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UQ Wire: New Yorkers Want 9/11 Case Re-Opened

Distribution via the Unanswered Questions Wire Release
9/11 CitizensWatch,


Today as the Republican National Convention kicks off in New York City, a major new poll by Zogby International reveals that 66 percent of New Yorkers want the 9/11 investigation reopened. A majority of respondents agree that Congress or Elliot Spitzer, New York's Attorney General, should re-open the investigation and address the unanswered questions.

While the Republican Party and the Bush Administration tout their response to 9/11, the Zogby findings will show that the majority of New Yorkers doubt the official version of the events of that day. The poll found that many, including a significant percentage of Republicans, suspect complicity on the part of government officials who deliberately failed to respond to specific warnings and allowed the attacks to occur.

This is the first scientific poll of it kind in the wake of the 9/11 tragedy. Zogby International will release full details at 2pm Eastern time today.

"This stunning findings will knock the red, white and blue wind out of the Republican convention and make them regret they ever returned to the scene of the crime," predicts David Kubiak, Executive Director of, a coalition of researchers, journalist and victim family supporters that sponsored the poll and is dedicated to full disclosure about the 911 attacks.

"Extraordinary numbers of Americans suspect elements of our own government were complicit in the attacks of 9/11," said Nick Levis of the New York City 9/11 Truth Alliance. "This case is anything but closed."

Contact: 9/11 CitizensWatch, 212-243-7787 Kyle Hence: 401-935-7715 email: --


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