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UQ Wire: 9-11 Cover-up Ads in Washington, DC

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Citizen Group To Run 9-11 Cover-up
Ads in Washington, DC

by Tom Flocco

WASHINGTON -- March 22, 2004 -- ( -- A pair of citizen activists, Kyle F. Hence of Rhode Island and John Judge of Washington, DC, have placed themselves among those at the forefront of a grassroots, citizen-inspired quest for the truth about September 11.

Along with thousands of others also knowledgeable about events surrounding America's second Pearl Harbor, Hence and Judge have been single-mindedly and doggedly pursuing the truth about the unexposed and publicly ignored curiosities surrounding 9-11 evidence and its timeline chronology of events--but also the strange actions of high government officials who had operating control prior to and during the attacks.

"No 9-11 Cover-up" DC Metro Ad: Washington, DC metro train commuters will be made quite aware of the current stonewalling and refusal to testify publicly under oath by White House officials, but also the ongoing soft hearings, 900+ private interviews with witnesses, poor questioning and followup, lack of transparency while using "national security" claims as an excuse for continued secrecy, and colossal conflicts of interest that have been allowed to fester for more than a year within Chairman Kean's Commission.

As co-founders of, the two are ramping up the pressure today by running a month-long $35,000 "No 9-11 Cover-up" ad campaign with colorful, eye-catching posters on all 267 Washington, DC metro train cars transporting 600,000 commuters back and forth throughout the District of Columbia and its surrounding bedroom suburbs in Virginia and Maryland. The two have collected contributions to pay for the advertizing which will be kicked off Monday with a prominent ad in the Washington Post, along with a press conference at the National Press Club at 1:00 pm today.

911CitizensWatch Newspaper Ad to appear today in the Washington Post, kicking off the "No 9-11 Cover-up" month-long metro train ad campaign.



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