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Lost Arts Radio Show #216 - Richard Gage, Barbara Honegger, and Dave Meiswinkle

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Over the years since the crime of 9/11 which killed thousands of Americans and "justified" undeclared wars in the Middle East that killed more than a million in Iraq alone, and which also resulted in the rise of a severe police state situation in the U.S., brave individuals and organizations have been working hard to uncover the true description of what happened. Finally there is a major breakthrough in this long project for disclosure, and some of the key players in this big development are joining us on the show to explain what has happened.

Richard Gage, who founded Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth (www.ae911truth.org) has been one of the main forces working for disclosure since 2006, originally proving the towers could not have been destroyed by the aircraft that hit them or by spilled jet fuel.

Barbara Honegger is an officer and board member of Lawyers Committee For 9/11 Inquiry (www.lcfor911.org). Dave Meiswinkle is the group's president. This organization is directly responsible for bringing a highly researched and documented petition to the attention of the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, demanding the attention it deserves. In response, the U.S. Attorney has agreed to convene a special criminal grand jury, investigating what really happened on 9/11. The petition comes with a massive amount of evidence that cannot be ignored. What will result from this inquiry could be of great historic importance. True exposure of what happened on 9/11 would shine light on many other activities and crimes of the Deep State, and could change the fate of life on our planet. All three of the key players mentioned here have agreed to appear on Lost Arts Radio together, this Sunday.

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