This Saturday, June 2nd, at 12:00 PM Eastern / 9:00 AM Pacific, three representatives of the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry will participate in a panel discussion at the Left Forum in New York City titled “Petition for Grand Jury Investigation Into the Crimes of 9/11.”

Attorneys Mick Harrison, Julio Gomez, and Dave Meiswinkle will discuss the petition they filed last month, which demands that the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York present evidence of unprosecuted federal crimes at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, to a special grand jury.

Given the tremendous interest in this effort and our strong support for it, AE911Truth is facilitating a livestream of this panel discussion so that supporters all over the world can hear from the authors of the petition and learn what’s next. Those viewing the livestream will even be able to submit questions to the moderator, which the speakers will address at the end of the discussion.

Simply donate whatever you can afford — $20 is suggested, but any amount less or more than $20 is appreciated — and we will send you, 24 hours in advance, a link and a passcode to our livestream page on AE911Truth.org, where you’ll be able to tune in live. Also, the livestream will be instantly archived for 10 days so you can arrive late, watch again, watch later, or pick up any pieces that you missed.

All donations will go to the No Lies Foundation / No Lies Radio, a small 501(c)(3) nonprofit, to cover the costs of providing the livestream.

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Learn more about the panel discussion and its speakers at LeftForum.org.

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Lastly, the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry is inviting concerned citizens all over the world to sign on to the grand jury petition. (The Lawyers’ Committee is periodically forwarding all new signatories to the U.S. Attorney’s office.) Adding your name to this historic petition will amplify the demand that the U.S. Attorney fulfill his legal obligation to present the WTC evidence to a federal grand jury.

Learn more and sign the petition at LawyersCommitteefor9-11Inquiry.org.