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AE911Truth "The Blueprint" Monthly Newsletter | September 2011

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Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth / Blueprint Newsletter
AE911Truth Blueprint Newsletter | Vol. XXX | September 2011 
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We acknowledge with sadness and hope the arrival of the 10th Anniversary of 9/11. A flurry of events across the country, including the long-awaited debut of our Experts Speak Out DVD, offered many opportunities for public education about the real nature of the WTC’s destruction. In this issue of The Blueprint you’ll find a review of the 10th Anniversary events, four sample letters to the editor, a way to make the most of your time in an airport, another focus article on high-architect Robert McCoy, advice on how to file a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, and an inspiring review of last year’s Third Beam project.

Contents
• Illuminating 9/11: AE911Truth Shines During the
     10th Anniversary Events
• Speaking Truth to Power: Write a Letter to the Editor for
     the 10th Anniversary
• Airport Activism Takes Off With AE911Truth Fact Cards
• Another Skyscraper Designer Questions Destruction of
      WTC Buildings
• Be Your Own Investigator: Using Federal and Regional
      Freedom of Information Laws to Uncover 9/11 Evidence
• Central Floridians Remember WTC Building 7 Tribute,
     Prepare for 10th Anniversary Activities

AE911Truth "The Blueprint" Semimonthly Newsletter - Mid-March 2011

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AE911Truth Blueprint Newsletter | Vol. XXI | Mid-March 2011 
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AE911Truth will join other prominent activists in Connecticut for the “BuildingWhat?” National Conference at the University of Hartford’s Millard Auditorium on Saturday, March 26.

Contents
• 9/11 Controversy Strikes Again at UC Boulder Face-Off
• Upcoming Events: AE911Truth Springs Into Action
• New AE911Truth Marketing Materials Empower Activists
• Make the Difference: Write a Letter to the Editor

Letter to James Meigs

As a preface, I must say I am absolutely itching to receive my copy of David Ray Griffin's new book in the mail. Popular Mechanics' role as an arm of propaganda is rearing its ugly head again. Now that Rosie has come forward, along comes Popular Mechanics to "rebut" her. Most of the media is buying in to the PM rebuttal. For example, in response to Rosie's "Bring on a structural engineer!", one news article says: "But what Rosie and the conspiracy theorists overlook is that Popular Mechanics Magazine contacted many experts and have done a thorough investigation that answers the theorists' questions."

On the Randi Rhodes (Air America) 9/11 forum, a poster by the name of "Ohio Girl" made the following comment:

"Oh gosh. This again!!! I think in the end, people will believe what they CHOOSE to believe. I read a very interesting article in popular mechanics that debunked several of the theories. I would expect Popular Mechanics to be pretty unbiased."