"Ottawa 9/11 Truth" At Obama Rally - Feb 19th, 2009

Posted on Tuesday, March 10 at 09:02 by ottawafro

Security was tight but there was no incidents with our truth action. The cops treated us and all who attended with respect and dignity. Mat managed to get our banner on CBC. We talked to a lot of Obama fans about the events of Sept 11th,2001 and hoped to awaken a few minds in the process. We interviewed Sophie Harkat, the wife of Mohamed Harkat, about her and husband's plight for a fair trail of their case. 9/11 continues to impact many Canadians lives even to this day through a false understanding of that event. I did some interviews for local media with the Ottawa Citizen and another local channel however it did not make it to the mainstrean. We would like the Canadian government to open it's own independant investigation, a Royal Commission independent investigation of that day and release the findings to the people. We would like Barack Obama to forget Wall Streets and Brenski and reopen the investigation into 9/11.
Only with all the information can one make an informed decision. Stop the 9/11 Cover-Up.

Tyrone Drummond

http://www.ottawa911truth.com
http://www.justiceforharkat.com/
http://www.whatreallyhappened.com
http://www.infowars.com
http://www.freeomarkhadr.com

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  1. by avatar Milton
    Tue Mar 10, 2009 8:13 pm
    Good post, the fight for right continues.

  2. by avatar akston
    Tue Mar 10, 2009 11:28 pm
    Good work infowarriors!

    http://statismwatch.ca

  3. Sun Mar 29, 2009 12:04 am
    The mainstream media is only in it for themselves.

  4. Sun Mar 29, 2009 2:28 am
    Thanks guys. Everyone has to do their part , the mainstream media isn't going to do it for us.


    You got that bloody right.

    Coyote



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