LaRouche Activists Drive Campaign to Declassify 28 Pages of the 9/11 Congressional Inquiry; Four New Co-Sponsors on H.R. 14
May 27, 2016 (EIRNS)—The mobilization by the LaRouche movement is driving the campaign to declassify the 28 pages of the 2002 Joint Congressional Inquiry report.
The New Jersey office of the movement reported that about six weeks ago an email came out from Rep. Leonard Lance’s (R-NJ) office in which he asked constituents to answer a poll on whether or not the classified 28 page chapter of the Congressional Inquiry Report should be released to the public. He explained that he had, in fact, read the classified chapter of the 9/11 Report.
In a phone call on May 25 to Lance’s Washington, D.C. office, the staffer who the LaRouche activist talked to, quoted the result of that polling of his constituents: the result, not included in any later emails, was that 85% of those responding wanted the 28 pages released. The question to constituents was: yes to release, no to not release, or unsure. Rep. Lance regularly does town meetings, and LaRouchePAC activists have intervened in at least six of them over the last several years.
On Thursday, May 26, four new House members signed on as co-sponsors to the Walter Jones bill, H.R. 14, bringing the total to 67 members of Congress. The new signers are: New York Reps, Louise Slaughter (D) and Tom Reed (R) and Texas Reps, Al Green (D) and Randy Neugebauer (R).
In addition, today, the progressive blog, Peoples Voice published three items from EIRNS and LaRouchePAC on the 28 pages, including a lengthy excerpt from the May 20, 2016 webcast that quotes Jeffrey Steinberg on the spreading mobilization to expose the Anglo-Saudi terror machine and on the real nature of the FBI as a British-created instrument of terror to destroy the United States.