Lobby for Treason Prosecution

I was reading this "Call to Conscience for the U.S. Congress" written by a DC anti-war activist and member of The National Campaign for Nonviolent Resistance (http://www.iraqpledge.org/call_to_conscience.htm ) and something suddenly dawned on me. While there has been a growing outcry by the anti-war community for citizens to lobby Congress in an effort to end the war in Iraq, there has been no corresponding large-scale effort on the part of the 9/11 community to impact upon the conscience of Congress with regard to what actually took place on September 11.

Perhaps it is now high time that all of those interested in getting behind the real, actual truth about 9/11 joined together in order to lobby Congress to prosecute all of the guilty parties for Treason?

Over four years have passed since September 11 and we still do not have a lobbying presence in DC demanding for prosecution of these high crimes. This is why I fully support this effort that calls for not just the prosecution of Bush, Cheney, and Rumsfeld but for others (John and Jane Does) who, likewise, may be guilty of such offenses.

Here is the full petition calling for prosecution of treason for those who are guilty of the crimes of 9/11:


What are your thoughts? Isn't it time we set up a lobbying presence in DC to prosecute all of the 9/11 criminals to the fullest extent of the law?

Cathy Garger

do you think they really

do you think they really want anyone to know... I wonder if they get threatened or harrassed for asking...

Yes Cathy, it is way past

Yes Cathy, it is way past time.

Let us know what you would like to do.

Get ready... New Saddam

Get ready...

New Saddam Documents Detail Terror Training

I know this is newsmax, which is a right wing paper, but I wanted to post this to point out something. Baghdad fell on April 9th, 2003. Close to two years ago. Why on EARTH would they have waited two years to release something that would have saved them A LOT of problems? If this is true...

Here is what the Weekly

Here is what the Weekly Standard is saying...

"Nearly three years after the U.S. invasion of Iraq, only 50,000 of these 2 million "exploitable items" have been thoroughly examined. That's 2.5 percent. Despite the hard work of the individuals assigned to the "DOCEX" project, the process is not moving quickly enough, says Michael Tanji, a former Defense Intelligence Agency official who helped lead the document exploitation effort for 18 months. "At this rate," he says, "if we continue to approach DOCEX in a linear fashion, our great-grandchildren will still be sorting through this stuff."

Most of the 50,000 translated documents relate directly to weapons of mass destruction programs and scientists, since David Kay and his Iraq Survey Group--who were among the first to analyze the finds--considered those items top priority. "At first, if it wasn't WMD, it wasn't translated. It wasn't exploited," says a former military intelligence officer who worked on the documents in Iraq."

BTW... even if Saddam did

BTW... even if Saddam did train terrorists, which I don't believe for a minute he did, but even if Saddam did train terrorists, that's still no excuse to attack a country that never attacked us.

Hey Farang, if you haven't

Hey Farang, if you haven't already, sign the petition...

I think it's VERY

I think it's VERY interesting that this group, "Move America Forward" establishes themselves a few weeks before this "news" comes out...