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City of New York Concedes 9/11 Coalition Has 30,000

Valid Signatures To Put Referendum For 9/11 Investigation on November Ballot
September 10, 2009

New York — In a last minute decision, lawyers for the City of New York
have conceded that the New York City Coalition for Accountability Now (NYC CAN),
a group comprising 9/11 family members, first responders and survivors, indeed
did submit over 30,000 valid signatures to put the referendum for a new 9/11
investigation before the voters of New York City this November.
In an earlier letter from the City Clerk dated July 24, 2009, the City had
claimed only 26,003 signatures were valid, 3,997 short of the requisite 30,000.
The City’s concession that over 30,000 of the 52,000 signatures submitted
were in fact valid paves the way for lawyers from both sides to argue the legality
of petition.
Asked whether he thought NYC CAN could overcome the City’s challenge
to the legality of the petition, legal counsel to the petitioners, Dennis McMahon,
said, “Absolutely. Although the City has an incredibly successful record
of shooting down ballot initiatives, we will be arguing from a fresh perspective
that reflects the unprecedented events of 9/11. We believe the courts will see
how critical an issue this is, and be persuaded with our legal reasoning and
point of view.” A final determination on the legality of the petition
will be reached in time for the referendum to be included on the November ballot
should the petitioners prevail.

9/11 survivor: there was an explosion prior to plane’s impact

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Friday, Sept 11th, 2009

A loud bang shook the building and shortly afterwards the plane hit the skyscraper, states survivor William Rodriguez, who was a janitor in the North Tower of the WTC and helped to rescue others after the planes hit.

On September 11, 2001, he was in the basement of the North Tower of the WTC and says before the plane hit there was a huge explosion coming from below, so loud and so high that it pushed those present upwards into the air.

“I worked 20 years in that building and I know the difference between something coming from the top and something coming from the bottom. I did not know what was going on but what I do know there were two different events.”

Rodriguez believes that the official version of what happened that day left so many people unsatisfied because it left too many questions unanswered and even raised new ones.

He says the government did not react quickly enough to what was happening, but nobody was fired and the people responsible received promotions after 9/11. That fact alone raises suspicions and provokes conspiracy theories.

“When you have a government that spent almost $30 million to investigate Monica Lewinsky and then only spent $10-$15 million to investigate the death of 3,000 people – that is immoral and does not make any sense, and that is exactly what happened with us.”

William Rodriguez remembers that 9/11 was a complete surprise that nobody ever expected. It was a shock that was worse than being in a war, because on a war you are going prepared with something in mind that something is going to happen. “Here we just went to work a regular day and it changed the history of our lives,” he says.

The US is commemorating the eighth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, which killed almost three thousand people.

The official investigation into the tragedy has failed to satisfy many of the relatives and other Americans.

“Stop the 9-11 cover-up”

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Friday, Sept 11th, 2009

American citizens are pounding the streets, still searching for answers because the official version of the 9/11events has failed to satisfy many people, and there are calls for a fresh investigation into the tragedy.

The push for another investigation into the 9/11 attacks grows larger with each passing year, particularly today when the US is commemorating the eighth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, which claimed almost three thousand lives.

Manuel Badillo’s uncle died when the Twin Towers came down. He believes the US leaders had prior knowledge of the impending attacks but consciously failed to act.

He asks, “Why was there no justice yet? Why is there no accountability?”

Badillo is among roughly 80,000 New Yorkers petitioning for a new, impartial, probe to answer the questions many believe state and federal officials are failing to address.

Manuel Badillo says, “The majority of family members do not believe the story. First responders do not believe what they were told by the government. All of this turned out to be lies, what we have been told. 60% of the commissioners do not believe the story they received.”

Critics say the 9/11 Commission Report, presented as the official version of events, failed to hold a single individual accountable for the numerous warnings leading up to, on and after September 11.

The NYC Coalition of Accountability Now (CAN) is an organization that is focused on getting a referendum during this November’s mayoral election, to allow New Yorkers the chance to vote for a new 9/11 investigation.

“It’s absolutely essential for the world, for the well-being of the world, that we understand why 9/11 occurred; who was behind it,” says Ted Walter, executive director of CAN. “Because if we have a false understanding, we’re going to be basing policies on that false understanding.”

Pressure’s even coming from the west coast – Hollywood actor Charlie Sheen has written a 15-page public letter to the president calling for another 9/11 inquiry.

But a move like Sheen’s can be quite a gamble in the domain of American public opinion. Just ask Van Jones, Obama’s former ‘green jobs tsar’. He stepped down because of hysteria over his support for and association with 9/11 truth-finders.

“Van Jones should have stuck to his feelings and to his democratic actions that he took, and his intuition, because the majority of Americans, the majority of New Yorkers, all the polls show it, know the government did not tell us the entire story about 9/11,” says Manuel Badillo.

Eight years ago all New Yorkers were standing shoulder-to-shoulder on the day nearly three thousand people perished from terrorist attacks. Now the citizens are standing on one side, police officers on the other, and many are asking for accountability, a demand from which these Americans refuse to back off.

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