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.
Many individuals and groups, however, disputed the government’s premature conclusions because other hypothesis were not examined, as well as other suspects. Some, especially architects and engineers, claimed that controlled demolition had brought the skyscrapers down at near freefall rate, and for that to happen, explosives had to be rigged and security had to be breached. This meant the possibilities of an inside job and should have been examined by the government, as it takes weeks, if not months, to prepare a building for controlled demolition. Nano-thermite, a high-grade military explosive, was also found by independent scientists in the dust samples at ground zero. The government explained they did not check for explosives, as no one had asked them to do so. The government also said there were no explosions or molten steel, while 118 firemen, who experienced explosions and contradicted the official story, were never called to testify before the 9/11 Commission. Their experience was erased from the official reported history.
Time has proven critics of the government reports are correct in demanding a new 9/11 investigation. Momentum is moving towards questioning everything that has been officially declared by government. Weapons of mass destruction, which never existed, now appear a convenient ploy to consolidate oil lands in the Middle East, while a police state and draconian Patriot Bill measures threaten to vanquish the Constitution and Bill of Rights. More and more people are beginning to re-examine and re-think 9/11 and are calling for a new investigation. New Jersey 911 Aware is asking people to do just that. Meiswinkle, an attorney points out that New Jersey has as many, if not more legal connections concerning 9/11 jurisdiction for criminal investigations, and civil and criminal legal actions than anywhere else in the world.