Famed Radio personality, Kim Hill, interviews Richard Gage, AIA on New Zealand Public Radio in Wellington for a half hour – in what turns out to be quite a wrestling match that resulted in a flood of emails to the station critical of Hill's treatment of her guest.
You can download the interview from the Podcasts section of our Downloads page.
Richard Gage, AIA has begun his Tour Blog entries, so check back often for those. We also have images, news and press coming in almost daily for each city as the tour progresses. Use the menu on the left column of the tour page to jump to each city section. As the dates pass, the city menu items will dim to show you what city is current or upcoming.
Thank you to all of the many people who have worked so hard to make this tour happen, both at AE911Truth (our dedicated and hard-working volunteers), and the many people who have helped arrange presentations in the cities, sponsored them, and done the voluminous local work to promote, organize and hold the events. And the attendees, as well.
AE911Truth hosts third convention booth at Virginia convention
The 2009 AIA "Architecture Exchange" (ArchEX) East convention held in Richmond, VA, November 5-6 had more than 110 exhibitors, most representing building products and services. AE911Truth's 950 A/E petition signers were quite well represented in our booth by the volunteer team I assembled for the event. We were doing what we do best: disseminating scientific information and facts about the destruction of the three World Trade Center skyscrapers on 9/11.
As public demand grows, AE911Truth is receiving mounting requests for appearances, coast to coast as well as internationally. Last month was no exception.
October 23rd brought Mr. Gage to Albuquerque, NM, for a live broadcast interviewseen on public access TV, Channel 27's 9/11: Myth vs. Reality program. Mr. Gage discussed some of the key evidence of typical and atypical controlled demolitions: freefall acceleration, molten metal, iron spheres, and the red-gray nanothermite chips found in the World Trade Center dust, none of which should be present in an ordinary office fire — even with jet fuel. There is no precedent for a fire-induced collapse of a steel-framed skyscraper.