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NY Fire Commissioners Demand New 9/11 Investigation – “Overwhelming Evidence of Explosives”

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NY Fire Commissioners Demand New 9/11 Investigation – “Overwhelming Evidence of Explosives”

According to a recent announcement from Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, The New York Fire Commission recently voted to open up a new investigation into the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center Buildings on September 11, 2001.

Last month, on July 24, the Franklin Square and Munson Fire Districts unanimously voted to open a new investigation into the attacks, in response to “overwhelming evidence” that “pre-planted explosives . . . caused the destruction of the three World Trade Center buildings.”

The resolution was drafted by Commissioner Christopher Gioia, and was supported by the families of numerous victims who showed up at the meeting to give their blessing on the matter.

After the meeting, Commissioner Dennis Lyons talked about how much of an impact that the events of that day still have on the community.

The Franklin Square and Munson Fire District commissioners: Philip F. Malloy, Jr. (left); Dennis G. Lyons (second from left); Joseph M. Torregrossa (center); Christopher L. Gioia (second from right); Les Saltzman (right). Photo Credit: AE 911 T

“We have a memorial — a piece of steel from the World Trade Center with 28 holes where the nuts and bolts used to go. Every year on the 11th, we put a rose in each hole for the 24 Nassau County firefighters and four Franklin Square residents who died on 9/11,” Lyons said.

The recent push for this new investigation began last year, when the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Geoffrey S. Berman, filed a petition on behalf of the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry, which detailed the evidence showing the possibility of a controlled demolition of the World Trade Center buildings on 9/11.

The petition started a chain reaction which resulted in the evidence being seen by a grand jury.

A memorial to Thomas J. Hetzel, a member of the New York Fire Department and Franklin Square and Munson Fire Department, who died on September 11, 2001. Photo Credit: AE 911 T

Gioia believes that other districts in the city will push forward similar resolutions in the coming weeks and months.

“We were the first fire district to pass this resolution. We won’t be the last,” he told the audience that gathered at the meeting.

The full text of the resolution reads:

Whereas, the attacks of September 11, 2001, are inextricably and forever tied to the Franklin Square and Munson Fire Department;

Whereas, on September 11, 2001, while operating at the World Trade Center in New York City, firefighter Thomas J. Hetzel, badge #290 of Hook and Ladder Company #1, Franklin Square and Munson Fire Department of New York, was killed in performance of his duties, along with 2,976 other emergency responders and civilians;

Whereas, members of the Franklin Square and Munson Fire Department were called upon to assist in the subsequent rescue and recovery operations and cleanup of the World Trade Center site, afflicting many of them with life-threatening illnesses as a result of breathing the deadly toxins present at the site;

Whereas, the Board of Fire Commissioners of the Franklin Square and Munson Fire District recognizes the significant and compelling nature of the petition before the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York reporting un-prosecuted federal crimes at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, and calling upon the United States Attorney to present that petition to a Special Grand Jury pursuant to the United States Constitution and 18 U.S.C. SS 3332(A);

Whereas, the overwhelming evidence presented in said petition demonstrates beyond any doubt that pre-planted explosives and/or incendiaries — not just airplanes and the ensuing fires — caused the destruction of the three World Trade Center buildings, killing the vast majority of the victims who perished that day;

Whereas, the victims of 9/11, their families, the people of New York City, and our nation deserve that every crime related to the attacks of September 11, 2001, be investigated to the fullest and that every person who was responsible face justice;

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Fire Commissioners of the Franklin Square and Munson Fire District fully supports a comprehensive federal grand jury investigation and prosecution of every crime related to the attacks of September 11, 2001, as well as any and all efforts by other government entities to investigate and uncover the full truth surrounding the events of that horrible day.

This is certainly an unprecedented move. For many years the first responders have been leading the fight for a new investigation, but this is the first legislative body in the country to officially support a new investigation into the events of 9/11.

The Franklin Square and Munson Fire District commissioners greet the families of fallen firefighters Thomas J. Hetzel and Robert Evans, both Franklin Square natives. Photo Credit: AE 911 T

Until now, the 9/11 commission report was assumed to have the final say on the matter, but even the members who served on the board of the commission have now disavowed the report.

Most of the people who sat on the 9/11 commission have since come forward admitting that they were not allowed to look into most of the evidence and that they were tightly controlled by the pentagon.

One commissioner John Farmer has even come out and wrote a book called “The Ground Truth” in which he reveals the details of how the 9/11 commission report was basically written by the pentagon.

Perhaps it is finally time for a legitimate investigation to take place.

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David Cohen is a long-time independent journalist and expert in geopolitics, technology and finance. Cohen began his career as an activist, and then began writing articles as a freelancer for numerous websites. Cohen is a native of Brooklyn, New York and a graduate of Cornell University.

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