9/11 Truth and Building 7: On our Way to a WTC7 Investigation


I look at what the High-Rise Safety Initiative has already accomplished since they launched their petition drive last month, and I am in awe! In just five weeks they have collected over 30,000 signatures from NYC voters, and they are currently on pace to reach their goal of 70,000 by the end of June.

Without a doubt, this campaign represents our best chance to land a real investigation into the destruction of WTC 7 – and in the process of getting there, raise public awareness on an unprecedented scale. That is why we stand behind the High-Rise Safety Initiative 100%.

Right now, they are just shy of the funds they need to finish collecting 70,000 signatures. We must help them raise $25,000 more by June 15th – or they will fall short of the 70,000 needed signatures and our best opportunity yet for a REAL investigation could pass us by.

In the past we’ve raised $25,000 quickly when it’s mattered most – and now is one of those times when it matters most. Please let us count on you for your support at this critical moment.

Visit HighRiseSafetyNYC.org today and contribute what you can toward this historic effort.

Thank you for all that you do to further this vitally important cause.

Sincerely yours,

Richard Gage, AIA/Founder

Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth
P.S. In case you missed it, check out the High-Rise Safety Initiative’s video featuring AE911Truth petition signer, architect AND engineer, Don Butterfield!

“For the Safety of All New Yorkers”

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