William Binney is a former highly placed intelligence official with the United States National Security Agency (NSA) who, after more than 30 years of service, resigned in 2001 and became a whistleblower exposing the NSA's unconstitutional programs. He is also a recent signatory of AE911Truth's petition calling for a new investigation into the destruction of the Twin Towers and WTC 7 on 9/11. In this interview he talks with Andy Steele about why he signed the petition, the NSA's spying program, and offers some words of advice to the 9/11 Truth movement on how to pursue justice through official channels.
Activist Les Jamieson joins Andy Steele to discuss AE911Truth's 9/11 Anniversary action and event Line-up. They also discuss the 9/11 Memorial Museum and why our continued presence outside the museum, and our outreach to the public, are so vitally important in countering the false narrative presented to the public within this for-profit museum reminder of the crimes of 9/11.
Last month the High-Rise Safety Initiative campaign submitted over 67,000 petition signatures calling for a ballot measure that would require the City of New York to investigate the collapse of WTC 7 and any future high-rise collapses. Now the City has attempted to block it from appearing on the ballot this November and the matter is headed to court.
In this episode of 9/11 Free Fall Ted Walter and Dennis McMahon of the High-rise Safety Initiative join Andy Steele to discuss the latest developments in the campaign, and how the listeners can help. Also, Andy goes over Fran Shure's latest article in her series "Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—about 9/11?", which looks at moral psychology.
Architect and AE911Truth Chairman Of The Board Robert McCoy joins Andy Steele to talk about his own professional background, the WTC controlled demolition evidence, andRichard Gage's recent appearance on C-SPAN's Washington Journal. He also discusses what''s next for AE911Truth and the exciting actions the organization will be carrying out in the future.