Call, Write, Email! Call, Write, Email!
We have critical windows of opportunity to bring the 9/11 truth imperative
to two important civil servants who are, it would seem, open to looking at evidence.
1. Charles Hynes, Brooklyn, NY District Attorney
Brooklynite Sander Hicks, author of The Big Wedding,
recently wrote to Hynes, appealing him to open up some form of investigation about 9/11. Hicks has also contacted
some of Hynes’s staff to facilitate community input.
A district attorney — and in this case, a D.A. in a region with plenty of
constituents impacted by 9/11 — is a very powerful legal official: He would
have the power to convene a grand jury, to subpoena any witness or document, and
the grand jury could issue indictments against high officials or whomever. The
citizens who make up a grand jury decide whether indictments are justified. If
a prosecutor like Hynes (who successfully took down FBI-mobster Lin DeVecchio)
decides that he ought to pursue the 9/11 crimes from a new vantage point, it would
be a watershed event.
If you are a Brooklyn resident, contacting Hynes has special meaning — he is your D.A.!
So, before you do anything else tomorrow, do at least one of these things, in this order of importance:
1. CALL HIS OFFICE. Call and in calmly, respectfully, explain why you think a grand jury is necessary. Consider preparing brief notes. Call Orlando Rivera at 1.718.250.2300
2. WRITE A PERSONAL LETTER.
Letters are concrete pieces of evidence of the public voice. Type one, with a letterhead, and spend some time composing an argument. Here’s the address:
Director of Public Information
Kings County District Attorney’s Office
350 Jay St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
3. WRITE AN EMAIL. to this address: SCHMETJ@brooklynda.org
2. Dennis Kucinich, Congressman from Ohio
Recently, Kucinich has — despite his office claming that “9/11 is over” — said that he is open to looking at evidence, and to listening carefully to people with concerns. He claims to be open to hearing about evidence that would support the idea of a new congressional investigation, or a special prosecutor. Send him your succinct thoughts, along with a well-organized list of the pieces of evidence you consider to be the most important. Call, write, email, or fax your thoughts on 9/11:
14400 Detroit Avenue
Lakewood, Ohio 44107
Fax (216)228-6465Parma Office
7904 Day Drive
Parma, Ohio 44129
2445 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515