Des Plaines, IL (PRWEB) June 1, 2006
With over three hundred pre-registered participants and press converging on Chicago for the weekend conference, Friday afternoon poses an opportunity for 9/11 truth activists to see Chicago and share their message. A contingent of 9/11 truth activists plan to catch the El Train downtown to rub shoulders with the local people on their way to Daley Plaza for the rally and march to the new ABC station, the Tribune Plaza, WGN, and NBC. "The march will be peaceful, fun, educational, adhering to local rules and regulations," said veteran rally organizer and 9/11 truth political candidate Carol Brouillet. "Marchers will sing, chant, pass out flyers and Deception Dollars, in hopes of winning over the public, police and press to their cause."
Authors, researchers, activists, filmmakers and political candidates associated with the growing 9/11 truth movement will head back to the Embassy Suites Hotel at Rosemont for the evening program, featuring BYU Physics professor Steven E. Jones, news commentator Alex Jones, and internet radio pioneer Meria Heller.
A recent Zogby Poll commissioned by one of the sponsoring organizations, 911Truth.org, shows the country is divided on whether or not there was a cover-up of the truth about 9/11.
The 9/11 Commission Report failed to answer (or to even address) the majority of questions posed by the family members of 9/11 victims, and the Commissioners likewise did not see fit to consider evidence and issues raised by 9/11 researchers.
The educational, strategy conference is geared to challenge the official myth of 9-11, and chart a path to rein in the criminal elements within the US government who have hijacked the country, and are attempting to hijack our planet's future. The conference will also host world premieres of three 9/11 films, offering discussions with film-makers. Among the 45 speakers at the conference will be attorney for the Martin Luther King Family Dr. William F. Pepper, BYU Physics Professor Steven E. Jones and California 9/11 Truth Congressional candidate Carol Brouillet.
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