- Richard Gage, AIA
A courageous family needs your help — and their struggle for justice offers what I believe is the best opportunity the 9/11 Truth Movement has ever had to break through on a global scale.
The family of Geoffrey Thomas Campbell — a British man who died at the age of 31 in the North Tower — plans to file a petition on the upcoming anniversary of 9/11 to reopen the inquest into the murder of their loved one. This will be the first step toward having the official cause of death changed to reflect that Geoff was killed in the explosive demolition of one of the Twin Towers.
Geoff’s family, led by his mother Maureen and brother Matt, urgently need your help to raise $100,000 by September 1 so that they can afford to bring this case before the Attorney General and the High Court of England and Wales.
Your gift today will enable Geoff’s family to hire one of the United Kingdom’s leading barristers in the area of public inquiries and inquests to make the case that the Twin Towers were destroyed by explosive demolition.
The reopening of Geoff’s inquest under the UK Coroners Act of 1988 provides a uniquely promising opportunity to establish in a court of law that the destruction of the Twin Towers was caused by pre-planted explosives and incendiaries — and not by the impact of the airplanes, as cited in the first inquest into Geoff’s death (see below).
With your help today, Geoff’s family will be able to submit a voluminous petition presenting the overwhelming evidence of the Twin Towers’ explosive demolition. For a new inquest to be ordered, the Campbells only need to show that the coroner in the first inquest did not have all the material facts and that the new evidence may change the original verdict.
You have the chance to help this family establish the truth about what really happened on 9/11 and take the first giant step toward justice for the entire world.
Remember, you must give by September 1 to ensure that the Campbells can bring this case to court. Please give generously to this most worthy endeavor.