Written by Dennis McMahon, J.D., L.L.M., and AE911Truth Staff
August 20, 2013

DC911Truth is pulling out all the stops this year in their effort to host one of the most comprehensive national 9/11 Truth conferences in years. 9/11: Advancing the Truth is planned for Friday night through Sunday, September 13-15 in Washington, DC, following the twelfth anniversary of the horrific and world-changing events of September 11, 2001.

Editor’s Note: This event, which takes place in the midst of the landmark ReThink911 ad campaign, has the potential to be the most influential 9/11 conference ever. Get your tickets now while they are still available! If you cannot attend, consider donating to cover the conference costs. The conference organizers need your financial support in order to make the conference a success for the 9/11 Truth movement. Please help now.

Richard Gage AIA, will receive an award on behalf of the approximately 2,000 architects and engineers — and 17,500 other AE911Truth petition signers and volunteers — that he represents.

The founder of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, Richard Gage, AIA, will receive special recognition for the group’s work in educating building professionals, elected representatives, the media, and the public, about the explosive evidence at all three World Trade Center skyscrapers on 9/11. Gage spoke about receiving the honor:

“I felt deeply touched to learn that the 9/11 Truth movement, via DC911Truth, values the important work that we have accomplished here at AE911Truth. Over the years, thousands of individuals have written and approached us with overwhelming gratitude that I, quite frankly, do not know how to appropriately respond to. Their understanding and appreciation of our mission shows that we are on the right track. It also fuels and inspires us to achieve greater and more effective outreach. I have tried my hardest for more than seven years now to assemble the evidence from other dedicated 9/11 researchers and gather the building professionals to complement it and back it up. I am only disappointed that we didn’t show up to take our place among the early pioneers in the 9/11 Truth movement, who were out there without the technical professionals to support them. We have been making up for lost time, and we very much appreciate the acknowledgment.”

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