Understanding key aspects of 9/11 research combined with these new opportunities leads to a path to peace and deep change beyond what was previously available.
While there are many important areas of 9/11 research, one area has received unprecedented media coverage in the last year.
Last July, the US Congress released the “28 Pages” which expose the money trail of 9/11. This was followed by a dramatic passage of JASTA, (the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act.) These twin developments cleared the way for lawsuits which seek to expose the funding for the 9/11 attacks.
The cause for transparency over secrecy has won! Clear insights into the questionable relationship between the Bush and Saudi royal families, the 9/11 money trail, the bizarre geopolitics of the U.S./Saudi government, and role of the Deep State are visible like never before.