Tenth Anniversary Hearings on the Events of September 11, 2001


source: 9/11 Blogger   May 9, 2011

On the 10th anniversary of 9/11, the International Center for 9/11 Studies will sponsor four days of citizen hearings at Ryerson University in the city of Toronto, Canada. These international hearings will be commonly referred to as the Toronto Hearings and more information can be found at http://torontohearings.org/ .

The objectives of the hearings are as follows:

1. To present evidence that the U.S. government’s official investigation into the events of September 11, 2001, as pursued by various government and government-appointed agencies, is seriously flawed and has failed to describe and account for the 9/11 events.

2. To single out the most weighty evidence of the inadequacy of the U.S. government’s investigation; to organize and classify that evidence; to preserve that evidence; to make that evidence widely known to the public and to governmental, non-governmental and inter-governmental organizations.

3. To submit a record and a summary of the Hearings, together with signed Statutory Declarations by witnesses, to relevant governments, groups and international agencies with the request that a full and impartial investigation be launched into the events of September 11, 2001, which have been used to initiate military invasions and to restrict the rights of citizens.

4. To engage the attention of the public and media through witness testimony as well as through public talks and media events during the four day event.

For more information, contact the steering committee at http://torontohearings.org/about/ .

Please support a participant in the Toronto Hearings by making a donation to pay for their travel and accommodations.

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One Response to Tenth Anniversary Hearings on the Events of September 11, 2001

  1. Alexis says:

    only family meermbs it was in a discussion relating to my brother whether my father would then need them on his vehicle. Truthfully, it’s a touchy subject at my parent’s house, so I don’t know all the details of what happened with him, but I don’t think he’s driving still (it’s been about a year) and he was electronically home monitored for awhile and had to be able to pass a breathalyzer at random phone calls (I think he had some sort of monitor that he used over the phone). It was his second in a 2 year span it involved a car accident (thankfully no injuries). I do hope he’s learned his lesson this time I hope others can learn from you without actually driving drunk.

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