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AE911Truth "The Blueprint" Monthly Newsletter | January 2013

AE911Truth Newsletter Vol. XXXX


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AE911Truth Blueprint Newsletter | Vol. XXXX | January 2013 

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AE911Truth faxes 12,000 police chiefs and sheriffs across the U.S. and needs your help to follow up; The official report from the landmark Toronto 9/11 Hearings is now available; AE911Truth volunteers and activists bring the 9/11 evidence to a major civil liberties conference; Did Larry Silverstein admit to authorizing the controlled demolition of WTC7?

Contents

• 12,000 Police Chiefs Across the US Alerted About 9/11

      WTC Demolition Evidence

• The Toronto Hearings Report Now Available

• AE911Truth Activists Enlighten Civil Liberties Conference

• FAQ #10: Did WTC 7 Owner Larry Silverstein Admit to

      Ordering the Controlled Demolition of the Building?

• Debunking The Real 9/11 Myths: Why Popular

      Mechanics Can’t Face Up To Reality – Part 8

• New Planned Giving Opportunities!

9/11 Free Fall-- Wayne Coste...Outreach to Civil Liberty Activists

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Wayne Coste is an electrical engineer with about thirty-five years of professional practice, as well as a dedicated volunteer for Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth on its Congressional Outreach and Presenter teams. Recently he's been bringing the scientific evidence for controlled demolition to civil liberty activists and presenting the information on TV as a result of another unknown activist's 9/11 Truth graffiti, which caught the public eye. In this episode of 9/11 Free Fall he discusses latest his work.

Wayne's appearance on the news can be viewed here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmYPv46X354&feature=youtu.be

Article mentioned on show:

Marine Vet Still Detained for Posting Government Criticisms Online

MEDIA ROOTS– Federal agents are continuing to detain a Marine Corps veteran in Chesterfield, Virginia for posts made on his website that expressed discontent for the federal government and accuse elements of it for orchestrating the 9/11 attacks.

On the evening of August 16, FBI agents accompanied by US Secret Service and Chesterfield County police officers approached the home of Brandon J. Raub, 26, a decorated combat engineer who had served tours in Iraq and Afghanistan from 2005 to 2011.

After talking with authorities for “20, 30 minutes” it is still unclear what justification was used for his detainment as his posts did not mention any specific threats of violence to any person or place, nor did they include any imagery of destruction.

10 reasons the U.S. is no longer the land of the free by Jonathan Turley

Every year, the State Department issues reports on individual rights in other countries, monitoring the passage of restrictive laws and regulations around the world. Iran, for example, has been criticized for denying fair public trials and limiting privacy, while Russia has been taken to task for undermining due process. Other countries have been condemned for the use of secret evidence and torture.

Even as we pass judgment on countries we consider unfree, Americans remain confident that any definition of a free nation must include their own — the land of free. Yet, the laws and practices of the land should shake that confidence. In the decade since Sept. 11, 2001, this country has comprehensively reduced civil liberties in the name of an expanded security state. The most recent example of this was the National Defense Authorization Act, signed Dec. 31, which allows for the indefinite detention of citizens. At what point does the reduction of individual rights in our country change how we define ourselves?

Thank you for contacting my office

After submitting my name and email to one of the many online petitions by the ACLU to stop the passage of the National Defense Authorization Act, I received this email from Senator JOHN CORNYN in a seemingly dismissive response to the concerns of those who signed said petition. I thought I'd share this email response with you.
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Dear Mr. (my name):

Thank you for contacting me regarding the military detention and prosecution of terrorists. I appreciate having the benefit of your comments on this important matter.

Obama to sign indefinite detention bill into law by Glenn Greenwald

In one of the least surprising developments imaginable, President Obama – after spending months threatening to veto the Levin/McCain detention bill – yesterday announced that he would instead sign it into law (this is the same individual, of course, who unequivocally vowed when seeking the Democratic nomination to support a filibuster of “any bill that includes retroactive immunity for telecom[s],” only to turn around – once he had the nomination secure — and not only vote against such a filibuster, but to vote in favor of the underlying bill itself, so this is perfectly consistent with his past conduct). As a result, the final version of the Levin/McCain bill will be enshrined as law this week as part of the the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). I wrote about the primary provisions and implications of this bill last week, and won’t repeat those points here.

The ACLU said last night that the bill contains “harmful provisions that some legislators have said could authorize the U.S. military to pick up and imprison without charge or trial civilians, including American citizens, anywhere in the world” and added: “if President Obama signs this bill, it will damage his legacy.” Human Rights Watch said that Obama’s decision “does enormous damage to the rule of law both in the US and abroad” and that “President Obama will go down in history as the president who enshrined indefinite detention without trial in US law.”