California Initiative to Enact a 9/11 Truth Commission Law

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October 7, 2010
A California Initiative to Enact a 9/11 Truth Commission Law

FORMER U.S. SENATOR MIKE GRAVEL

Senator Gravel read the “Pentagon Papers” into the Senate record
in 1971, and thus helped bring an end to the Viet Nam war. Currently, over 1300
architects and engineers are calling for a new investigation of 9/11
(see http://ae911truth.org).
Senator Gravel and concerned citizens are joining together to raise funds to
file an initiative in California to enact a 9/11 Truth Commission law. The goal
is a new commission untainted by politics and with subpoena powers.

The senator’s talk will focus on the 9/11 initiative, but he will also speak
on other topics and will take questions.

When: Monday, October 11, 2010 7:30PM

Where: 909 12th Street (in the conference room), Sacramento,
CA 95814

Admission: Free. Donations appreciated.

Info: Dave Kimball 916-372-8433

Endorsed by: Sacramento 9/11 Truth, Davis 9/11 Truth, Davis
for 9/11 Truth, Sacramento Area Peace Action

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