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Rev. Frank Morales writes (via Jonathan Mark):
I hope this note finds you all in good health and spirits. I am writing you to ask for your assistance in getting the word out about the campaign here in NYC to place the issue of a new (real) investigation of 9/11 on the NYC municipal ballot in the November 2009 elections. As I'm sure you're already aware, we have collected well over 30,000 signatures towards our goal of 75,000, which would make it nearly impossible for the city fathers to block our efforts, thereby allowing the voters to decide on the matter, and thus sanction a real (lawful) investigation, which will of course allow for the involvement of groups and individuals like yourselves to finally be afforded a legal venue in which to concretely ascertain the truth and achieve some modicum of justice for all those who have suffered so as a consequence of 9/11.
I have, over the years met some of you, both here in NYC and over in your neck of the woods, and have always respected and been inspired by the work that you all do. Let me just say to you, in all honesty, that we can do this, but not without your help. Our team, campaign and approach have been reconfigured for the homestretch and is in smooth running order. The machine is built, all it needs is fuel. We're collecting some 500-1000 sigs a day, at about a buck a sig! The campaign (the actuality and possibilities it raises) is beginning to cause a buzz here in the heart of the 9/11 beast. We need funds tho to carry us through to November, the great majarity of which will be and has been put towards the payment of well-trained professional petitioners. Below you will find our funds appeal letter. Please, for the sake of us all, for the sake of truth, pass the letter on to your friends and associates ... implore them to send us whatever they can. I have faith that with the involvement of us all in the 9/11 Truth Community we can and will make this happen. Be well.
Reverend Frank Morales