Firefighters Christopher Gioia and Joseph Torregrossa will be on Capitol Hill in Washington next month to discuss the 9/11 Resolution their fire district commission in Nassau County, New York, unanimously adopted in July demanding comprehensive reinvestigation of all aspects of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on this country.
Anyone reading this can help. On Wednesday, Sept. 11, the two will speak with as many members of the U.S. House of Representatives as they can about the resolution of the Franklin Square and Munson Fire District Board of Commissioners.
It ” fully supports a comprehensive federal grand jury investigation and prosecution of every crime related to the attacks of September 11, 2001, as well as any and all efforts by other government entities to investigate and uncover the full truth surrounding the events of that horrible day.”
If — like the board of commissioners — you don’t accept the official 9/11 story, please telephone, email, or write a letter to your U.S. representative asking him or her to meet with Gioia and Torregrossa. Contact information is HERE for the House of Representatives. It includes the website address of each representative.
The two will be accompanied by Richard Gage, founder of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, and Bob and Helen McIlvaine, parents of 26-year-old Bobby McIlvaine, killed instantly on the ground floor of the World Trade Center’s North Tower by an explosion seconds before the skyscraper was hit by a plane.
In one clause of the Resolution, the commissioners strongly endorse a petition before the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York reporting as-yet un-prosecuted federal crimes at the World Trade Center on 9/11 and calling upon the U.S. Attorney to present it to a special grand jury.
Another clause states: “the overwhelming evidence presented in said petition demonstrates beyond any doubt that pre-planted explosives and/or incendiaries — not just airplanes and the ensuing fires — caused the destruction of the three World Trade Center buildings, killing the vast majority of the victims who perished that day.”
The petition, filed and amended in April and July of 2018, was acknowledged in November by the office of U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman, but it is unclear whether he has yet impaneled a special grand jury or a grand jury to investigate the crimes specified.
To hear and read an hour-long interview with Christopher Gioia, who wrote the commissioners’ resolution, click HERE. (The interview itself begins about eight minutes into the recording.)
For a previous entry in this blog on the resolution, including an article on its adoption, click HERE.