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The NYC CAN March Videos

We had a good turn out for a rainy Sunday afternoon. I'm sorry that I didn't get Bob McIlvaine's speech, and the others, but I'm sure someone else did. Thanks to everyone that came out today, and thanks to Damon Bean for helping me to film the event.

NYC CAN March - 9/27/2009

NYC CAN March: 9/11 Family Member Manny Badillo

NYC CAN March: Mark Crispin Miller

NYC CAN March: Daniel Sunjata

NYC CAN March: Jon Gold

Please...

Spread these around. Thanks.


Do these people deserve to know how and why their loved ones were murdered? Do we deserve to know how and why 9/11 happened?

Thanks!

Thanks Jon, these are great to see. And good speech!

Thanks.


Do these people deserve to know how and why their loved ones were murdered? Do we deserve to know how and why 9/11 happened?

Very encouraging!

Thanks all

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post elsewhere?

Decimus,

I would like to comment on your correspondence with the columnist, but feel it is rude to do so here in this important thread on NYC CAN, surely one of the best hopes of the 911 Truth Movement.

Could you post on your own blog? Thanks.

- omniadeo

P.S. To the NYC CAN marchers and tireless workers. Deepest appreciation. Will send money asap.

an investigation

good point by Miller; no heads rolled after the stunning 'failures' by the Bush Administration and the intelligence and defense establishments, after all the warning signs of an impending attack- but Van Jones' head rolled, simply for signing onto a demand for an investigation of unanswered/inadequately answered questions, after the 9/11 Commission's fraudulent report was released.

The Establishment has no integrity

http://911reports.com
http://www.historycommons.org

Here's one...

Of all of the speeches...


Do these people deserve to know how and why their loved ones were murdered? Do we deserve to know how and why 9/11 happened?

Here are some photos from the NYCCAN March

I can't get there, but I'm with you in spirit.

I love you guys.
I met Manny on a very cold Saturday, January 2 2009, at ground zero and we stood there and talked with passersby and then went into a deli place to escape the cold, and I felt I had met a long lost brother.]
I live too far to be a part of what you are doing, but I wish you all the best.
You are some of the real heroes of our age.