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9/11 Qui Tam Jurisdictional Challenges Filed - 2/29/08

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Two Qui Tam cases - U.S. District Court, SDNY -- 9/11 related

One alleges Twin Towers destroyed by Directed Energy Weapons

Other alleges No Planes hit the towers

Directed energy weapons toxic effects continue at Ground Zero

Contact:

Jerry V. Leaphart,

Attorney for Dr. Judy Wood and Dr. Morgan Reynolds

p -- 203-825-6265

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Assisting in the research of 9/11 since 2006. Only physical evidence observable through pictures or measurement data should be considered to determine what happened at all three sites. Hearsay and unsupported hypotheses must be dismissed and (more...)
 
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