Unanswered Questions: Thinking For Ourselves
For immediate release
September 3, 2002
Weekend NYC Area Events To Challenge Official 9/11 Story -
- Offer Highly Documented Lines Of Inquiry In Ongoing Investigation
For more event information
(New York City) -- One day after the entire U.S. Congress convenes on September 6th in New York City to honor those that
lost their lives in the September 11th attacks of last year, From the Wilderness Publications is sponsoring two events
which will dramatically challenge the official account of the events of 9/11 and the status quo interpretation of events
leading up to and following the tragic events of that day.
Former LAPD narcotics officer and current editor/publisher of From the Wilderness will be the featured speaker and
workshop leader at both events.
Michael Ruppert, former LAPD narcotics officer, is now a seasoned investigative reporter who is amongst the most active
in the U.S. on the subject of 9/11. Undaunted by an ongoing smear campaign for his reporting on 9/11, Ruppert has
published some 70 articles on 9/11 (authoring many of them) and he's done an average of 3-4 radio shows a week since
November. His 21 lectures in three countries have been to standing room only crowds who consistantly give him standing
ovations. His own video, "The Truth and Lies of 9/11," shot primarily at his first public post 9/11 appearance in
Portland, Oregon has sold over 5400 copies.
The From the Wilderness newsletter is now subscribed to by 30 members of Congress. Following the events, Ruppert is
scheduled to meet personally with members of Congress in Washington, D.C. regarding 9/11 and related issues.
His presentation will cover a range of issues to include the coming global oil crisis as a motivator for 9-11; pipeline
development history before and after 9-11; U.S. government foreknowledge of the attacks; Bush administration awareness
of airliners as weapons; CIAís knowledge of a $100,000 wire transfer to Mohammed Atta; the role of the Afghan drug trade
and its influence on the world markets; insider trading before the attacks; the assault on Constitutional freedoms and
Homeland Security; the inevitable Mid East war that might lead to Islamic genocide; Israel; Saudi Arabia; the roles of
Russia and China in the ultimate end game for control of the worldís dwindling energy resources AND MUCH MORE
A stunning new documentary short, Aftermath: Unanswered Questionsof 9/11,produced by UnansweredQuestions.org and the
Guerilla News Network, winners of the 2002 Sundance Online Film Festival will be premiered in a rough cut format to
begin the program of both events. "Nearly a year has passed and not a single open hearing has been held in Congress by
the Committee charged with investigating what happened on September 11th," notes co-producer, Kyle F. Hence of
UnansweredQuestions, "our intention is to spark widespread outrage, and most importantly some constructive action, with
this short video." GNN's award-winning producer/director/editor Stephen Marshall said recently, "This is the most
important piece I've done in my life!"
This video with shocking yet well documented lines of inquiry and analysis regarding 9/11 (not fully examined or
reported on by the major media) will be premiered live in final cut on the internet on Sept. 11th.
On Saturday, Sept 7th from 7PM-11PM the first event will be held at Tishman Auditorium (capacity 500) at the New School
University; 66 West 12th Street in Manhattan. Tickets will be available at the door beginning at 6:30PM; directions are
available at: www.newschool.edu/aboutnsu/map/tickets Ticket prices: $15.00 or $10.00 with validated student ID
On Sunday Sept 8 from 2PM - 7PM, the second weekend event will be held at Shea Center for the Performing Arts (capacity
900) at William Paterson University in Wayne, NJ (30 minutes from Manhattan). Directions are available at
ww2.wpunj.edu/aboutus/directions.cfm. Doors to open at 2:00PM Ticket prices: $10.00 or $7.00 with validated student ID
The contact number for both events is 1-877-867-5901, email FTW@ureach.com
Organizers have noted that interested members of public who do not make it to the Manhattan venue can come to the larger
NJ venue the following day.
Sept 7th venue:
Tishman Auditorium at the New School University
66 West 12th Street, Manhattan
tickets: $15.00 or $10.00 with validated student ID
doors open 6:30
seats 500 people
Sept 8th venue:
Shea Center for the Performing Arts at William Paterson Univ
tickets: $10.00 or $7.00 with validated student ID
doors open 2:00
seats 900 people