Two grassroots plans for 9/11 justice: Alan Sabrosky, Sen. Mike Gravel on KB Show Tuesday

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Tuesday, July 5th, 9 - 11 a.m Pacific on (archived here a few hours after broadcast):

Two-hour commercial-free special: Alan Sabrosky and Sen. Mike Gravel propose grassroots plans for 9/11 justice.

First hour: Alan Sabrosky, author of the new article Demystifying 9/11: Israel and the Tactics of Mistake, touts a grassroots outreach campaign targeting local veterans organizations. Details here.

Dr. Alan Sabrosky, Ph.D. University of Michigan, is the former Director of Studies of the Strategic Studies Institute of the US Army War College.

Second hour: Sen. Mike Gravel, announcing the brand-new citizens' 9/11 commission campaign!

(Background on Sen. Gravel here.)

"The 9/11 truth movement's next step must be an actionable plan for change--a plan to pass laws that will create a powerful new investigation."
Senator Mike Gravel

Announcing: the citizens' 9/11 Commission Campaign
Dear fellow citizen: An activist organization recently founded and led by former U.S. Senator Mike Gravel (D-Alaska, 1969-1981), and endorsed by many leading Americans (see below), is exploring the feasibility of filing ballot propositions in several states (Oregon, Massachusetts, and others). When passed, this legislation would create a new, independent, citizen-led 9/11 commission. Such a result would be the worthy culmination of a decade of public education by the courageous 9/11 truth movement.

This powerful new investigative commission would be:
(1) funded by the citizens (as mandated by the initiative law)
(2) free of undue governmental interference
(3) vested with subpoena power and the ability to take testimony under oath
(4) legally linked to other states (and localities) that pass "sister" initiatives

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