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UQ Wire: 9/11 Author & Widow On Democracy Now

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Author of New Pearl Harbor and 9/11 widow on Democracy Now FRIDAY


Media Alert From Kyle F.Hence
Co-Founder UnansweredQuestions.Org

"A lot of these questions that the public has may die with this commission," said Patricia Casazza, whose husband died as the offices of Cantor Fitzgerald filled with smoke.

-- from the AP reports of Wednesday's 9/11 Commission hearing

David Ray Griffin, author of ''The New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions about the Bush Administration and 9/11,'' will be Amy Goodman's guest on Democracy Now this Friday, May 21. The full-hour segment also features 9/11 widow Ellen Mariani, who turned down $1.8 million from the government compensation fund in order to file a RICO Act lawsuit against the Bush Administration for complicity in 9/11.

To find out what radio/TV station in your city airs Democracy Now, and at what times:

http://www.democracynow.org/stations.shtml

To watch or listen to the show on the web on Friday (available after noon EDT):

http://www.democracynow.org

Amazon link for "The New Pearl Harbor":

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1566565529/qid=1085038117

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