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9/11 and the public safety: Today's Presser Agenda

Agenda
An Independent and Non-partisan Accounting of Unanswered Questions
and Unaddressed Issues Surrounding September 11th and the War on Terrorism

National Press Club -- Washington, D.C.
Monday, June 10, 2002, 2 - 5 PM / Holeman Lounge
529 14th Street NW (14th & F St.)

(Two Panels followed by moderated Panel Discussion and Q & A from Press & Internet)

Participants Focus Area
2:00-2.08
Catherine Austin Fitts Moderator
Former Asst. Secretary of Housing-HUD (1st Bush Administration)
Solari, Inc., Get Our Money Back Campaign 2002

2.08-2:13
Kyle F. Hence Survey of Questions
UnansweredQuestions.org Around the World

MEMBERS OF 9/11 FAMILIES

Note: brief introductions by Catherine prior to each speaker

2:13-2:18
Julie Sweeney

2:18-2:23
Lorna Brett FAA / Airline Accountability
Director of Media Relations, Nolan Law Group-Chicago
Lawfirm representing passengers' families from 9/11 hijacked planes

2:23-2:33
Mary Schiavo, Esq. FAA/Airline Accountability
Lawyer for 32 passengers' families from all 9/11 hijacked planes
Fmr. Inspector General, U.S. Dept. of Transportation ('90-'96)
Fmr. Assistant U.S. Attorney; Author, Flying Blind, Flying Safe

2:33-2:44
Open Q & A from the Press


Note: Press will have additional opportunity to question the first panel directly following the presentations of the second panel.


2ND PANEL
2:43-2:48
Introductions of panelists; segways between panelists offered by moderator

2:48-2:53
Michael Ruppert Historical/Geo-strategic Context
Editor, From the Wilderness Publications
Former LAPD Narcotics officer

2:53-3:01 Air Defenses/NORAD
John Judge
Author, Resercher,
Co-founder of Coalition on Political Assassinations

3:01-3:09
Tom Flocco 9/11 Insider Trading
Investigative Journalist, UnansweredQuestions.org

3:09-3:07
J. Michael Springmann, Esq. CIA & Global Terrorism
Fmr. Chief, Visa Section, U.S. Embassy in Saudi Arabia
Attorney, 20 years in U.S. Foreign Service

3:07-3:15
Dr. Stephen Camerado Immigration and Terrorism
Director of Research; Center for Immigration Studies

3:15-3:23
Jennifer Bergen (by phone) Patriot Act and US Constitution
Professor of Constitutional Law
William Mitchell College of Law

3:23-3:31
Richard Ochs Government by Anthrax
Freelance Writer, Researcher

3:31-4:30 Open Q & A with all panelists

4:30 - 5:00 Available for one-on-one interviews or open discussion

Contacts: Kyle F. Hence, 401-847-1963 or Tom Flocco 610-348-6630
Web Project Manager: Miles Thompson, 917-403-3887


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