LC President David Meiswinkle gives an update to Cat April Watters FEB 27, 2021

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Dear Friends:

This September will mark the 20th Anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. It’s hard to believe that the most egregious act committed against Americans has been so poorly investigated by the authorities. As a result, the Lawyers’ Committee has stepped into a vacuum created by the failures of our government to do real honest thorough criminal investigations.

While we hope you and your families are well as we move thankfully towards warmer days, and hopefully less government restrictions in our lives, we should not forget that the real 9/11 suspects and killers are most likely still alive and have not been properly identified nor apprehended.

The Lawyers’ Committee expects to complete within a month a new Grand Jury Petition on the anthrax attacks of 2001 and submit it to the United States Attorney in Washington, D.C. highlighting the 9/11 crimes committed, and the laws violated. This past October we submitted a 76 page Anthrax Petition with 69 Exhibits to Congress. We are attempting to locate Congressional support for a new anthrax investigation. We believe the alleged anthrax attacker Dr. Bruce Ivins was an innocent scapegoat and fall guy for FBI criminal misconduct and obstruction involved with their own investigation.

Presently, the Lawyers’ Committee is waiting on a decision from the Southern District Court Judge in Manhattan on the standing question concerning our Grand Jury law suit involving evidence of controlled demolition, bombs and explosives used in the destruction of the World Trade Center Towers.


Recently, I did an informal Lawyers’ Committee interview update with NYC’s Cat Watters a New York City 9/11 activist on some of the activities of the Lawyers’ Committee. Click HERE or click the blue button below for the interview.

These are indeed rough times. Your support is most appreciated.


David R. Meiswinkle
President/Executive Director
Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry

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