It is Time to Declassify Those 28 Pages
Seeking the American government’s analysis of the 9/11 attacks, most people look to the 9/11 Commission Report. There is, however, another report that merits equal attention: the Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001.
President George W. Bush censored 28 pages of this report—an entire section said to describe the involvement of specific foreign governments in the attacks. After reading it, Congressman Thomas Massie described the experience as “disturbing” and said, “I had to stop every two or three pages and rearrange my perception of history…it’s that fundamental.”
In the interest of achieving justice for victims and preventing future attacks, knowledge of foreign government involvement in 9/11 must be shared with the American people…and with the world.
28Pages.org was launched in July 2014 to help build awareness of this classified material and to bolster the growing, bipartisan movement to pressure Congress and the President to finally disclose it. Use 28Pages.org to study the issue, follow efforts to declassify the 28 pages and learn how you can help pressure the government to do the right thing.
Surprise! Effort in Congress to Declassify 9/11 Evidence
There is a bi-partisan effort to declassify and release the 28 redacted pages from the Senate Joint Inquiry on 9/11. This report preceded the 9/11 Commission investigation. Rep. Walter Jones (R-NC) and Steven Lynch (D-MA) have introduced HR 428. It currently has 17 co-sponsors who have signed onto the resolution which calls for the 28 pages. Former Sen. Bob Graham (D-FL) has been lobbying for its release since 2003. Many 9/11 families have come together to launch a law suit aimed at a key issue found in the 28 pages - the money trail behind 9/11.
For all who have followed the alternative research into 9/11, this should be of great interest. Finally, there is political action being taken on a key 9/11 issue, which can potentially lead to a wide range of questionable issues about what many deem as the most consequential event of our time.
For a good source of information, visit www.28pages.org. This site was launched by a 9/11 family member. There are resources and actions we can take to put pressure on Congress to take further action. Ideally, if we write letters to our representatives prior to the November elections, we can insist they support HR 428 if they want our vote! Then even after that point, we can continue to apply pressure, especially on Speaker John Boehner because it will require his support to call it to a vote.
Next, please sign this petition at Whitehouse.gov. Please help this go viral. If 100,000 signatures are gathered by Oct. 31, 2014, it will be seen by the general public and presented to President Obama who has been stonewalling the release of the 28 pages.
Democracy requires truth, transparency, and a judicial system that holds no one above the law. It's our move.