9/11 CitizensWatch Joins Coalition to Support a Resolution of Inquiry into the Administration's pre-Iraq War Deceptions and Urges Sponsors to Broaden the Examination to also include their Deceit and Misconduct Surrounding the 9/11 Attacks

Contact: Kyle F. Hence, 9/11 CitizensWatch [www.911citizenswatch.org]
Voice: 401-935-7715 - 401-847-1963 -- kfh@911citizenswatch.org

Washington, D.C. (May 27, 2005) - In response to the recently leaked Downing Street memo documenting that the White House was tailoring facts and intelligence to sell its Iraq war policy as early as July 2002, a coalition of citizen groups representing millions of Americans has formed to seek a formal Congressional Inquiry into possible High Crimes and Misdemeanors committed by the President and his Administration. (The presentation of a formal Resolution of Inquiry to the House Judiciary Committee is the first step toward possible impeachment of U.S. officials.) Based on a review of the thousands of pages of 9/1l evidence compiled in the last three and a half years, CitizensWatch believes that the administration's systematic deception of the American people was well underway as early as September of 2001 when they repeatedly misrepresented the facts and circumstances of the attacks.

"Any Inquiry on the Hill must broaden to examine the campaign of deceit around 9/11, Abu Grahib, and depleted uranium as well as the now obvious duplicity in their selling of the war on Iraq," said, Kyle F. Hence, co-founder of CitizensWatch. "If the nation has learned anything in the past three years, it is that the Iraq invasion and occupation were in planning since the earliest days of this administration yet would have been politically impossible without the 9/11 attacks. It is worthwhile to isolate and document particular lies in the run-up to the war, but it is now far more critical to address the overall plan that needed a 9/11 to succeed and the pattern of deceit that ensued. The prima facie evidence for this administration's criminal wrongdoing is currently overwhelming and a broad congressional inquiry is certainly long overdue."

9/11 CitizensWatch maintains that the official 9/11 story as portrayed and defended in the Kean/Zelikow 9/11 Report is riddled with distortions, misrepresentations and critical omissions both regarding evidence they had on hand and that which they refused to seek. We stand with the 9/11 families who documented the Report failure to answer most of their questions about the murders of their loved ones and held no one accountable for any aspect of the tragedy or their subsequent lies. There is now a large body of scholarly work on these questions that a
congressional inquiry could draw upon to expose the truth, seek accountability and demand justice.

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You'll find the Resolution of Inquiry outlined here in Memo to Rep. John Conyers:


More details on the alliance supporting the Resolution of Inquiry:


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