WE EXIST FOR YOU
We exist for one simple reason: because thousands of people like you believe that exposing the truth about 9/11 is essential to creating the kind of world we all want to live in.
With your support and participation in our community of activists, we work to achieve that goal. MLK said the moral arc of the universe is long but it bends toward justice. Together, we are part of that arc.
WTC 7 EVALUATION
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 three-year study on the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 later this year. Learn more >>
The release of the UAF study is expected to be the most significant step forward among all of AE911Truth’s many accomplishments — 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 may have the fullest impact possible. Your membership in 2018 will enable us to do just that.
EDUCATION AND ADVOCACY
AE911Truth will continue to expand its education and advocacy efforts. In terms of educating A/E professionals, our priority will be on growing and sustaining our soon-to-be-launched outreach program to the engineering community.
This effort involves a network of more than 30 engineers around the world delivering our new presentation designed by AE911Truth board member Roland Angle and longtime researcher and contributor Tony Szamboti. The goal is to finally mobilize the engineering profession as a whole to support a new World Trade Center investigation.
On the advocacy front, AE911Truth will build on the progress made since the September 11, 2017, launch of our campaign for the Bobby McIlvaine Act. Our focus will be on organizing an ever-increasing number of 9/11 family members to support the Act, fostering continuous grassroots pressure on Congress, and finding one representative — or a handful of them — to introduce the Act.
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.
Following on the heels of the recently-filed petition for a federal grand jury investigation, AE911Truth will continue its collaboration with the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry and 9/11 family members to advance groundbreaking civil litigation over the next year.