South Texas CHANGE & PNACitizen Confronts Bill Clinton
On Monday, February 3, 2008, South Texas We Are CHANGE & PNACitizen attended the University of Texas- Pan American (UTPA) President Bill Clinton rally in support of Sen. Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
At the finale of the rally, we made our presence known by pulling out an "INSIDE JOB?" banner in support of 9/11 truth and a new truly independent 9/11 investigation.
Corpus Christi 911 Truther Arrested & Handcuffed for Askin B.Clinton 9/11 Question
Protester arrested at Bill Clinton campaign stop
NOTE: I didn't mean to overplay the fact that I worked at WTC5 in 2000 but people don't seem to respect the 9/11 truth message unless you give them something concrete with which to work.
The following YouTube clips (of my 9/11 question[s] presented by Romeo Cantu of KGBT Action 4 News in Harlingen, TX) are of the District 15 and 28 congressional candidate debates that were held in Edinburg, TX, at The University of Texas-Pan American (UTPA) Student Union Building in October right before the November 2006 elections.
Two of the video clips are from the PBS televised debate; the other is from my personal interviews of two of the congressional candidates, Paul Haring and Eddie Zamora. The audio link is of my interview of congressional candidate Ron Avery.
The District 15 contenders were Ruben Hinojosa, Paul Haring, and Eddie Zamora.
The District 28 contenders were Henry Cuellar, Frank Enriquez, and Ron Avery.
Ruben Hinojosa won the congressional seat for District 15 and Henry Cuellar won for District 28.
On Thursday, April 5, 2007, at approximately 7:30 p.m., Scott Ritter spoke to a large audience of students, teachers, and members of the public, at the University of Texas-Pan American (UTPA) Student Union building.
His presentation covered mostly the unstable situation in Iraq, the impending possibility that the U.S. might soon go to war with Iran and the consequences of the continued erosion of the Constitution of the United States by the misguided and injurious policies of the current administration.
During the Q&A session of his presentation, Scott Ritter addressed a few 9/11 and terrorism issues brought up by members of the audience.