Visibility 9-11 Welcomes Erik Lawyer, Fire Fighters for 9-11 Truth

This week Visibility 9-11 Welcomes Erik Lawyer, founder of Fire Fighters for 9-11 Truth. Erik is a veteran fire fighter with the city of Seattle and recently woke up to the lies being promoted by the mainstream media, the government, and the 9-11 Commission. From the FF911T website:

"Firefighters for 9-11 Truth is a non-partisan association of firefighters and affiliates created to increase awareness, provide public education, demand a real investigation that follows National Standards, and provide support to our Brothers and Sisters in need. We are deeply troubled by the “official” story, and the way the rescue workers from Ground Zero are being forgotten."

Erik recently penned an article titled MAYDAY...MAYDAY...MAYDAY which documents his path aimed at truth, justice, and accountability for those truly responsible for the events of September 11th, 2001. Visibility 9-11 enthusiastically supports Erik and all his fine efforts.

Intermission music by Robbie Robertson.

Ending music by the Anthony Brown Orchestra (Gershwin).

Direct download: visibility911_fire_fighters_911_truth.mp3

The site is definitely

The site is definitely improving -- great job. My only caveat is that Barry Jennings won't likely be a good source for evidence in the long run since he claims he was misrepresented. One has to wonder why he did that and what more he will do in the future. His story has changed. What will it be next?


But the site looks very promising and already has a lot of info. it could really be a big help.

Very nice improvement

Very nice improvement, and I'm glad to see that concerns were taken seriously. The website is looking good and I know I'm going to add a link to it on my blog. Speaking of which, it would be nice if you had a blog too so you can add links and support 9/11 truth sites like this one, and Six new blogs already:
A 9/11/2008 Resolution: Start Your Own 9/11 Blog

and one of those slick, glossy info cards

... or postcards to promote the website would be nice. I'd make sure that quite a few of them got into the hands of firefighters around here. You have a good start on the front. Maybe some quotes on the back like this: and the statements by Manning, Ed. of Fire Engineering mag (?) about investigation as "tourist trip" and "half-baked-farce".

If you're not outraged, you're not paying attention.