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Calling on the ACLU

9/11 Blogger | September 20 2006

FLASHBACK: 9/11 Toxic Dust Whistleblower Raided By SWAT Team

In a recent article a very prominent 9/11 Toxic Dust Whistleblower had his home raided by a SWAT team. According to Major Mike McCormack, his home was ransacked for 3 hours, without a warrant, at gunpoint.

Additionally, McCormack claims "Numerous firemen were telling me that they heard numerous secondary explosions all over the building - these guys are seasoned firefighting professionals - a lot of them have military backgrounds and they're not stupid."

"Everybody on the planet knew that not only was the World Trade Center hit - it was totally wiped out," said McCormack.

I am calling on members of the 9/11 Truth community to contact the NYC branch of the American Civil Liberties Union to establish a hotline for firemen and first responders to call, with all the legal protections that the ACLU can afford them, to allow these brave men and women to step forward and tell their stories, without threat of reprisal.

Please call and fax:

New York Civil Liberties Union
125 Broad Street, New York NY 10004
phone 212-607-3300
fax 212-607-3318 and 212-607-3329

We must demand that the ACLU recognize this obvious harassment of a 9/11 Toxic Air whistleblower, and demand that they work with the community to establish a safe-haven for any first responders to come forward.

If there are any lawyers out there in the 9/11 Truth community, I call upon you to take a leadership position on this and help facilitate this relationship with the ACLU.

No fireman should ever fear the loss of his pension as a result of telling the truth about 9/11. Creating a hotline at the ACLU could be a first step in encouraging these witnesses to come forward.


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