Write and Call to Local and National Media:

source: Jon Gold    Jan 19, 2011

Whether you call in or write; whether local or National, it is important that everyone is involved. If you can’t make it to D.C. to chain yourself to the W.H. fence ( Ican’t) than please call at least one outlet, even a radio station will broadcast your call to thousands if not more.

It will only take 10-20 minues to make some calls. There is more than one way to acheive victory for our mission of a new investigation into 9/11, and this is just one of those ways.


(It is a integral part of this Nation’s history to be arrested for a good cause that  Representative’s don’t neccesarily care or know much about)

2 Responses to Write and Call to Local and National Media:

  1. Coil Coyle says:

    Best regards, Jon.

    I’ll do something here, too.


  2. Sekar says:

    Our firm represented a wtlaehy heiress that purchased California property using her inheritance. For estate planning purposes she put title in her and her husband’s name as community property. Husband’s business went belly up. The trustee of his UK bankruptcy discovered the California real estate and tried to attach and liquidate it to pay husband’s creditors.Fortunately for our client the UK bankruptcy trustee does NOT have BFP status.We were able to successfuly have our client’s California property deemed her separate property, not available to husband’s creditors or husband’s BK trustee under the equitable doctrine of Purchase Money Resulting Trust but only after client spent $1 Million + in legal fees and ten years litigating in BK Court, BAP and District Court. We suceeded only because client had good facts and keep copious records from which the money for the California property could be traced and supported client and her husband always intended and did in fact kept their finances separte. It helpd that client had a diligent bookkeeper who kept and retained client’s financial records.Just happy we got a good result for our client.Now that I am doing estate planning it helps to know of unintended consequenes of even good estate planning.

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