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  • The Second Annual Boston Tea Party and Conference for 9/11 Truth! – Green Party Candidate for Governor will participate

    Posted by Green Party Peace Network on December 13, 2007

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    Saturday Conference:
    Architects, Engineers & Educators Speak Out!
    10am to 5pm, Faneuil Hall
    Saturday Night: 9/11 Sent Them to War, 7pm, Faneuil Hall
    Sunday: Noon, Rally on Boston Common
    Sunday: 2:30, Tea Party Boston Harbor
    Sunday: 4pm to 9pm, After party– A Brew and a Brainstorm
    Hennessy’s, Upstairs, 25 Union St. (In Faneuil Hall area)

    for the full schedule

    Speakers include:
    9/11 Truth experts
    Steven Jones
    Richard Gage
    Kevin Ryan
    Joel Hirschhorn
    Robert Bowman
    Dr. Kevin Barrett
    Barbara Honegger
    Justin Martel

    9/11 Victims Advocate
    Donna Marsh O’Connor

    Peace Activists

    Civil Liberties Expert
    Nancy Murray

    Impeachment Advocate
    John Kaminski, Northeast
    Impeachment Coalition Spokesperson

    Green Party nominee for Governor:
    Grace Ross


    From the website,

    “The goal of this program is to foster harmony and cooperation between a broad spectrum of activists and organizations concerned with ending the war in Iraq, war crimes being perpetrated either by executive order or congressional mandate, the impeachment and/or removal of elected or appointed government officials engaged in criminal activity, the unlawful dismantling of constitutional rights and provisions, the neglect of rights and concerns of 9/11 and Iraq War victims and their families, and the lack of transparency in the investigation of criminal culpability in the 911 attacks. It is our hope and belief that a unified front regarding all of these issues will bring about lasting peace and a truly free and democratic society.”


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