Tag Archives: Rep. Thomas Massie

Capitol Hill Press Conference on Declassifying the 28 Pages—H. Res. 779

  On Wednesday, July 6, 2016 Representatives Walter Jones (R-NC), Stephen Lynch (D-MA) and Thomas Massie (R-KY), along with 9/11 widow Terry Strada held a press conference on Capitol Hill introducing H.Res. 779 as part of an escalation in the … Continue reading

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Congressman Lynch, Former Ambassador, Blast Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for Supporting ISIS/Al Nusra

“Saudi Arabia is led by a Sunni monarchy, the same branch of Islam whose extremist elements make up the violent Islamic State,” wrote Boston Globe reporter Bryan Bender in a Sept. 5th article entitled, “U.S. Wants More from Suadis in … Continue reading

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Detailed Coverage of Jones/Massie Efforts to Declassify 28 Pages, LaRouche’s Analysis of Saudi/British Monarchy Role in 9-11

There was excellent, detailed coverage on Friday in The Raw Story and The Blaze on the efforts of Rep. Walter Jones (R-N.C.), Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) and former Florida Sen. Bob Graham to declassify the 28 pages of the joint … Continue reading

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London’s Daily Mail Plays Up Demands by Congress to Release the 28 Pages on 9/11

Rep. Thomas Massie, the first-term Republican from Kentucky, is featured in the July 31 Daily Mail of London after again demanding the release of the 28 classified pages of the 2003 Congressional investigation of the 9/11/2001 attacks. The bold-faced headline … Continue reading

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U.S. House of Representatives Reasserts its Constitutional Responsibility to Authorize War in Historic Vote

After an hour debate on Friday, the U.S. House of Representatives voted 370 to 40 with 22 members not voting in favor of House Concurrent Resolution 105 introduced by Representatives Jim McGovern (D-Mass), Walter Jones (R-NC), and Barbara Lee (D-Calif.). … Continue reading

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Co-Chairman Of 9/11 Families Group Calls For Support For House Concurrent Resolution 423

Terry Strada, co-chair of the 9/11 Families United for Justice Against Terrorism, issued an appeal to those attending the June 15 Thirtieth Anniversary conference of the Schiller Instiute, to “take action now,” and join her group in supporting House Concurrent … Continue reading

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‘Homeland Security Today’ Warns that Saudi 9/11 Networks Still a Threat

Under the headline, “Saudi Terror Network Behind 9/11 Still Active,” Homeland Security Today, a magazine aimed at “government decision-makers” in the homeland security community, features on its website, the warnings of former Senator Bob Graham about Saudi-sponsored terrorist networks inside … Continue reading

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Sunday New York Post Covers 9/11 Press Conference

Sunday’s edition of the New York Post gives extensive coverage to the press conference of Walter Jones, Stephen Lynch, Thomas Massie, and the 9/11 families with strong attention to the video message by former Sen. Bob Graham. The piece, by … Continue reading

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Press Conference: ‘Declassify the 28 Pages on Foreign Financing of 9/11’

Representatives Walter Jones (R–NC), Stephen Lynch (D-MA), Thomas Massie (R-KY) and former Senator Bob Graham (D-FL) along with survivors and members of 9/11 victims families held a press conference March 11, 2014 on Capitol Hill regarding HRes 428 which calls … Continue reading

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