Beginning July 26th and continuing until August 16th 2018 the Lawyers’ Committee will be taking donations via the fund-raising social media platform Custom Ink.
This link will take you to the Lawyers’ Committee page on the fundraising platform for ordering and also to make comments and extra donations if you so choose. You will have the opportunity to read comments of other 9/11 Truth Advocates also ordering shirts across our Nation, standing in Unity, to make sure the 9/11 Grand Jury is convened so Justice can prevail and our Republic restored.
This first campaign will end on August 16th. At that time all the shirts are sent out and should arrive in advance of this year’s anniversary September 11, 2018.
The Lawyers’ Committee will accumulate funds in relation to how many are sold. The priority is getting the message out and of course the funds are most welcome.
We trust we will have a successful first campaign, and will launch others in the near future. Please share this link far and wide to help make these shirts collector’s items for the 9/11 Grand Jury that will finally reveal explosives and the whole the truth and nothing but the truth.
Thank you very much.
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About this campaign
On April 10, 2018 The Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry filed a Petition with U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman, Southern District of New York requesting that U.S. Attorney Berman submit to a Special Federal Grand Jury the extensive evidence presented in the Lawyers’ Committee’s Petition so that the Special Grand Jury can scientifically and criminally investigate the use of explosives in relation to the total destruction of all THREE World Trade Center buildings. The U.S. Attorney’s duty to relay this evidence to a Special Grand Jury is mandatory under federal law. If you have not already done so, please review the Executive Summary https://lawyerscommitteefor9-11inquiry.org/grand-jury-petition-executive-summary/and the 57 Exhibits here https://lawyerscommitteefor9-11inquiry.org/exhibits-index-grand-jury-petition/
proving that explosives were used to destroy the World Trade Center buildings One, Two and Seven.