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Dear Friends,

We at the Lawyers’ Committee hope you and your loved ones are well during these most unusual times.
As a result of the roller coaster of events that have unfolded throughout the world the normal flow of activities for all of us have been altered.

The Lawyers’ Committee is presently working on two major projects which will be launched in the near future, and is expecting a ruling shortly by a federal court judge on whether our Grand Jury Petition concerning explosions, incendiaries and controlled demolition used to destroy the World Trade Center Towers will be honored. CONTINUE

Request for Correction: What It Means and How NIST Might Respond – An Interview with Mick Harrison & Ted Walter (4/16/20)

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Mick HarrisonLawyers’ Committee Litigation Director Mick Harrison and AE911Truth Director of Strategy Ted Walter join host Andy Steele for an in-depth discussion of the request for correction submitted to NIST last month regarding the agency’s report on the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7. The 100-page request, which is signed by ten 9/11 family members, 88 architects and structural engineers, and AE911Truth, represents the most serious challenge to date against NIST’s World Trade Center investigation.This is a re-broadcast from 4/16/2020.

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Grand Jury Litigation Heats Up, Fire Fighters and Families Join Suit

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On Friday April 3, 2020 Alexander J. Hogan Counsel for the United States Attorney filed a Motion to Dismiss the Lawyers’ Committee’s First Amended Complaint for Mandamus Relief, Injunctive Relief,and Disclosure of Grand Jury Records which had been filed on March 20,2020.

The Lawyers’ Committee sued the United States Attorney on September 6, 2019 after waiting seventeen months for some indication that their office was proceeding in good faith, by presenting to a Grand Jury the evidence of explosives and incendiaries involved in the destruction of the World Trade Center Towers, which was initially submitted to them by the Lawyers’ Committee on April 10, 2018. MORE>

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Recently Discovered Video Shows 9/11 victim Bobby McIlvaine Playing Basketball Against Kobe Bryant in 1992

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Bobby McIlvaine was a 9/11 victim at the World Trade Center.

His father is a tireless warrior relentlessly pursuing justice for his son, and all victims of 9/11.

He is a co-plaintiff in both the Lawyers’ Committee Federal Mandamus law suit filed against the United States Attorney, and the United States Attorney in the Southern District in NYC concerning the mandatory obligation of the United States Attorney to present the evidence submitted to him by the Lawyers’ Committee of bombs and incendiaries used in the destruction of the World Trade Center Towers.

He is also a co-plaintiff in Washington D.C. in a Lawyers’ Committee seven count Federal Mandamus Action against the FBI and the Department of Justice concerning the FBI’s failure to fulfill a congressional mandate regarding the 9/11 Review Commission.

In both cases the Federal Government has amazingly said that Bob Mcilvaine as well as the other co-plaintiff have no standing. Both cases are presently being litigated by the Lawyers’ Committee.

This video, recently received by the McIlvaines, is a reminder of the personal suffering caused by the events of 9/11, and of why we persist in seeking accountability for the events of that day.



We embrace the Mcilvaine family and celebrate with them the wonderful memories of their son and brother, Bobby.  

h/t: Philadelphia Inquirer Raishad Hardnett, Apr 5, 2020