NYC CAN "Building What?!" FINAL DAY!

Support the NYC CAN Effort to Investigate WTC 7

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Make one phone call right now to the speaker of the NY City council

Building What?! Day 17 (final day)

A Message from NYC CAN

April 7th, 2010

Fellow Advocates:

Today is a special day. For the last three weeks, your phone calls and faxes have worked like a steam roller, paving the way for NYC CAN and courageous council members to begin to raise the discussion about opening a real investigation into the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7. Today we bring this marathon effort to a close by making a statement that will resonate through City Hall.

Rather than contacting three council members, we are contacting only one – the most powerful member of the City Council, the Speaker, Christine Quinn. Our goal is to reach 1,000 phone calls, which will amount to one phone call every 30 seconds. This tactic is not arbitrary – in order to get through to Christine Quinn we need a gigantic show of support, and it only takes two minutes of your time.
Special Instructions

If you are not an architect or engineer, we ask you to make a phone call to Speaker Quinn’s office, rather than sending a fax, because flooding her office with phone calls is a priority.

But here’s the catch: the paper trail will be in the letters that NYC CAN and Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth are asking every architect and engineer to fax to the Speaker’s office.

The phone calls will capture the Speaker’s attention, and the faxes will give her office a hard copy of our message signed by a qualified architectural or engineering expert.

So, if you’ve been sending faxes for the last three weeks, and you are a NYC CAN supporter but not an architect or engineer, we ask you to switch gears and make that one all-important phone call today. Don’t worry, the script is very easy, and you may not have to speak for more than a few seconds.

But, if you are an architect or engineer, we ask you to take 10 minutes to either copy/paste the form letter below, or to compose your own letter to the Speaker. We strongly prefer you to fax your letter, but if you don’t have access to a fax machine, you can also email it.

Please see below for the phone call script and the architect/engineer form letter. Thank you for helping with this important effort! Please help us reach 1,000 phone calls.