Wake Up the District Attorney With 1,000 Letters: WEEK 1

NYCCAN Letter Week 1

Wake Up the District Attorney With 1,000 Letters


A message from NYC CAN:

Fellow Advocates,

Today is the first day of our 4-week campaign urging the Manhattan District Attorney to investigate the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7. To bring Building 7 fully to the attention of the District Attorney, our goal is to flood the DA's office with 1,000 letters and faxes per week, because anything short of 1,000 will fail to show just how widespread the desire for a new investigation is. We are counting on you to take part in this gigantic grassroots effort no matter who you are or how busy you are. The good thing is:

You will only be asked to send one letter per week!

And, at the beginning of each week, we will report how many letters and faxes were sent the previous week! This way we all get to know whether or not we reached our goal.

This is how it's going to work:

  • At the beginning of each week we will send out a template of the letter. Feel free to edit the letter to make it your own, but please be sure to stick to what the letter is saying. The template is available below.
  • Copy/paste the letter, edit it as you see fit, and mail or fax it to the District Attorney's office. We are asking you to mail or fax your letter because the District Attorney's office asks for complaints to be written.
  • Email us to let us know you sent your letter so we can record a total for that week.
  • Forward this action alert to as many people as possible, post it on blogs, websites, facebook, etc.

Each week will cover a different topic so that the District Attorney can be comprehensively educated about the destruction of Building 7 in a way that is easy to absorb. Not overwhelming with them with all sorts of information is key. This is how the weeks will go:

Week 1: Getting the DA's office to watch footage of Building 7
Week 2: Testimonial Evidence
Week 3: Physical Evidence
Week 4: Technical Evidence (analysis of footage)

The fax # for the Special Prosecutions Bureau of the Manhattan District Attorney is (212) 335-8914. The mailing address is included in the letter pasted below.

Please help us make this first week an amazing success by taking ten minutes to do your part. The time for us to act as one is now.

Read the full message at:



...and done.

I am not one that gets excited about new investigations. We have all the expert testimony, evidence, etc., that we need now in order to proceed with prosecutions, trials, and hangings. But anything to get this thing going and legitimize, so to speak, the "Truth" movement,I will act upon.

An official analysis of the

An official analysis of the dust of the World Trade Center could lead to final proof that the attacks of September 11th, 2001 were an inside job. Therefore it would be necessary to ask that this analysis is accomplished as soon as possible because NIST always refused to accomplish it.

See « Steven Jones : Study: Scientists Discover Active Thermitic Material in WTC Dust » :



“Dr. Steven Jones, physicist and author on the paper, says that NIST has refused to test the dust for thermite, super-thermite, or any other accelerant or explosive.
"We've repeatedly asked them to follow standard investigative procedure, to perform these tests and release the results. They haven't."
Jones says such tests may be required by fire protection codes.”

longer term strategy...

would be to run 9/11 truth candidate for office of district attorney. keep up the great work NYCAN!

Take Action....

Done. Thanks for posting and spreading this around, JF.

The endgame for a domestic investigation is getting local authorities in NY to take action.

Building7Footage.com errors

This is a great effort but please ensure the website you are pointing people to works properly (Building7Footage.com).

The mp4 link points to a .mov file.
The mp4 file gives an error in Windows Media Player.
The ae911truth.org link is broken.

Best of luck with this effort.

Done (with photo of collapsed Bldg 7 on back of envelope)


1 letter per week

That's not too much. Let's all try to participate, and please spread the word.