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AE911Truth "The Blueprint" Monthly Newsletter | December 2011

Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth: The Charity That Should Be at the Top of Your Giving List

An important message from AE911Truth founder, Richard Gage, AIA

Make the most of your chance for a generous 2011 year-end charitable contribution to AE911Truth while helping us plan for our breakthrough year in 2012. We need your support this month in particular, as we put the finishing touches on the Final Edition of our new milestone documentary, 9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out. This film may very well be the most important 9/11 truth product ever, and it requires your timely help in order to ensure its release this year. Please donate now.

Former Giants Coach Jim Fassell pledges $250,000 to 9/11 Charities

NEW YORK (AP) — Former New York Giants coach Jim Fassell announced Tuesday his plans to donate $250,000 to five organizations representing first responders and 9/11-related charities.

The Jim Fassel Foundation, set up in 2002 to support first responders and the families affected by the World Trade Center attacks, has raised more than $1.1 million in the seven years since September 11, 2001.

Fassel remembers exactly where he was when he first heard of the 9/11 attacks.

"I had the television on in my office when I first heard the news reports of a plane crashing into the World Trade Center," Fassel said. "A group of us ran up to the roof of Giants Stadium and could clearly see the smoke from the tower and ultimately the collapse of the first tower soon afterward."

"When I walked through the rubble of Ground Zero the following week and witnessed firsthand the full extent of the tragedy and the bravery and courage of so many people, I pledged that I'd never forget the events of that day, and I'd do what I could to help the people affected by it."

History Commons (www.cooperativeresearch.org) Is In Need Of Donations

The one site that we have all used in our research at one time or another is in need of money. If you can afford $5, $10, or $1,000,000,000, please at least send something. Personally, I would hate to one day type their URL into my browser, and see that they have closed the site down. It is probably one of the most important sites on the planet.

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