re-investigate 911

REINVESTIGATE 911: HOUSE OF COMMONS MEETING

Ian Henshall has said I can post his email with regards to the meeting in the House of Commons. I am creating a new entry so nobody misses this.

The message is as follows:

Reinvestigate 911 has gained more momentum following Monday's meeting in the House of Commons. The meeting was attended by one Peer, one senior MP and several aides to various MPs, some senior. About eight more MPs from all parties had asked to attend but due to last minute events and diary clashes were not present. (This is normal, the system keeps MPs overburdened with meetings and short of help.)

MPs and aides contacted after the meeting have said they found the presentation impressive. Several one-on-one follow-up meetings are being arranged.

There were presentations from UK 9/11 victim Scott Forbes, nanotechnology expert Niels Harrit and 911 The New Evidence author Ian Henshall.

2nd meeting in the House of Commons, London

A few weeks ago I posted an entry about a meeting in the House of Commons in London. The second meeting will be monday 2nd November.

With great support from a fairtrade coffee business, a full page advert was placed in one of our national newspapers, the Independent, on Saturday 31st October.

There will be a public meeting afterwards because the private meeting is for MPs and aides only.

Go to www.reinvestigate911.org to see the advert and information about the meetings.

Obama "Change" Redirects 9/11 Investigation Petitioners to New Page

Re-Enter your Demand for a New 9/11 Investigation at:
http://change.gov/page/s/ofthepeople
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BELOW IS LETTER I RECEIVED FROM OBAMA CHANGE:
Hello Harold,

We wanted to send you a note about an idea you submitted to the Ideas for Change in America competition titled "Obama Wants to Hear the Truth About 9/11"

We support calls for truth and transparency in our government on every subject and welcome you to directly petition the new administration about this matter, which you can do at http://change.gov/page/s/ofthepeople. However, it is unfortunately outside the scope of the Ideas for Change in America project, which aims to offer specific policy solutions rather than investigations into prior policies or past government action. As such, we regret to inform you that is not eligible to enter the second round of the competition.