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911 See the Evidence Exhibition

911 See the Evidence Exhibition

Location: Boat Café
(The Tug Boat, Downstairs)
Oriental Parade, Wellington
Sat 13 September, 10 am - 5 pm
Sun 14 September, 10 am - 4 pm

There has never been a more appropriate time to re-visit the events of 9/11. Following the successful exhibitions in Wellington in September 2011, 2012, 2013 and in Rotorua in September 2013, NZ911truth is pleased to announce another exhibition of “9/11: See The Evidence,” – a series of images that documents the events of 9/11 using dramatic photos, eyewitness testimony and concise, factual explanations. The exhibition will also screen a multimedia presentation.

The exhibition invites the viewer to take a second look at the events of 9/11 by giving an introduction into the main discrepancies of the official story and encourages the viewer to investigate further. All of the key events of 9/11 will be covered: the destruction of the three World Trade Centre Buildings, the attack on the Pentagon and the story of Flight 93.
This exhibition will be part of a global series of events, bringing the wealth of scientific evidence that contradicts the official conspiracy story to the attention of the public. The exhibition complements the numerous public lectures, books and videos that cover the 9/11 accounts over the past several years by providing a brief, graphical and factual account of the events of 9/11, pointing out the major inconsistencies in the official story.

Free information will be available including copies of the recently released documentary "9/11: Explosive Evidence Experts Speak Out", where dozens of experts in architecture, building, engineering, chemistry, physics and other relevant technical fields explain the physical and scientific evidence that undermines the official account of what is behind the collapses of the three WTC Buildings on 9/11. (more info on this doco at:


New Zealanders for 9/11 Truth have been distributing thousands of informative DVDs and leaflets in their monthly street actions and previous exhibitions. In November 2009 they sponsored Richard Gage, AIA, of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth in his presentation of Blueprint For Truth at Te Papa, Wellington.


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