Cindy Sheehan, Statement of Support of NYCCAN

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Cindy Sheehan
7/16/2009
http://cindysheehanssoapbox.blogspot.com

Manny

On April 4th, 2004, my son Casey was killed serving the United States Army in Iraq during the illegal occupation started by the Bush Administration.

That illegal occupation was made possible because of the attacks that took place on September 11th, 2001, resulting in the deaths of 2,973 people.

Since that horrid day, victims’ family members have been doing everything within their power to seek justice and accountability for what happened, with little to no success. It is shameful that almost 8 years after the fact, they have been denied this. The official 9/11 commission report was a sham and a mockery of justice, not justice.

Currently, there is an effort underway in New York City to get a new investigation
onto the ballot by this November. The New York City Coalition for Accountability
Now (www.NYCCAN.org) is currently attempting
to get enough signatures to make this happen, and they need your help. I wholeheartedly
support and endorse this effort.

Please do what you can to support this effort, and thank you.

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