AE911Truth’s Chairman and Attorneys Discuss Path to the Supreme Court

A federal court has ruled in our case against NIST that U.S. government agencies are allowed to issue knowingly false reports, and that their reports are NOT required to be scientifically accurate.
 
 
In this episode of 9/11 Free Fall, host Andy Steele is joined by AE911Truth Chairman, Roland Angle, and the attorneys involved in the Supreme Court filing, Mick Harrison, and John M. Clifford, to delve into the details of not only the case itself but also the process ahead. And they’ll discuss the implications of this important case for the entire country. 
 
 
 
 
Our case is one that not only affects the World Trade Center issue but any issue in which science sits at the center. We are now not only fighting for 9/11 justice but for the future of the United States!
 
As we prepare to wage this important battle in the new year, we are holding our year-end fundraiser.
 
 

We need to raise $5,000 by December 31

 
This will help us garner the resources we need to carry on our historic fight.
 
 
In our pursuit of 9/11 justice, AE911Truth has stepped into an issue bigger than ALL of us.
 
This battle is one that we’re in together.
 
 

As engineers, we have a legal responsibility to guard the public’s safety.

We are a small non-profit taking on a tremendous issue, and we need your support to help fund these efforts.

If you believe in the power of dedicated people and their ability to change the world, then please make a donation right now!

Thank you so much for your continued support and your willingness to stand with us! 

 
 

 

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