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NYC CAN Initiative For WTC 7 Legal Action

Wake Up the NYC District Attorney
with 1,000 Letters

Help NYC CAN show the Manhattan District Attorney just how widespread the desire for a new investigation is. To bring Building 7 fully to the attention of the District Attorney, the goal is to flood the DA’s office with 1,000 letters and faxes per week.


The good thing is:

Send just one letter per week in June!

At the beginning of each week, NYC CANwill report how many letters and faxes were sent the previous week! This way we all get to know whether or not we reached our goal. If you are not already signed up at NYCCAN you can sign on now in order to receive these templates each week. It’s free!

This is how it’s going to work:

• At the beginning of each week NYC CAN will send out a template of the letter. Feel free to edit the letter to make it your own, but please be sure to stick to what the letter is saying. The template is available below.

• Copy/paste the letter, edit it as you see fit, and mail or fax it to the District Attorney’s office. We are asking you to mail or fax your letter because the District Attorney’s office asks for complaints to be written.

• Email NYC CAN to let them know you sent your letter so they can record a total for that week.

• Forward this action alert to as many people as possible, post it on blogs, websites, facebook, etc.

Each week we will cover a different topic so that the District Attorney can be comprehensively educated about the destruction of Building 7 in a way that is easy to absorb. The key is to not overwhelm them with all sorts of information. This is how the weeks will go:

Week 1: Getting the DA’s office to watch footage of Building 7
Week 2: Testimonial Evidence
Week 3: Physical Evidence
Week 4: Technical Evidence (analysis of footage)

Fax # (212) 335–8914 for the Special Prosecutions Bureau of the Manhattan District Attorney. The mailing address is included in the letter pasted below.

Please help make this first week an amazing success by taking ten minutes to do your part. The time for us to act as one is now.

You can download a PDF of a pre–formatted letter courtesy of World911Truth.org — don’t forget to sign it!

Or you can customize it yourself:

To: Cy Vance, Jr. District Attorney of New York County;

Thomas Wornom, Bureau Chief, Special Prosecutions Bureau

New York County District Attorney Office

ATTN: Special Prosecutions Bureau

1 Hogan Place 7th Floor
New York, NY 10013

June 3, 2010

Dear Sirs:

I am writing to ask that you open an investigation into the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7, which occurred at around 5:20pm on September 11, 2001. There is overwhelming evidence that Building 7 was demolished with explosives, and that it did not collapse due to office fires as asserted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology in its 2008 report on Building 7.[1] Today, 1,200 architects and engineers, and millions of others like myself, are calling for a new investigation into the destruction of Building 7.

Most people have not seen footage of Building 7’s destruction, or they are unaware that it even occurred. This is perhaps the primary reason there has not been a real investigation to date.

I urge you to watch footage of Building 7’s destruction by going to:


It will take you less than one minute to watch this footage. If you are like most people who have watched it, you will come to the conclusion that a new investigation is necessary.

I respectfully submit that as part of your duty to represent, serve and protect the people of New York County, and to bring justice for the 330+ New York County residents who died on September 11th,[2] it is your responsibility to initiate this investigation.

Sincerely yours,

Sign Your Name

Thank you once again for standing up and being counted. This is the time for patriots to step forward.


The hardworking staff and volunteers at
Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth

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