Truth and Justice


Research and Education

Our mission is to uncover the full truth surrounding the events of September 11, 2001. We pursue this mission by conducting research and providing education about the destruction of the three World Trade Center skyscrapers.

At the heart of our work is the conviction that a truthful accounting of 9/11 will bring justice for the thousands of victims who died that day and millions who've died since, while leading to a more peaceful society that is better equipped to address the challenges facing our world.






Dr. Leroy Hulsey, chair of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF), will publish the final report of his two-year study on the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 in August 2017. Learn more >>

The release of the UAF study is expected to be the most significant moment in AE911Truth’s ten-year existence — providing what we anticipate, based on Dr. Hulsey’s preliminary findings, will be irrefutable proof that fire could not have caused the collapse of WTC 7.

AE911Truth and our thousands of supporters will need to work vigorously to promote this landmark study, in order that it will have the fullest impact possible. Your membership in 2017 is essential to enabling that effort.




Using the results of the UAF study, AE911Truth will submit a detailed “Request for Correction” to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), asking that it correct the erroneous analysis in its WTC 7 report.

If, as expected, NIST’s response to that request is inadequate, AE911Truth will file suit against NIST under the Information Quality Act, seeking a judgment that requires NIST to correct its report.

AE911Truth intends to follow that anticipated lawsuit by supporting other suits against government agencies involved in covering up the truth about the World Trade Center destruction and against parties who likely participated in the plot or allowed it to be carried out.



AE911Truth will continue to expand and improve its education and outreach efforts. In terms of educating A/E professionals, our priority will be to scale up the marketing and delivery of our AIA CES-approved courses for architects, while introducing new continuing education courses for engineers.

Our other education-and-outreach priority will be to unveil a new website by this year’s September 11th commemoration. The goal of the new site will be twofold: provide an optimal platform for those who are new to the World Trade Center evidence to learn about it and for those who are already familiar with the evidence to become even more fully engaged in our efforts.

On the advocacy front, AE911Truth will use the UAF WTC 7 study as a vehicle to spearhead a new legislative advocacy campaign aimed at finding members of Congress who are willing to champion legislation that establishes a select committee to reinvestigate the World Trade Center destruction.