While delivering the World Trade Center evidence to engineering professionals, Project Due Diligence is also planting its roots in local communities across the country.
One example, documented now on our YouTube channel, is our very own chairman, Roland Angle, who earlier this year spoke at two separate meetings of Stand Up for Idaho — a political organization of Idaho citizens that advocates on behalf of issues reflecting the concerns of most rural areas in middle America.
By making presentations at citizen advocacy groups, our engineers are sparking awareness in people who are already dedicated to creating change in our country, directing their passion and their energy right at the 9/11 issue.
Roland is the founder of Project Due Diligence, but he represents only one of the many engineers who have volunteered to bring our critical evidence to various associations all over America.
Our volunteers travel long distances to carry out our important mission, and they need your help to keep moving forward.
Even a donation of $20 or $30 can help fill our engineers’ gas tanks as they drive hundreds of miles to present the evidence of controlled demolition at the World Trade Center to those who have never seen it before.
With your support, we can continue to shake up the grassroots of the engineering and activist communities, overstepping the imposed silence of professional organizations and the mainstream media, and fanning the flames that we know will lead to real change in our country.
With big presentations coming this year, we’re in a collective battle. Please help us reach our goal so that we can continue to capture territory in the minds of our colleagues, who have the credentials, knowledge, and influence to force professional engineering associations to change their positions and pull their support out from under the NIST reports one engineer at a time.
Project Due Diligence
Project Due Diligence is a coordinated effort by a team of engineers around the world to engage the profession in performing its due diligence regarding the official reports on the three catastrophic building failures that occurred on September 11, 2001.
As engineers, we have a legal responsibility to guard the public’s safety. Given the magnitude of the building failures at the World Trade Center, which resulted in greater loss of life than any other building failure in history, it is our duty to understand the official reports and to call for further investigation if those reports are not satisfactory.
To facilitate this process of due diligence, we are giving our presentation to groups all over the world. At the conclusion of each presentation, we invite engineers to sign our petition and to join us in disseminating this information to the entire engineering profession.