Mark Crispin Miller and Les Jamieson
The Existence of Indisputable Evidence and the Courts
Introduction by Daniel Sheehan, attorney and author
Education and Research Lay the Groundwork for Justice
Richard Gage, AIA, and Professor Dr. J. Leroy Hulsey, P.E., S.E.
Richard Gage, AIA, the founder of Architects and Engineers For 9/11 Truth, will provide an update on the organization, current efforts, and goals for the coming years.
Dr. J. Leroy Hulsey will present the preliminary findings of WTC 7 Evaluation — a computer modeling studying of WTC 7’s collapse that he and a team of researchers are conducting at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
9/11 as “Strategy of Tension”
Judge Ferdinando Imposimato, Honorary President of the Supreme Court of Italy
Judge lmposimato will share his experience of prosecuting the crimes of Operation Gladio, which is a documented example of powerful, subversive forces staging coups and false flag attacks to manipulate political, military, and public policy decision making. He will then draw parallels to the operations involved in executing the 9/11 attacks.
Lionel, Attorney, Emmy Award Winning, Nationally Syndicated American Radio and Television Personality
Dylan Avery, Filmmaker, “Loose Change” Documentary Series
Bob McIlvaine, 9/11 family member
Creating Our Enemies:
From the Mujahadeen to ISIS
Wayne Madsen, Michael Springmann
This panel will examine the discrepancies in what we know about violent jihadi groups and discuss their role as manufactured enemies.
28 Pages to 80,000 Pages:
Transparency as the Path to Justice
Les Jamieson, Jeff Steinberg
This panel will highlight the most important revelations from the recently declassified 28 pages and discuss why this is a starting point for obtaining accountability and justice.
Lessons From Landmark Cases Applied To Prosecuting 9/11
Daniel Sheehan, Public Interest Attorney, author of “The People’s Advocate”
Daniel Sheehan is a renowned public interest lawyer specializing in constitutional law. He will bring his unparalleled experience and insight showing parallels between landmark cases he has litigated and strategies for prosecuting the crimes of 9/11.
Justice in Focus:
Toward Prosecuting the Crimes of 9/11
A round-table discussion with Daniel Sheehan, Gary Null, Mark Crispin Miller, Wayne Madsen
9/11 Truth Action Project:
Bill Jacoby, Sander Hicks,Wayne Coste, Sara Nelson, Andrew Kreig
Introducing “9/11 TAP”, a new organization which is a focused, structured effort to coalesce into a well-tuned, coordinated network that can use its growing numbers to educate the public and influence public policy by virtue of showing legislators that there exists a substantial political constituency. By creating local Action Groups engaged in educational efforts as well as legislative lobbying, the 9/11 activist community can evolve into a highly effective movement aimed at creating real change and real progress for humanity, beginning with our political, media, and educational institutions.