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SF: Film Screening- 9/11 Press for Truth
Date Wednesday November 15
Time 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Location Details
584 Market Street, Suite 907, at 2nd Street
San Francisco
(New Venue- moved from original location)
Event Type Other
Organizer/AuthorDarrow Boggiano
EmailCitySites [at] CitySites.com
Phone415.992.5095
Although independent investigations began within weeks of

both Pearl Harbor and the Kennedy assassination, the same

was not true of the attacks of September 11th. Most are

unaware that formation of the 9/11 Commission was strongly

opposed by many in Washington, including the Bush

administration. It was only due to pressure from the 9/11

families, led by a particular twelve calling themselves the

Family Steering Committee, that, fourteen months after the

attacks, the first hearing finally began.


In 9/11: PRESS FOR TRUTH, five of the most prominent members

of the Family Steering Committee, including three of the

Jersey Girls (in the news recently after Ann Coulter's

attacks), tell their story for the first time, providing the

most powerful argument yet for why 9/11 still needs

investigation.


Adapting Paul Thompson's definitive Complete 9/11 Timeline

(published by HarperCollins as The Terror Timeline), the

filmmakers stitch together rare, overlooked news clips,

buried stories, and government press conferences, revealing

a patternof official lies, deception, and spin.



Join us for an evening of film, poetry, and music from 7 pm

until 10 pm. Film starts at 7:30 ish. A $2 donation is

requested. No one is ever turned away for lack of funds.
Added to the calendar on Tuesday Nov 14th, 2006 2:08 PM
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