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UQ Wire: Citizens' Commission On 911 On Video

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The Citizens' Commission on 9-11


In Video and Audio
Presented by 911CitizensWatch.org and 911truth.org
Prepared By Jeremy Bandini

LINK TO VIDEO AND AUDIO RESOURCES
http://69.93.5.138/911-Commission.html

Click on the link above to access the following resources:

Commission Mission Statement MP3 WMV MOV
Commissioners' Opening Words MP3 WMV MOV
Barry Zelman Reflects on Loss MP3 WMV MOV
Mindy Kleinberg Testimony MP3 WMV MOV
Jenna Orkin Environmental Crimes MP3 WMV MOV
John Judge 9-11 Omission Report MP3 WMV MOV
Orkin & Judge Questions and Answers MP3 WMV MOV
Nick's Introductions and Promotions MP3 WMV MOV
Barrie Zwicker False Pretenses and Pretexts for War MP3 WMV MOV
Michael Springmann Visas to Terrorists MP3 WMV MOV
Paul Thompson Foreign Intelligence Warnings MP3 WMV MOV
Michael Ruppert Introduction MP3 WMV MOV
Michael Ruppert: Cheney Command and Control MP3 WMV MOV
Commisioners' Review of Evidence / Testimony MP3 WMV MOV
Indira Singh Sibel's Letter MP3 WMV MOV
Indira Singh and Ruppert Questions and Answers MP3 WMV MOV
Nich Introduction Before Omission Dossier MP3 WMV MOV
Nich 9-11 Omission Dossier MP3 WMV MOV
Carolyn Betts Unofficial Introduction and Background MP3 WMV MOV
Carolyn Betts: 9-11 Crimes Options for Re-dress Prosecution / Evidence - Taxonomy MP3 WMV MOV
John Judge Intelligence Agency's MP3 WMV MOV
Final Audience Questions and Answers MP3 WMV MOV
Program End MP3 WMV MOV

Special thanks to Steve Cassilly

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