Families, Lawyers, AE911Truth File Lawsuit against FBI over 9/11 Review Commission Report
For the first time ever, 9/11 family members and advocates are taking legal action against the FBI aimed at forcing the Bureau to assess and report the evidence of the World Trade Center’s explosive demolition as well as other unaddressed 9/11 evidence.
In 2015, the FBI released the final report of its 9/11 Review Commission. Congress mandated the Commission to conduct “an assessment of any evidence now known to the FBI that was not considered by the 9/11 Commission related to any factors that contributed in any manner to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.”
However, the report did not include an assessment of evidence related to the WTC demolition nor an assessment of several other areas of evidence known to the FBI.
Now the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry and AE911Truth need your help to advance our historic lawsuit and bring this key evidence to light.
Why the Lawyers’ Committee and AE911Truth Need Your Support
The FBI 9/11 Review Commission Lawsuit is complex litigation against the federal government comprising a number of phases that could last up to two years. The end goal is to force the FBI to re-constitute its 9/11 Review Commission in some form, assess the evidence known to the FBI but omitted from the Commission’s 2015 report, and include that evidence in a new, amended report. Initially, we need your help to fund the early phases of the lawsuit, which are the complaint, the anticipated motion to dismiss, and motions for summary judgment.
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SGT Report interviews Richard Gage AIA, David R. Meiswinkle J.D. and Mick Harrison from the Lawyers’ Committee on this development