Sandpoint 9/11 Truth Movement

A group gathered down town Sandpoint today to hand out information and discuss with people the events that happened on September 11, 2001. They statIMG_9605PPe they will be trying to hold an event down town on the 11th of every month, and they meet at Monarch Mountain Coffee at 2:00pm every first Saturday of the month. Both events are open to the public, and everyone is welcome. Both the curious and the informed are encouraged to attend.

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Richard Gage

Involved with the local group, and present at the event, is the founder of the Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth (AE911 Truth) movement, Richard Gage. AE911 Truth is an action group of over 2,000 architects and engineers that are investigating the destruction of the World Trade Center towers. Famous for his travels and speeches across the globe, Richard is hoping to spark up a local Sandpoint activist group focused on researching and spreading information about the events on that fateful day to other individuals that may not know.

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Extensive information was available for the public

The focus is on the questionable NIST investigation data on the collapse of the World Trade towers. The free fall speed of WTC1, WTC2, and the collapse of WTC7 are all brought in to question. The fact that WTC7 was not struck by an aircraft and suffered minimal damage (comparatively), yet collapsed “due to isolated pockets of fire” during the late afternoon of the same day is a large area of focus.

Since the attacks on 9/11, there have been many groups and individuals that have uncovered information that was overlooked or ignored by NIST investigators. The controversial investigation performed by NIST has caused a large increase in people across the country that wish to see the government open a new investigation, to be performed by independent investigators.

For those with more questions regarding the information and events, the group’s main contact email address is sandpoint911truth@gmail.com.

J.G.

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