Thursday, September 24, 2009

Group Plans New York City Hall March To Push For New 9/11 Probe

On Sunday The New York City Coalition for Accountability Now, a group comprising 9/11 family members, first responders and survivors will march to New York City Hall to protest the city's attempt to block a referendum calling for a fresh probe of the 9/11 attacks on the November ballot.

The effort to establish a local commission to pick up where the 9/11 Commission left off comes just as the commission’s chief counsel, John Farmer released a book which claims “at some level of government, at some point in time … there was an agreement not to tell the truth about what happened.”

Some 80,000 New Yorkers have signed the petition calling for the referendum.

1 comment:

WorthyOfUrAttn said...

I don't blame the survivors for demanding answers and retribution. All we have is a wild goose chase for WMD with war games initiated by an emotionally regressed mad man. I've heard a lot enquired about why President Obama doesn't bring up war crimes on the Bush Administration. It's not in the best interest for the Obama Administration to initiate such a bold move at this time - even risking his life. I trust that President Obama will bring war crimes against the Bush Administration and until then, answers about the 911 tragedy and its resolutions will go unsolved.