David R. Meiswinkle and Mick Harrison from the Lawyers’ Committee, Richard Gage from AE911Truth.org and Robert McIlvaine hold a press conference to discuss the Lawyers’ Committee lawsuit against the FBI.
For the first time ever, 9/11 family members and advocates are taking legal action against the FBI aimed at forcing the Bureau to assess and report the evidence of the World Trade Center’s explosive demolition as well as other unaddressed 9/11 evidence. Read or download the Complaint HERE
December 1, 2018: Richard Hoagland hosts the Lawyers’ Committee on The Other Side of Midnight. Click here to listen to the show on TheOtherSideOfMidnight.com or click on the picture above.
Richard Gage, AIA, the founder of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth premiered his new movie entitled “Firefighters Architects & Engineers Expose 9/11 Myths” at the New Brunswick Elks on November 12, 2015. The event, sponsored by New Jersey 911 Aware was well attended with at least 65 participants. A lively and informative questions and answer period followed the movie presentation, which had also included Erik Lawyer of Firefighters for 9/11 Truth and Unity as co-narrator in the film.
Mr. Gage chose New Jersey to begin his torrid 12 day New England Tour at the New Jersey Institute of Technology on November 11, 2015. This event was held on campus at New Jersey’s leading technical institute in Newark, and was organized by NJIT faculty member and NJ 911 Aware Board of Trustee member Prof. Jay Kappraff, PhD. Mr. Gage’s tour culminated with a presentation in Woodstock, Vt. On November 22, 2015.
Mr. Gage was well received in New Brunswick and was an inspiration to those who attended. He is considered by many the foremost presenter and expert concerning the 9/11 forensic evidence at Ground Zero. He, along with his organization Architects & Engineers believe that controlled
demolitions were used to bring the massive World Trade Center Tower Buildings down including World Trade Center 7, and have petitioned for a new 9/11 investigation.
The NJ 911 Aware team is proud to have such a stellar group of volunteers and activists for truth!*
*This special event was filmed and photographed by NJ 911 Aware videographer Carlos Oropeza.
Richard Gage, AIA, President and Co-Founder of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth will be premiering his new film entitled, “FIREFIGHTERS, ARCHITECTS &ENGINEERS EXPOSE 9/11 MYTHS” on Thursday, November 12, 2015, 7 pm at the New Brunswick Elk’s Lodge located at 40 Livingston Ave in downtown area of New Brunswick. Last year Mr. Gage was interviewed on C-Span for an extended period of time.
If you have questions concerning the events of 9/11 especially those having to deal with the collapse of the massive Twin Towers and WTC 7, please attend and bring a friend. Mr. Gage presents not as a politician but as a scientist. Listen as he presents the science. Meet him and ask him questions. Support the efforts to find the Truth.
Members of New Jersey 911 Aware set up tables on a most windy day recently outside the Douglass College Student Center on Nichol Ave. in New Brunswick, New Jersey to speak to students about 9/11 and to distribute literature and dvds. Douglass College is an all-women’s college and part of Rutgers the State University.
The educational outreach is the second in the past few months, following up on another successful event, cross town at Rutgers College. New Jersey 911 Aware is a federally recognized non-profit organization with a mission to educate the public about the 9/11 issue and other issues of social importance; and to assist in the creation of a new 9/11 commission to investigate the crimes…more
For the first time in Rutgers College history, on November 12, 2014, seven members of New Jersey 9/11 Aware, a nonprofit New Jersey corporation, set up information tables on College Avenue next to the Rutgers College Commons distributing literature and DVDs that refute the federal government’s official conspiracy story concerning the events of 9/11.
The active group was on Campus for seven hours, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., speaking with numerous students and distributing hundreds of pieces of literature and DVDs educating the student body. “This was our first attempt at out-reach to the college community”, said NJ 911 Aware President David Meiswinkle. “It was encouraging and we plan to have follow-ups”. On September 11, 2001, the United States of America suffered its worst domestic attack, which killed approximately 3,000 people. Within a few days, the Bush administration had apparently solved the crime and was able to identify 19 Muslim hijackers as suspects. Subsequent government investigations reported that office fires brought the massive skyscrapers down, including the World Trade Center, North and South Tower and World Trade Center 7, a 47-story, 550 foot building, which was not hit by an airplane.