Federal Judges


Please pass this on to NY/NJ 9/11 Truthers

The articles linked below help to substantiate that a van was stopped at the George Washington Bridge on 9/11, about 10:30pm by Port Authority police. It was reported to be full of explosives, and the G.W. Bridge was closed for several hours. Two or three suspects were arrested, and the FBI quickly took over.

We need to get the Port Authority police reports of that incident to prove it actually happened.

We also need interviews and affidavits from police officers who were there that night.

If the feds made a van full of explosives disappear and covered it up, then that could be considered TREASON. The police officer affidavits could be taken to federal judges as evidence of treason. This could blow the lid off 9/11 if people will volunteer to do the hard investigating.

Corroborating Orwell & a van full of explosives at the G.W. Bridge

Treason Trial Project Moves Forward to West Coast: 5 More Federal Judges Receive Notification and Evidence of 9-11 Treason

On Friday morning, August 17, 2007, 5 federal judges from the Western Division of the U.S. District Court of the Central District of California received a letter and packet of information regarding treasonous acts committed by the Bush administration (with a focus on Bush and Cheney in this communication) surrounding the attacks of September 11th, 2001. This district is the largest in the country, serving 17 million people, thus there are many judges who have not yet received information, who should and could in the future. The following judges received the letter and packets:
Honorable A. Howard Matz
Honorable Mariana R. Pfaelzer
Honorable Christina A.Snyder
Honorable Robert M. Takasugi
Honorable Robert J. Timlin

I had face to face contact with Judge Timlin for a few moments and announced that the content of my packet was regarding treason, misprision of treason and fulfilling my legal obligations surrounding these matters. He said, with an air of seriousness and interest, "I will read this." Check out this article I found on Judge Timlin: