A few pics from the South Bend 9/11 Truth Conference

Following are a few teaser pics from the South Bend 9/11 Truth Conference which featured Kevin Ryan, Mike Berger and Webster Tarpley. It was a great turnout with over 100 people attending throughout the day. There were some seasoned truthers in attendance that drove several hours to South Bend, and then there were some people that either had no clue about 9/11 truth, or were just interested. The audience was very interested, asked many questions after every speaker and all in all, it was a great conference. Thank you to Kevin Ryan, Mike Berger and Webster Tarpley for their great presentations, each of which brought their own flavor so it was never boring. This conference was made possible by Andy Schmidt whom i helped all day with set up and handing out flyers, movies, etc. If you would like to set up your own 9/11 Truth groups in your cities, Andy Schmidt used http://9-11.meetup.com/. The following pics aren't the greatest as they were taken with my phone, but they do the job.


Audience watching Mike Bergers movie "Improbable Collapse".

Q and A with Kevin Ryan after his presentation.

Mike Berger and Kevin Ryan.

Andy Schmidt our organizer with Mike Berger and Webster Tarpley.


Thanks for posting these pictures and helping with the event. It's nice to see. Events like this really affect people and help grow the movement. It may not be a lot of people, but it sounds like there were some new people and that's really important.

A lot of events don't have many new people so for new people to see someone as credible and well-versed in the facts as Kevin Ryan is important. They will likely stay involved and spread the word.

Kevin's new essay is here, amongst other places -

Looking for Truth in Credentials: The WTC "Experts"
March 8, 2007

a few questions

I'm curious about the logistics and such. How big of a population base is within, say, 40 miles of the conference room? What methods were used to publicize the event, and how long a time did they span? Etc.

Hopefully that doesn't sound nosy. I'm asking for the record, as many future events will doubtless be organized in many places. ;-)

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There's a population

of about 150,000 in this area of the conference. And a few people drove much further since this conference was advertised on 9/11 Blogger and a few other sites. Flyers were handed out around the city and the local news paper and a tv station did stories on the event which drew a few more people. You have to get your newspaper and tv stations to do a story for you and you have to get out and get flyers up. After that, word of mouth starts happening.

how'd you get on TV?

tell tell

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