LETTERS TO SPITZER
In this space we will publish for the record the cover letters for our submissions to the New York State Attorney General, and other correspondance of potential interest to the public.
cc: William Casey, Chief Investigator
Friday, November 19, 2004
Dear Mr. Spitzer:
Without fanfare, today we follow up on our first submission of October 28 and present the amended and restated Citizens' Complaint and Petition, citing probable cause for an independent grand jury or another form of investigation into the crimes committed in connection with the September 11, 2001 tragedy. We respectfully request a hearing before your office on this matter.
Today we are submitting the following materials:
The Complaint and Petion and all of the above listed Appendices will be published online starting today at www.Justicefor911.org. That operation will be complete by Monday, November 22. The online version is identical to our submission, but includes hyperlinks to all sources referenced in the text (insofar as these are available online).
The A-series appendices present probable-cause cases for investigating particular subjects. The site at Justicefor911.org will also include the online-only Appendices B1 through B8. These consist of growing dossiers on other avenues of investigation relevant to this Complaint. We will periodically "spin off" new A-series appendices as our research continues, and keep you informed. We also expect to be delivering letters of support from a variety of other groups and authorities.
On the front page of www.Justicefor911.org you will also discover more than 3,450 confirmed e-signatures on the Petition of Solidarity in support of our Complaint.
Finally, we will allow, under supervision, the submission of additional materials in a special section for comments from our supporters and readers.
Our Citizens' Complaint and Petition is a living document, involving many experienced researchers who are working without the benefit of the full public record that, we submit to you, our government has largely suppressed. We are aware of the grave seriousness of this endeavor and of our assertions, and have done our best in good conscience to uphold all principles of scholarship and due diligence.
We will be informing all supporters regularly on the progress of this Complaint and Petition, and on any word from your office. We look forward to a productive dialogue, and are confident you will, when you have examined these materials, find probable cause for taking up a criminal case(s).
Copyright (c) 2004 The "Justice for 9/11" Steering