We believe that 20 years is too long to wait for full transparency

THE COVER-UP MUST STOP

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ABOUT US

The 9/11 Community

We are a coalition of families and survivors of the worst-ever terrorist attacks on American soil. We soon will face the 20th anniversary of that day, so we are coming together anew to urge our fellow Americans to demand answers to longstanding, unresolved questions about those terrorist attacks, and to insist that our government release the evidence it is withholding — once and for all. 

Real Voices

We are a community of over 3,000 family members who have lost loved ones, 9/11 survivors, first responders, and those sick from exposure to Ground Zero. These are a few of our stories.

On September 11, 2001, Sharon Premoli was sitting at her desk on the 80th floor of the North Tower at Beast Financial Systems when AA Flight 11 plunged into the building. By 9:59am, she and her colleagues were close to exiting in #5 when the South Tower collapsed, breaking through the external plate glass window at exactly where she was standing. The force of the collapse lifted her up into the air, propelling her into the internal Citibank or Borders Book Store plate glass window. By a miracle, two firefighters and a NYC police officer were trapped with them with equipment and oxygen. “Were it not for these brave men, we would have probably perished

SHARON

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On September 11, 2001, Sharon Premoli was sitting at her desk on the 80th floor of the North Tower at Beast Financial Systems when AA Flight 11 plunged into the building. By 9:59am, she and her colleagues were close to exiting in #5 when the South Tower collapsed, breaking through the external plate glass window at exactly where she was standing. The force of the collapse lifted her up into the air, propelling her into the internal Citibank or Borders Book Store plate glass window. By a miracle, two firefighters and a NYC police officer were trapped with them with equipment and oxygen. “Were it not for these brave men, we would have probably perished”

SHARON

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WHY DECLASSIFY?

Without that transparency and candor, we can’t heal — not as family members and survivors, and not as citizens. Today we are left with doubt, distrust, and anger at the politicians and bureaucrats who claim they care about the truth and the pain we have suffered, but then work every day to keep us in the dark. This must stop. We all deserve answers, and we all can learn from an honest, public exposure of the facts.