PRESS RELEASE:
9/11 Truth Billboard in SLO

San Luis Obispo, August 6, 2010:

In what may be the first of it’s kind in the nation, a group of 9/11 Truth activists organized, designed and paid for a commercial billboard in which 1,200 Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth invite the public to “Examine the Evidence.”

The 24’ (w) x 12’ (h) billboard was installed sometime Thurs. afternoon, Aug. 5, 2010 on South Higuera, just south of Elks Lane in San Luis Obispo (near the Sutcliffe Cemetery). [ MAP: http://tinyurl.com/24jcasv ]

The activists who have brought this matter to the people of SLO County who drive by this area realize that the evidence we are attempting to share is difficult to digest. Many simply cannot bear to question 9/11, knowing somewhere deeply in the collective unconscious that the truth may be more than we can stand.

In order to understand the facts regarding the collapse of 3 modern, high rise buildings one has to free ourselves from our preconceived notions.

Of course to investigate 9/11 carries with it the burden of doing something about it. While this is true, no one is asking any one of us to save the world single handedly. It does not take long to get educated (just go to http://www.ae911truth.org/).

The volumes of evidence presented include a peer reviewed paper published by an international team of scientists that positively found unignited thermite in all 4 samples of World Trade Center dust they tested. There has been no coverage of this paper in any of the mainstream press, including the so-called “Left media.”

For more details about this highly charged issue, which we need to remember was the “reason” we went to war in the Middle East, please visit: http://www.ae911truth.org

And some of the researchers who are involved with the LOCAL 911 Truth organization include:
Mark Phillips at mrppy@fix.net
Rich Besco at rbbesco@msn.com

Some folks outside the area include:
Carol Brouillet at cbrouillet@igc.org
Richard Gage who has presented evidence locally (at both Cal Poly and in the SLO Public Library) can be reached at rgage@ae911truth.org

Local tri-county publication HopeDance (www.HopeDance.org) has been covering the issue for years starting in 2001. For some articles, reviews of books, and videos on the 9/11 subject, please visit: http://tinyurl.com/237khcd