Monadnock 9/11 Truth Alliance

Richmond, New Hampshire Passes Resolution For New 9/11 Investigation

On March 9, 2010 voters in the town of Richmond, New Hampshire became the second town in the United States to pass a resolution calling upon Congress to open a new investigation into the events of September 11, 2001. The first resolution of this kind was passed by the voters of Lincoln, Vermont in 2007.

The Vote For Answers resolution instructing New Hampshire’s congressional delegation “to pursue a new and independent investigation to address thoroughly all of the evidence and unanswered questions related to the event of September 11, 2001” passed 48 to 45 in Richmond (52% in favor).

Presentation at Keene State College on 9/12/09

Here are the slides form a presentation I gave at Keene State College in New Hampshire, on 9/12/09. The full presentation, with many more details given in the speech, is available at ( )

The New England 9/11 Symposium: Family Members and Researchers Speak Out (UPDATED E-FLYER)


Student Scholars for 9/11 Truth and the Monadnock 9/11 Truth Alliance are sponsoring a symposium:

So far this is lining up to be a stellar conference. As May 17th approaches we will be announcing more information concerning additional speakers and guests.

Richard Gage at Keene State College


This video is unique, not only because it contains the latest version of Richard Gage's presentation, but because it features a video of a one on one presentation that Richard gave to one of New Hampshire's most widely circulated newspapers, The Keene Sentinel.

Our local 9/11 Truth Group, the Monadnock 9/11 Truth Alliance, has done a lot of work to try and get the Keene Sentinel to fairly cover this issue. Up until recently the most they would do was allow local 9/11 Truth activists to submit letters to the editor, while simultaneously running elaborate opinion pieces by proponents of the government's account, one of which suggested that Rosie O'Donnell "ate Building Seven." To add insult to injury, the Keene Sentinel then sent a reporter to the premiere of Loose Change Final Cut, which was sponsored by Student Scholars for 9/11 Truth and the Monadnock 9/11 Truth Alliance. The reporter refused to pay the $10 entry fee, bear in mind that all proceeds were donated to the FealGood Foundation, and not a word of the premiere was ever printed in the Keene Sentinel.

Only recently, did the Keene Sentinel provide fair coverage of local 9/11 Truth activists with two separate articles. One about the Monadnock 9/11 Truth Alliance and Student Scholars for 9/11 Truth ( After the printing of the two articles, Jim Roumaniere, the Keene Sentinel's chief Editor, agreed to meet with and view Richard Gage's presentation in a private session. According to a member of the Monadnock 9/11 Truth Alliance, George Corrette, who was present at the meeting, Roumaniere was "was pretty well shaken by Richard's entire oeuvre of information."

This sit down presentation was incredibly effective. The Monadnock 9/11 Truth Alliance and Student Scholars for 9/11 Truth encourage all 9/11 Truth activists to try and set up similar meetings with local press. One of the main things that needs to happen is the media black out needs to end. Local media is a great place to start.


Justin Martell
Founder - Student Scholars for 9/11 Truth