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SAN DIEGO, June 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --
On Saturday, June 13 and Sunday, June 14, 2009, architect Richard Gage, AIA, will give his 100th talk on behalf of more than 640 architects and engineers who cite evidence of explosive demolition as the cause for collapse of the three World Trade Center buildings on 9/11. After careful examination of forensics data inconsistent with the official account, these professionals are calling for a new, independent investigation into the 9/11 atrocities.
A practicing architect for more than 20 years, Gage is the founder of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth (AE911Truth). Comprised of more than 3,600 petition-signers, members, architects and engineers, the organization contends at its Web site, AE911Truth.org, that the official FEMA and NIST reports provide insufficient evidence to explain the towers' destruction. AE911Truth points in particular to the destruction of the third high-rise, World Trade Center 7, which was not hit by an aircraft yet came down in less than seven seconds. The group bases its conclusions solely on forensic evidence and does not engage in conspiracy theories or in assigning blame for the destruction.
Originally posted by _BoneZ_
Full story at the link above. Mainstream media blackout is slowly starting to crumble.
Depending on the distribution and how large an audience you are trying to reach, it ranges from around $200 for a state distribution including full online distribution, to $680 for a full national release.
Costs are based on word count of a release, so for example our state newslines are typically $180 for 400 words, $50 each addt'l 100 words
Originally posted by CameronFox
Do you realize that YOU paid for this article? Your sustaining member money??
Originally posted by Redcollar
let's see, who's argument is more valid.
1. 600+ architects say that there is evidence of explosives in the wtc complex
2. cameronfox says that someone was given $195.
cameron could you please get back in the sandbox?