Thursday, February 26, 2009

Top Patriots Question the Official Story of 9/11


Threat advisory: Elevated - Significant Risk of Truth

The following document contains the names of hundreds of people who question the official government version of what happened on September 11th, 2001 and therefore may be labeled as "terrorists" or have connections to al-Qaeda as determined by The Bush Administration.

Please note that some of the people listed believe that our government helped orchestrate 9/11, while others believe we were not told the truth by our government on specific events. Furthermore, most believe a new investigation is warranted.

WE THE PEOPLE know what happened on 9/11. We saw the images of the planes
crashing into the towers over and over and over again. Those images do not need further explanation or investigation as we know our media to be an honest and truthful media. They would not under any circumstance hide anything from the American people. And as we know them to be honest and forthright journalists
we must also know that what they show us is the truth…nothing else.

More importantly, as you read over the list of names keep in mind how incredibly
undereducated those who question the truth really must be. Their life experiences are nominal as compared to the average American citizen. They have absolutely no right or credibility to speak when it comes to 9/11 issues or how our government reacted to this terrible tragedy.

There is no room in our society for their voices or their opinions.
Our President told us what happened on 9/11 and we must believe him.
He is honest and decent and would not lie to the world about such a tragedy.

President Bush believed it was so important to address 9/11 conspiracies that he
even mentioned it at the United Nations General Assembly and stated the following:
“Let us not tolerate outrageous conspiracy theories concerning the
attacks of September the 11th. Malicious lies that attempt to shift the blame
away from the terrorists themselves. Away from the guilty”.
Please repeat this statement to yourself over and over and over again as you
re-play the images of the three towers collapsing at free fall speed into their own footprint. It is "un-American" to question 9/11 or to question our honest, and always truthful President.

It is a good thing our media has not allowed these uneducated nutcases to speak publicly. They should remain hidden and shunned by the press.
Otherwise we might not have time to educate ourselves on the personal lives of famous people with great integrity such as Paris Hilton or Lindsay Lohan.

Please pass this document to as many people as possible
so we can expose the kooks and illiterates that make up the conspiracy community.

If you would like to know more on the exact statements or verbalizations uttered by these so-called patriots, please see http://patriotsquestion911.com

View some of the thousands of patriots who question the 9/11 "Official Story."

Patriots Who Question the Truth about 9/11

Senior Military, Intelligence, Law Enforcement, Government Officials, Government Research Scientists, and Federal Officials Who Question the 9/11 Commission Report:

• General Wesley Clark, U.S. Army (ret) – Former Commanding General of U.S. European Command, which included all American military activities in the 89 countries and territories of Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Additionally, Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR), which granted him overall command of NATO military forces in Europe 1997 - 2001. Awarded Bronze Star, Silver Star, and Purple Heart for his service in Viet Nam and numerous subsequent medals and citations. Graduated valedictorian of his class at West Point.
• Major General Albert Stubblebine, U.S. Army (ret) – Former Commanding General of U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command, 1981 - 1984. Also commanded the U.S. Army’s Electronic Research and Development Command and the U.S. Army’s Intelligence School and Center. Former head of Imagery Interpretation for Scientific and Technical Intelligence. 32-year Army career. Member, Military Intelligence Hall of Fame.
• Col. Ronald D. Ray, U.S. Marine Corps (ret) – Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense during the Reagan Administration and a highly decorated Vietnam veteran (two Silver Stars, a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart). Appointed by President George H.W. Bush to serve on the American Battle Monuments Commission (1990 - 1994), and on the 1992 Presidential Commission on the Assignment of Women in the Armed Forces. Military Historian and Deputy Director of Field Operations for the U.S. Marine Corps Historical Center, Washington, D.C. 1990 - 1994.
• Col. Robert Bowman, PhD, U.S. Air Force (ret) – Director of Advanced Space Programs Development under Presidents Ford and Carter. U.S. Air Force fighter pilot with over 100 combat missions. (PhD in Aeronautics and Nuclear Engineering, Cal Tech). Former Head of the Department of Aeronautical Engineering and Assistant Dean at the U.S. Air Force Institute of Technology. 22-year Air Force career. Also taught Mathematics and English at the University of Southern California, the University of Maryland, and Phillips University.
• Col. George Nelson, MBA, U.S. Air Force (ret) – Former U.S. Air Force aircraft accident investigator and airplane parts authority. Graduate, U.S. Air Force War College. 34-year Air Force career. Licensed commercial pilot. Licensed airframe and powerplant mechanic.
• Major Jon I. Fox, U.S. Marine Corps – Retired commercial airline pilot, Continental Airlines. Former Marine Corps fighter pilot. 35-year commercial aviation career.
• Capt. Joe H. Ferguson, U.S. Air Force – Retired commercial airline pilot for Frontier Airlines (28 years) and Continental Airlines (14 years). Aircraft flown: Boeing 737, Douglas DC-3, McDonnell Douglas DC-10 and MD80, Convair CV 580. 30,000+ total hours flown and 5,000+ hours as a Flight Engineer. Former U.S. Air Force pilot. Aircraft flown: North American B-25 Mitchell Bomber, Boeing B-29 Superfortress Bomber, Boeing KC-97 Stratotanker, North American T-6 Texan and T-28 Trojan.
• Dennis Spear, U.S. Army (ret) – Commercial pilot. Retired U.S. Army Aviator. 20+ year career. 7,000+ total hours flown in a variety of fixed and rotary wing aircraft; C-23 Sherpa, de Havilland C-7 Caribou, Beechcraft U-21 Ute, Beechcraft U-8 Seminole , North American Rockwell T-39 Sabreliner, Sikorsky EH-60 and UH-60 Black Hawk Helicopter, Bell UH-1 Iroquois "Huey" Helicopter, Bell OH-58 Kiowa Helicopter. Instrument Flight Examiner. Fixed Wing Instructor Pilot. H-60 Maintenance Test Pilot. Operations Officer. Aviation Safety Officer. FAA Commercial Pilot - ASMEL, Rotorcraft Helicopter, Instrument Airplane/Helicopter
• William Reyes – Commercial pilot. Flight instructor. Former U.S. Navy officer. 1,300 hours flight time.
• Col. Ann Wright, U.S. Army (ret) – Retired Army officer and former U.S. Diplomat. Served 13 years on active duty with the U.S. Army and 16 years in the U.S. Army Reserves. She was a member of the International law team in Operation Urgent Fury in Grenada and served in Panama and Somalia. She joined the Foreign Service in 1987 and served as Deputy Chief of Mission of U.S. Embassies in Sierra Leone, Micronesia and Afghanistan. She helped reopen the US Embassy in Kabul in December, 2001. One of three U.S. State Department officials to publicly resign in direct protest of the invasion of Iraq in March, 2003.
• Col. James R. Uhl, MD, MC, U.S. Army (ret) – Retired Army physician. Served in several theaters of operations, from Viet Nam through Iraq. Former Member, Certification in Military Medicine Working Group. 38-year Army career.
• Lt. Col. Shelton F. Lankford, U.S. Marine Corps (ret) – Retired U.S. Marine Corps fighter pilot with over 300 combat missions flown. 20-year Marine Corps career.
• Lt. Col. Karen U. Kwiatkowski, PhD, U.S. Air Force (ret) – Former Political-Military Affairs Officer in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. Also served on the staff of the Director of the National Security Agency. 20-year Air Force career. Member adjunct faculty, Political Science Department, James Madison University. Instructor, University of Maryland University College and American Public University System. Author of African Crisis Response Initiative: Past Present and Future (2000) and Expeditionary Air Operations in Africa: Challenges and Solutions (2001).
• Lt. Col. Guy S. Razer, MS, U.S. Air Force (ret) – Retired U.S. Air Force fighter pilot (F-111, F-15E, F-16, B-1, F-18, Mig-29, and Suu-22). Flew combat missions over Iraq. Former instructor at the USAF Fighter Weapons School and NATO’s Tactical Leadership Program. 20-year Air Force career.
• Lt. Col. Jeff Latas, U.S. Air Force (ret) – Former combat fighter pilot. Aerospace engineer. Currently Captain at a major airline. Combat experience includes Desert Storm and four tours of duty in Northern and Southern Watch. Aircraft flown: McDonnell Douglas F-15E Strike Eagle and General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark fighter/bomber. Former President, U.S. Air Force Accident Investigation Board. Also served as Pentagon Weapons Requirement Officer and as a member of the Pentagon's Quadrennial Defense Review. Awarded Distinguish Flying Cross for Heroism, four Air Medals, four Meritorious Service Medals, and nine Aerial Achievement Medals. 20-year Air Force career.
• Commander Ted Muga, U.S. Navy (ret.) – Retired Naval aviator (Grumman E-1 and E-2). Retired Pan-Am commercial airline pilot (Boeing 707 and 727).
• Capt. Omar Pradhan, U.S. Air Force – Former AWACS command pilot. Former Flight Instructor, U.S. Air Force Academy. Planes flown: Boeing E-3 Sentry AWACS (militarized Boeing 707-320B). 1,900+ hours flight time (350+ hours of combat air time over Afghanistan and Iraq). 9 years of distinguished Air Force service; Voluntarily Separated (Honorably) in July of 2007 to attend Law School.
• Jeff Dahlstrom – Former U.S. Air Force pilot. Aircraft flown: Lockheed C-141 Starlifter, Cessna T-37 Dragonfly "Tweet", Northrup T-38 Talon.
• Fredrick W. Harvey – Pilot. Awarded Silver Star, Bronze Star, and three Purple Hearts for service in Viet Nam.
• Lt. Col. Field McConnell, U.S. Air National Guard (ret) – Retired commercial airline pilot. Graduate U.S. Naval Academy. Retired U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Air National Guard pilot.
• Erin Myers – Former U.S. Army Aviation Mechanic, working on Sikorsky EH-60 and UH-60 Black Hawk Helicopters, Hughes / McDonnell Douglas AH-64 Apache Helicopter, and Bell OH-58 Kiowa Helicopter. FAA licensed airframe and powerplant mechanic. Experimental Aircraft Builder, including: 1990 KitFox, Lanceair, Glassair, variety of Micro and Ultra lights. Private Pilot. Aircraft flown: Cessna, Piper, Champion Citabria, Weaver Aircraft (WACO) biplane, Pitts biplane, Robinson R-22 Helicopter, Bell 206 JetRanger Helicopter. 600 hours flight time.
• Commander Ralph Kolstad, U.S. Navy (ret) – Retired fighter pilot. Former Air Combat Instructor, U.S. Navy Fighter Weapons School (Topgun). 20-year Navy career. Aircraft flown: McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom, Douglas A-4 Skyhawk, and Grumman F-14 Tomcat. Retired commercial airline captain with 27 years experience. Aircraft flown: Boeing 727, 757 and 767, McDonnell Douglas MD-80, and Fokker F-100. 23,000+ total hours flown.
• Max J. Mizejewski – Retired US Army helicopter pilot. Viet Nam combat veteran.
• Alfons Olszewski – Former U.S. Army Aircraft Maintenance Crew Chief qualified on Bell AH-1 Cobra and UH-1 Iroquois "Huey" Helicopters, and Hughes OH-6A Cayuse (LOCH) Helicopter. Vietnam Veteran. Co-founder, Veterans For Truth.
• Col. Michael Harley, U.S. Air Force (ret) – Retired Chief of Standardization of a Strategic Air Command Wing equipped with Boeing B-52 bombers, Boeing RC-135 reconnaissance aircraft and Boeing KC-135 Stratotankers. Command pilot and U.S. Air Force accident investigator. 6,000+ total hours flown. Aircraft flown: Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bomber, Lockheed C130A, B, E,& prototype H Hercules, K-135 Stratotanker, DeHavilland U6 Beaver, Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star, Cessna T-37 Dragonfly "Tweet", Northrup T-38 Talon, North American T-39 Sabreliner, Bell UH-1 Iroquois "Huey" Helicopter. 26 years commissioned officer and 34 total years of U.S. Air Force service. Former Instructor, Accident Investigation, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Management analyst and IG. Simulator instructor. Instructor Pilot and Standardization Evaluation Pilot. Civilian aircraft flown: Cessna 177, Beechcraft Twin Bonanza, Piper Cherokee-6. Newspaper columnist and freelance writer.
• Joel M. Skousen – Former U.S. Marine Corps fighter pilot. Commercial pilot. Aircraft flown: McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom, Douglas A-4 Skyhawk, Grumman F-9 Cougar, North American T-2C Buckeye, various civilian planes. Member, Experimental Aircraft Association. Member, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. Former Chairman of the Conservative National Committee in Washington DC and Executive Editor of Conservative Digest. Author of Essential Principles for the Conservation of Liberty (1984), The Secure Home--Architectural Design, Construction and Remodeling of Self-Sufficient Residences and Retreats (1982, 1999), How to Implement a High Security Shelter in the Home (1996), Strategic Relocation--North American Guide to Safe Places (1998), Foundations of the Ideal State (2007).
• Major Douglas Rokke, PhD, U.S. Army (ret) – Former Director U.S. Army Depleted Uranium Project. 30-year Army career.
• Capt. Russ Wittenberg, U.S. Air Force – Former U.S. Air Force fighter pilot with over 100 combat missions. Retired commercial pilot. Flew for Pan Am and United Airlines for 35 years. Aircraft flown: Boeing 707, 720, 727, 737, 747, 757, 767, and 777. 30,000+ total hours flown. Had previously flown the actual two United Airlines aircraft that were hijacked on 9/11 (Flight 93, which impacted in Pennsylvania, and Flight 175, the second plane to hit the WTC).
• Capt. Daniel Davis, U.S. Army – Former U.S. Army Air Defense Officer and NORAD Tac Director. Decorated with the Bronze Star and the Soldiers Medal for bravery under fire and the Purple Heart for injuries sustained in Viet Nam. Also served in the Army Air Defense Command as Nike Missile Battery Control Officer for the Chicago-Milwaukee Defense Area. Founder and former CEO of Turbine Technology Services Corp., a turbine (jet engine) services and maintenance company (15 years). Former Senior Manager at General Electric Turbine (jet) Engine Division (15 years). Private pilot.
• Barbara Honegger, MS – Senior Military Affairs Journalist at the Naval Postgraduate School, the Department of Defense's advanced science, technology and national security affairs university (1995 - present). Graduate of the Naval War College master's program in National Security Decision Making (2001). Former White House Policy Analyst and Special Assistant to the Assistant to President Ronald Reagan (1981 - 1983). Former Director of the Attorney General's Anti-Discrimination Law Review, U.S. Department of Justice (1982 - 1983). Author of the pioneering Irangate expose October Surprise (1989). Author of the chapter "The Pentagon Attack Papers" included in The Terror Conspiracy: Deception, 9/11 and the Loss of Liberty by Jim Marrs (2006).
• Lt. Col. Stephen L. Butler, EdD, U.S. Air Force (ret) – Former Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at the Defense Language Institute. Served as a B-52 Radar Navigator in the Gulf War. 24-year Air Force career.
• Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer, U.S. Army Reserved – Commander of Special Troops Battalion, 9th Theater Support Command. Former Chief of the Army’s Controlled HUMINT (Human Intelligence) Program, overseeing Army Intelligence and Security Command’s global controlled HUMINT efforts. A former member of the Able Danger data mining program that targeted Al Qaeda’s global structure. Awarded the Bronze Star for bravery. Fellow, Center for Advanced Defense Studies. 23-year military intelligence career.
• Capt. Scott J. Phillpott, U.S. Navy – Commanding Officer of the guided-missile cruiser USS Leyte Gulf. Former head of the Able Danger data mining program that targeted Al Qaeda’s global structure. Former commanding officer of the frigate USS Estocin. Former Commanding Officer of the coastal patrol ship USS Typhoon. U.S. Naval Academy graduate. Awards include the Legion of Merit, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, three Meritorious Service Medals, the Joint Service Commendation Medal, two Navy Commendation Medals, and the Navy Achievement Medal. 23 years of Navy service.
• Major Erik Kleinsmith, U.S. Army – Former Chief of Intelligence, Land Information Warfare Activity (LIWA). Awarded Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, and the National Defense Service Medal. 14-year Army career. Currently Project Manager for Intelligence Analytical Training, Lockheed Martin Company.
• James D. Smith – Former Able Danger Program Manager for Orion Scientific Systems, a Department of Defense contractor. Previously at Orion, managed and performed criminal intelligence support activities within the Gulf States Initiative (GSI) Program – a joint federal (U.S. Army and National Guard) and multi-state project (Alabama, Louisiana, Georgia and Mississippi).
• Col. David Hunt, MA, U.S. Army (ret) – Expert in Special Operations, Counter Terrorism and Intelligence Operations. Most recently, served as Tactical Advisor in Bosnia where he facilitated all national intelligence matters for the Commander in Chief. Coordinated a $350,000,000 national security program for the National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency in 1997. 29-year Army career. Currently author and media commentator on terrorism and military operations. Author of On the Hunt: How to Wake Up Washington and Win the War on Terror (2007), They Just Don't Get It: How Washington Is Still Compromising Your Safety--and What You Can Do About It (2006).
• Major John M. Newman, PhD, U.S. Army (ret) – Former Executive Assistant to the Director of the National Security Agency. Former military attaché in China. 21-year career in U.S. Army Intelligence. Currently, professor of history and international relations at the University of Maryland.
• Major Scott Ritter, U.W. Marine Corps –. Former Marine Corps Intelligence Officer and Chief Weapons Inspector for the United Nations Special Commission in Iraq 1991 - 1998.
• Capt. Gregory M. Zeigler, PhD, U.S. Army – Former U.S. Army Intelligence Officer
• Capt. Eric H. May, U.S. Army (ret) – Former U.S. Army Intelligence Officer. Former inspector and interpreter for the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty team.
• Wayne Madsen – Former U.S. Navy Intelligence Officer, specialist in electronic surveillance and security. Formerly assigned to the National Security Agency and the State Department. Currently, investigative journalist, nationally distributed columnist, and author. Senior Fellow, Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), a non-partisan privacy public advocacy group in Washington, DC. Frequent media commentator on terrorism and security matters. Author of Genocide and Covert Operations in Africa 1993-1999 (1999), co-author of America's Nightmare: The Presidency of George Bush II (2006), Jaded Tasks: Big Oil, Black Ops & Brass Plates (2006), The Handbook of Personal Data Protection (1992).
• David L. Griscom, PhD – Research physicist, retired in 2001 from Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) in Washington, DC, after 33 years service. Fellow of the American Physical Society. Fulbright-García Robles Fellow at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México in Mexico City (1997). Visiting professorships of research at the Universities of Paris and Saint-Etienne, France, and Tokyo Institute of Technology (2000 - 2003). Adjunct Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Arizona (2004 - 2005). Winner of the 1993 N.F. Mott Award sponsored by the Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, the 1995 Otto Schott Award offered by the Carl-Zeiss-Stiftung (Germany), a 1996 Outstanding Graduate School Alumnus Award at Brown University, and the 1997 Sigma Xi Pure Science Award at NRL. Principal author of 109 of his 185 published works, a body of work which is highly cited by his peers. Officially credited with largest number of papers (5) by any author on list of 100 most cited articles authored at NRL between 1973 and 1988.
• Lon J. Waters, PhD Mathematics – Former staff member of the Maui High Performance Computing Center, a U.S. Department of Defense funded high performance computing and research facility. Former staff member of Sandia National Laboratories, a major research facility of the National Nuclear Security Administration, U.S. Department of Energy. Member Advisory Editorial Board, Journal of 9/11 Studies.
• Dwain Deets, MS Physics, MS Eng – Former Director, Aerospace Projects, NASA Dryden Flight Research Center. Before this appointment, he served as Director, Research Engineering Division at Dryden. Recipient of the NASA Exceptional Service Award and the Presidential Meritorious Rank Award in the Senior Executive Service (1988). Selected presenter of the Wright Brothers Lectureship in Aeronautics, a distinguished speaking engagement sponsored by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) (1986). Included in "Who's Who in Science and Engineering" 1993 - 2000. Former Chairman of the Aerospace Control and Guidance Systems Committee of the Society of Automotive Engineers. Former Member, AIAA Committee on Society and Aerospace Technology. 37 year NASA career.
• Ray McGovern – Former Chairman, National Intelligence Estimates, CIA, responsible for preparing the President’ Daily Brief (PDB) for Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush. 27-year CIA veteran. Former U.S. Army Intelligence Officer.
• William Christison – Former National Intelligence Officer and Director of the CIA's Office of Regional and Political Analysis. 29-year CIA veteran.
• Robert David Steele – U.S. Marine Corps infantry and intelligence officer for twenty years. Second-ranking civilian (GS-14) in U.S. Marine Corps Intelligence from 1988 - 1992 and a member of the Adjunct Faculty of Marine Corps University. Also former clandestine services case officer with the CIA. 25-year U.S. military and intelligence career. Currently Founder and CEO of OSS.net and a proponent of Open Source Intelligence.
• Melvin A. Goodman, PhD – Former Division Chief and Senior Analyst at the Office of Soviet Affairs, CIA,1966 - 1990. Senior Analyst at the Bureau of Intelligence and Research, State Department, 1974 - 1976. Professor of International Security at the National War College 1986 - 2004. Currently Senior Fellow at the Center for International Policy and Adjunct Professor of Government at Johns Hopkins University. Author and co-author of several books on international relations, including: Wars of Eduard Shevardnadze, Gorbachev's Retreat: The Third World, and Bush League Diplomacy: How the Neoconservatives Are Putting the World at Risk.
• Robert Baer – Former CIA Case Officer, Specialist in the Middle East, Directorate of Operations. Awarded Career Intelligence Medal. 21-year CIA veteran. Best-selling author, screenwriter, and actor. Academy Award-winning Syriana was based on Baer's memoir See No Evil. Writer and on-camera presenter for Emmy Award-nominated documentary Cult of the Suicide Bomber. Author of two nonfiction books about CIA operations, See No Evil (2002) and Sleeping with the Devil (2004) and the novel Blow the House Down (2007).
• Michael Levine – Former Senior DEA investigator. 25-year DEA career. Former DEA Country Attaché, Argentina and Uruguay (1979 - 1982). Former DEA Special Operations Officer, worldwide. Awards include the Octavio Gonzalez Award, given by the International Narcotic Enforcement Officer's Association for the undercover penetration of Roberto Suarez, Bolivian cocaine cartel; at that time, the biggest case in drug war history. Over twenty other awards from the US Justice and Treasury Departments and from foreign police agencies. Author of several nonfiction books on DEA investigations, including Deep Cover and Big White Lie. Radio show host and frequent media commentator on intelligence and covert operations.
• Coleen Rowley – Former Special Agent and Minneapolis Division Counsel, FBI. 24-year FBI career. Agent Rowley was selected one of Time Magazine's three 2002 Persons of the Year for revealing FBI headquarters' efforts to "throw up roadblocks and undermine" FBI field investigations of Al Qaeda operatives in the four weeks prior to 9/11.
• Robert G. Wright, Jr. – Special Agent, International Terrorism Unit, FBI. The only FBI agent to seize terrorist funds (over $1.4 million) from U.S.-based Middle Eastern terrorists using federal civil forfeiture statutes, prior to 9/11. 17-year FBI veteran.
• Sibel Edmonds – Witness before the 9/11 Commission. Former Language Translation Specialist, performing translations for counterterrorism and counterintelligence operations, FBI.
• Bogdan Dzakovic – Witness before the 9/11 Commission. 14-year Counter-terrorism expert in the Security Division of the Federal Aviation Administration. Team Leader of the FAA's Red (Terrorism) Team, which conducted undercover tests on airport security through simulated terrorist attacks. Former Team Leader in the Federal Air Marshal program. Former Coast Guard officer.
• Steve Elson – Former Special Agent with the U.S. Navy, DEA and FAA. Specialist in Counterterrorism, Intelligence, and Security. Twenty-two years military experience, primarily in Naval Special Warfare and nine years Federal service with the FAA and DEA. Retired Navy SEAL.
• William G. Weaver, JD, PhD – Former U.S. Army Signals Intelligence officer. Currently Director of Academic Programs, Institute for Policy and Economic Development, University of Texas, El Paso, specializing in executive branch secrecy policy, governmental abuse, and law and bureaucracy. Author, co-author, and editor of several books on law and political theory, including: Presidential Secrecy and the Law (2007), New Perspectives on American Law: An Introduction to Private Law in Politics and Society (1997), Political Science and Feminism: Integration or Transformation? (1997), Pragmatism in Law and Society (1991).
• Sgt. Chadwick Brooks – U.S. Pentagon Police Department (Pentagon Force Protection Agency) officers, who were on duty at or near the CITGO gas station on 9/11 and eyewitnesses to the approach of Flight 77 and its alleged impact at the Pentagon.
• Sgt. William Lagasse – U.S. Pentagon Police Department (Pentagon Force Protection Agency) officers, who were on duty at or near the CITGO gas station on 9/11 and eyewitnesses to the approach of Flight 77 and its alleged impact at the Pentagon.
• Edward J. Costello, Jr. – Former Special Agent, Counterterrorism, FBI. Former Judge pro tem., Los Angeles, CAA.
• John M. Cole – Former Intelligence Operations Specialist, in the FBI’s Counterintelligence Division. In charge of FBI’s foreign intelligence investigations covering India, Pakistan and Afghanistan.18-year FBI career.
• Mark Conrad, JD – Retired Agent in Charge, Internal Affairs, U.S. Customs, responsible for the internal integrity and security for areas encompassing nine states and two foreign locations. Former Federal Sky Marshall. 27-year U.S. Customs career. Currently Associate General Counsel, National Association of Federal Agents. Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at Troy University.
• Rosemary N. Dew – Former Supervisory Special Agent, Counterterrorism and Counterintelligence, FBI. Former member of The President's National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC) and the Electronic Commerce/Cyber Crime Working Group. 13-year FBI career.
• David Forbes – Former head of Thames Valley Police Fraud Squad, trained at New Scotland Yard. Over 30 years experience in law enforcement, commercial and industrial security-related risk management, and service sector business management. Currently Aviation, Logistics and Govt. Security Analyst, BoydForbes, Inc.
• Mark Graf – Former Security Supervisor, Planner, and Derivative Classifier, Department of Energy. Former Chairman of the Rocky Flats (DOE) Physical Security Systems Working Group from 1990 through 1995.
• Gilbert M. Graham – Retired Special Agent, Counterintelligence, FBI. 24-year FBI career.
• Diane Kleiman – Former Special Agent, US Customs.
• Lynne A. Larkin – Former CIA Operations Officer. Served in several CIA foreign stations and in the CIA's counter-intelligence center helping chair a multi-agency task force and seminars on coordinating intelligence among intelligence and crime prevention agencies.
• David MacMichael, PhD – Former Senior Estimates Officer with special responsibility for Western Hemisphere Affairs at the CIA's National Intelligence Council. Former Captain, U.S. Marine Corps.
• Theodore J. Pahle – Former Senior Intelligence Officer with the Defense Intelligence Agency. His 37-year intelligence career was exclusively as a HUMINT (Human Intelligence) operations officer with DIA, Office of Naval Intelligence and U.S. Army Intelligence. He is a Middle East and Latin American operations specialist. Today, he continues to support the HUMINT effort as a contract instructor.
• Behrooz Sarshar – Retired Language Translation Specialist, performing Farsi translations for counterterrorism and counterintelligence operations dealing with Iran and Afghanistan, FBI.
• Brian F. Sullivan – Retired Special Agent and Risk Management Specialist, FAA. Retired Lieutenant Colonel, Military Police.
• Commander Larry J. Tortorich, U.S. Navy (ret) – Former Deputy Program Manager for Logistics – Tomahawk Cruise Missiles. 24-year Navy career in the fields of aviation and counterterrorism. Two years as a federal employee with DHS/TSA in the fields of security and counterterrorism.
• Jane A. Turner – Retired Special Agent, FBI. 24-year FBI career.
• John B. Vincent – Retired Special Agent, Counterterrorism, FBI. 27-year FBI career.
• Fred Whitehurst, JD, PhD – Retired Supervisory Special Agent / Laboratory Forensic Examiner, FBI. Former U.S. Army Intelligence Officer.
• Matthew J. Zipoli – Special Response Team (SRT) Officer, DOE. Vice President, Security Police Officer's Association, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
• Senator Max Cleland – Former member of the 9/11 Commission, resigned in December 2003. Currently serves on the board of directors of the Export-Import Bank of the United States. U.S. Senator from Georgia 1997 - 2002. Secretary of State of Georgia 1982 - 1996. Administrator of the U.S. Veterans Administration 1977 - 1981. Former Captain, U.S. Army. Awarded Silver Star and Bronze Star for bravery in Viet Nam. Triple amputee from war injuries.
• Senator Mike Gravel – Former U.S. Senator from Alaska 1969 - 1980. Currently, candidate for the Democratic nomination for the 2008 Presidential election. Most well known for entering over 4,000 page of the the Pentagon Papers into the U.S. Senate record, thus making public the secret official study that revealed the lies and manipulations of successive U.S. administrations that misled the country into the Vietnam War. (See also Daniel Ellsberg.) Also known for his successful one-man filibuster for five months in 1971 that forced the Nixon administration to cut a deal, effectively ending the draft (military conscription) in the United States. Former Member, Alaska House of Representatives 1962-1966, elected Speaker in 1965. Former Counter-Intelligence officer, U.S. Army. Founder, The Democracy Foundation. Author of Citizen Power: A People's Platform (1972), Pentagon Papers, In Four Volumes: The Defense Department History of United States Decisionmaking on Vietnam (1971), Jobs and More Jobs (1968). Contributing author to The Case for a Nuclear Moratorium (1974).
• Senator Bob Graham – Former U.S. Senator from Florida 1987 - 2004. Former Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee. Co-Chairman of the Joint House-Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (JICI) that investigated the events of 9/11. Former Governor of Florida 1979 - 1986
• Senator Mark Dayton – Former U.S. Senator from Minnesota 2001 - 2006. Member, Senate Committee on Armed Services and Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Services.
• Gov. Jesse Ventura – 38th Governor of Minnesota 1999 - 2003. Member, U.S. Navy Underwater Demolition Team 12 (precursor to SEAL) 1969 - 1975. U.S. Navy Reserves, SEAL Team 1. Former professional wrestler and actor. The Running Man (1987), Predator (1987). Author or co-author of I Ain't Got Time to Bleed: Reworking the Body Politic from the Bottom up (2000), Quotations of Chairman Jesse (2000), Do I Stand Alone?: Going to the Mat Against Political Pawns and Media Jackals (2001), Jesse Ventura Tells It Like It Is: America's Most Outspoken Governor Speaks Out About Government (2002), The New Prohibition: Voices of Dissent Challenge the Drug War (2004).
• Congressman Ron Paul, MD – 9-term Congressman from Texas, 1979 - 1985, 1997 - present. Currently, candidate for the Republican nomination for the 2008 Presidential election. Member of the House Financial Services Committee, the International Relations committee, and the Joint Economic Committee. On the Financial Services Committee, he serves as the Vice Chairman of the Oversight and Investigations subcommittee. 1988 Libertarian Party candidate for President. Physician. Former Flight Surgeon, U.S. Air Force.
• Congressman Dennis Kucinich – 6-term Congressman from Ohio. Former mayor of Cleveland. Currently, candidate for the Democratic nomination for the 2008 Presidential election. Chairman of the Domestic Policy Subcommittee of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Member, Committee on Education and Labor. 2003 recipient of the Gandhi Peace Award.
• Congressman Curt Weldon – Former 10-term Congressman from Pennsylvania 1987 - 2006. Former Vice Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee. Former Vice Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee.
• Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney – Former 6-term Congresswoman from Georgia 1993 - 2002, 2005 - 2006. Member of the House Armed Services Committee and Member of the International Relations Committee. Georgia state legislator 1988 - 1992.
• Rep. Dan Hamburg, MA – Former Congressman from California, 1993 - 1995. Author, Headwaters Forest Act. Green Party candidate for Governor of California 1998. Currently Executive Director, Voice of the Environment.
• Norm Mineta – U.S. Secretary of Transportation 2001 - 2006. U.S. Secretary of Commerce 2000 - 2001. Senior Vice President, Lockheed Martin 1995 - 2000. Former 12-term Congressman from California 1971 - 1995. Currently, Vice Chairman of the Board, Hill & Knowlton.
• Louis Freeh – Director of the FBI, 1993 - 2001. Former U.S. District Court Judge for the Southern District of New York, appointed by President George H.W. Bush. Former Deputy United States Attorney in New York. Former FBI agent. Former officer in the United States Army JAG Corps Reserve.
• Edward Peck – Deputy Director of the White House Task Force on Terrorism under President Ronald Reagan. Former Deputy Coordinator, Covert Intelligence Programs at the State Department. U.S. Ambassador and Chief of Mission to Iraq (1977 - 1980). 32-year veteran of the Foreign Service.
• Morton Goulder – Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Warning under Presidents Nixon, Ford, and Carter (1973 - 1977). Served as Lt. Commander in the U.S. Navy. Founder of Sanders Associates.
• Marcus Raskin, JD – Former member of the special staff of the National Security Council in President Kennedy’s Administration. Senior Fellow and Professor of Policy Studies, George Washington University. Co-founder and Senior Fellow of the Institute for Policy Studies. Advisor to the Episcopal Urban Bishops. Former member of the Presidential Commission on Education and advisor to the Bureau of the Budget and the Office of Science and Technology in the Executive Office of the President. Author, co-author and editor of more than 20 books on national security and domestic affairs, including The Four Freedoms under Siege: The Clear and Present Danger from Our National Security State (2006), In Democracy's Shadow: The Secret World of National Security (2005), Liberalism (2003), Visions and Revisions: Reflections on Culture and Democracy at the End of the Century (1998), Abolishing the War System (1992), The Common Good: Its Politics, Policies, and Philosophy (1986), The Politics of National Security (1979).
• Joseph C. Wilson IV – Retired diplomat of the U.S. Foreign Service, specializing in Africa. Rose to the position of Special Assistant to President Bill Clinton and Senior Director for African Affairs, National Security Council. Former Political Adviser to Commander in Chief, U.S. Armed Forces, Europe. Former U.S. Ambassador to Gabon and São Tomé and Príncipe. Acting ambassador to Baghdad when Iraq invaded Kuwait in 1990. 22-year Foreign Service career 1976 - 1998. In February 2002, he investigated reports of Iraq’s attempt to buy uranium from Niger for the George W. Bush administration. Husband of Valerie Plame, a covert CIA operative, specializing in weapons of mass destruction, whose identity was revealed to reporters by members of the Bush administration. In October 2003, Wilson received the Ron Ridenhour Prize for Truth-Telling from the Fertel Foundation and the Nation Institute.
• Morgan Reynolds, PhD – Chief Economist, U.S. Department of Labor under George W. Bush 2001 - 2002. Former Director of the Criminal Justice Center at the National Center for Policy Analysis. Professor Emeritus, Economics, Texas A&M University. Contributing author to 9/11 and American Empire (Vol I) – Intellectuals Speak Out (2006).
• Paul Craig Roberts, PhD – Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury under Ronald Reagan, "Father of Reaganomics", Former Associate Editor of the Wall Street Journal. Currently Chairman of the Institute for Political Economy and Research Fellow at the Independent Institute. Former William E. Simon chair in political economy, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University. Former Senior Research Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University. Author or co-author of several books on economics and politics, including; The Supply-Side Revolution (1985), Alienation and the Soviet Economy: The Collapse of the Socialist Era (1990), The Soviet Union After Perestroika (1991), The Capitalist Revolution in Latin America (2003).
• Catherine Austin Fitts – Assistant Secretary of Housing under George H.W. Bush. Former Managing Director and Member of the Board of Wall Street investment bank, Dillon, Read & Co
• William Bergman, MA, MBA – Former Economist and Senior Analyst, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago 1990 - 2004. In 2003 - 2004, he was assigned to investigate terrorism-related money laundering.
• Enver Masud – Former Chief, Strategic and Emergency Planning Branch, U.S. Department of Energy. Engineering management consultant. Expert in electrical power grid management. Consulted for World Bank, EBRD, and USAID in Albania, Czech Republic, Egypt, Ghana, Indonesia, Latvia, Norway,Pakistan, Russia, Tanzania. Former Director, Office of Engineering, Washington, D.C. Public Service Commission. Served on the System Planning Subcommittee, the International Practices Subcommittee, and the Long Range Planning Task Force of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers ( IEEE). Author of more than 120 technical and non-technical articles and reports. Founder and CEO of The Wisdom Fund, and recipient of the 2002 Gold Award from the Human Rights Foundation for his book The War on Islam. He is also a contributing author of Islam: Opposing Viewpoints, and 9/11 and American Empire: Christians, Jews, and Muslims Speak Out.
• Joel Hirschhorn, MS - Senior Staff Member, Congressional Office of Technology Assessment 1978 - 1990. Testified more than 50 times before Congress on technology, science, and environmental issues. Former Director of Environment, Energy and Natural Resources, National Governors Association. Dr. Hirschhorn has been a consultant to industrial and chemical companies, DOE laboratories, state governments, and public interest organizations. Professor of Metallurgical Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Madison 1965 - 1978. Co-founder of Friends of the Article V Convention at www.foavc.org. Member, Board of Directors, National Foundation for Environmental Education. Member, Board of Directors, Sustainability Now! Author of more than 150 papers, articles, guest editorials, and book chapters on environmental science and technology. Author of Delusional Democracy: Fixing the Republic Without Overthrowing the Government (2007), Sprawl Kills (2005), New Community Design to the Rescue (2001), Growing pains: Quality of Life in the New Economy (2000), Prosperity without Pollution (1991), Materials Science (1975), Introduction to Powder Metallurgy (1969).
• Mary Schiavo, JD – Former Inspector General, U.S. Department of Transportation 1990 - 1996. Former Professor of Aviation, Dept. of Aerospace Engineering and Aviation and Professor of Public Policy, Ohio State University. 1997 inductee into the Smithsonian Institution Aviation Laurel Hall of Fame. Currently, an attorney with Motley Rice LLC. Served as an on-air aviation consultant for NBC and ABC News and frequently appears on Fox, CNN, CBS and the BBC. Private pilot. Author of Flying Blind, Flying Safe (1998).
• J. Terrence Brunner – Former prosecutor in the Organized Crime and Racketeering Section of the U.S. Justice Department and a key member of Attorney General Bobby Kennedy’s anti-corruption task force. Former assistant U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois. Former Executive Director of the Better Government Association 1971 - 2000. Currently Director, Aviation Integrity Project.
• John Loftus – Former Federal Prosecutor, Office of Special Investigations, U.S. Department of Justice under Presidents Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan. Former U.S. Army Intelligence officer. Currently author and frequent media commentator on terrorism and intelligence services.
• George Kenney – Former career Foreign Service Officer, serving as Yugoslav desk officer at the State Department headquarters in Washington, DC. Resigned his commission in 1991 over US policy towards the Yugoslav conflict. Then served as consultant in residence at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Currently consultant and commentator on foreign affairs and current events.
• Fred Burks – Former State Department Interpreter for Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton, Vice Presidents Dick Cheney and Al Gore, Secretaries of State Colin Powell and Madeleine Albright. 18-year State Department career.
• J. Michael Springman – Former career Foreign Service Officer with the State Department and the International Foreign Trade Administration of the Commerce Department. Former Consular Officer in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, where he supervised the issuance of visas. 20-year Federal Government career.
• Michael Mennard, PhD – Retired career Foreign Service Officer, U.S. State Department. Served as Regional Public Affairs Officer in India. Contributing author to The Suppressed Serbian Voice and the Free Press in America (1994)
• Daniel Ellsberg, PhD – Former Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of Defense. Former State Department envoy to Viet Nam. While working for the government, Ellsberg attained the ultimate civil service grade of GS-18, equivalent to a Major General. Former U.S. Marine Corps officer. Former military analyst for the Rand Corporation. Most well known for leaking the Pentagon Papers to the New York Times in 1971.
• Robin Hordon – Former FAA Air Traffic Controller at the Boston Air Route Traffic Control Center, located in Nashua, NH, 1970 - 1981. Former Certified Commercial Pilot. Former Certified Flight Instructor and Certified Ground Instructor. After leaving the FAA, he had a 12-year career in the field of comedy ending up as artistic coordinator for "Catch A Rising Star" in Harvard Square in Cambridge, MA.
• Philip J. Berg, Esq. – Former Deputy Attorney General, State of Pennsylvania.
• Paul Hellyer – Former Minister of National Defense of Canada. Former Deputy Prime Minister. Former Member of House of Commons.
• Stephen Beckow – Retired Member of the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada. Former Historian at the National Museum of Man (now known as the Canadian Museum of Civilization)
• Peter Dale Scott, PhD – Former Canadian diplomat who served at the United Nations and the Canadian Embassy in Warsaw, Poland. Professor Emeritus of English at the University of California, Berkeley. He is author of Drugs, Oil and War (2003), and seven other books including Deep Politics and the Death of JFK (1993, 1996) and The Iran-Contra Connection (in collaboration, 1987). Co-editor of 9/11 and American Empire (Vol I) – Intellectuals Speak Out (2006). His writings deal among other matters with U.S. covert operations and their impact on democracy at home and abroad.
• Michael Meacher – Former Under Secretary for Industry, Under Secretary for Health and Social Security, Minister for the Environment, and Member of the House of Commons (UK).
• Tony Benn – Former Member of British Parliament 1942 - 2001. Longest serving MP in the history of the Labour party. Former Minister of Technology. Former Secretary of State for Industry. Former Secretary of State for Energy. Former Postmaster General.
• Andreas von Buelow, PhD – Former State Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Defense of West Germany. Former Minister of Research and Technology. Member of Bundestag (Parliament) 1969 - 1994.
• Horst Ehmke, PhD – Former Minister of Justice (West Germany). Former Minister for Research and Technology. Cabinet Member under Chancellors Kurt Kiesinger and Willy Brandt 1966 - 1974. Professor of Law, University of Freiburg
• Ernst Welteke – Former President of Deutsche Bundesbank (German Federal Bank) 1999 - 2004. German politician and political economist. Member of the Hessian State Parliament, 1974 – 1995
• Francesco Cossiga – Former President of Italy (1985 - 1992) and Former Prime Minister
• General Leonid Ivashov – Former Chief of Staff of the Russian armed forces on 9/11/2001, and Department Chief for General affairs in the Soviet Union's Ministry of Defense.
• Gen. Hosni Mubarak – President of Egypt, 1981 - present. Former Vice President, 1975 - 1981. Former Commander of the Egyptian Air Force and Deputy Minister of War.
• Mohamed Hassanein Heikal – Former Foreign Minister of Egypt
• General Pervez Musharraf – President of Pakistan and Chief of Staff of the Pakistan Army. Assumed power on October 12, 1999 after a coup d'état and assumed the title of President on June 20, 2001.
• General Mirza Aslam Beg – Former Chief of Staff of the Pakistani Army.
• Giulietto Chiesa – Member of European Parliament, 2004 - present (Italy). Vice Chairman, Committee on International Trade. Member of Committee on Security and Defense. Journalist 1980 - 2004.
• Paul Lannoye – Member of European Parliament, 1989 - 2004 (Belgium). Former Vice Chairman, Committee on Energy, Research and Technology. Former Vice Chairman, Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection
• Christine Boutin – Minister of Housing and Urban Affairs, France (appointed on 5/18/07). Founder and leader of the French political party, Forum des républicains sociaux (Forum of Social Republicans, FRS). Presidential candidate in 2002. Former Deputy of the French National Assembly (equivalent to a U.S. Congressperson).
• Col. Pierre-Henri Bunel, French Army (ret) – Army intelligence and artillery officer. Graduate of École Militaire of St. Cyr. Expert in the effects of artillery weapons and explosives. Served in the Gulf War as battlefield damage assessment officer and aide-de-camp to French General Michel Roquejoffre. Bunel was one of four French officers decorated by General Norman Schwarzkopf for service in the Gulf War. Also Served in French and NATO operations in Somalia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Yugoslavia. 24-year army career.
• Berit Ås – Former Member of Parliament, Norway. Professor Emerita and Former President of the Feminist University, Norway. Former Professor of Social Psychology, University of Oslo 1968 - 1994. Visiting Professor: University of Missouri, Mount Saint Vincent University (Canada), and University of Uppsala (Sweden). Former President of the International Federation of University Women in Norway. Noted feminist.
• Heikki Kurttila, D.Sc. (Tech.) (Doctor of Technology) – Safety Engineer and Accident Analyst, National Safety Technology Authority (TUKES), Finland. Specialist in the investigation of pressure vessel explosion accidents and the impacts of the shock waves caused by them.

Commercial Pilots:

• Rob Balsamo – Commercial airline pilot. Co-founder, Pilots for 9/11 Truth. 4,000+ total hours flown.
• Glen Stanish – Commercial airline pilot for American Airlines, ATA, TWA, and Continental. 15,000+ total hours flown. Aircraft flown: Boeing 737, McDonnell Douglas MD-80. Co-founder, Pilots for 9/11 Truth.
• Capt. Steve Nieman – Commercial airline pilot with Horizon Air. 30-years of experience.
• John Lear – Retired commercial airline pilot with over 19,000+ total hours flown in over 100 different types of planes for 10 different airlines in 60 different countries around the world. Flew for over 40 years. Holds every certificate ever offered by the FAA and has 23 different FAA type ratings. Held 17 world records including speed around the world in a Lear Jet Model 24, set in 1966. He was presented with the PATCO award for outstanding airmanship in 1968, and the Symons Wave memorial. Flight experience includes Boeing 707 and 727, McDonnell Douglas DC-8, Lockheed L-1011 and many others. Son of Bill Lear, founder of Lear Jet Corp.
• Ralph W. Omholt – Commercial airline pilot. Aircraft flown: Boeing 727, 737, 747, 757, 767, and McDonnell Douglas DC-10.
• Peter Rapp – Owner of service company carrying out business flights in Europe (PA-46 Turbo Malibu JetProp and Beechcraft Kingair 90). Private pilot IR (Austria). 950 hours flight time. Aircraft flown: Piper Turbo Arrow, PA-32T Saratoga, Cessna 172 and 182T-Garmin 1000.
• Jared Eastley – Business Charter and Air Ambulance Pilot. Aircraft flown: Fairchild Metroliner (Aerospace Metro). 5,000+ total hours flown.
• Jim Mustanich – Retired commercial airline pilot for United Air Lines, American International Airlines, Air Pacific Airlines, West Air Airlines. 20,000+ total hours flown. Aircraft flown: Boeing 727 and 737, McDonnell Douglas DC-9 and MD-80. Typed in Cesna 500 Citation, de Havilland Canada DHC-7, Embraer EMB 110 Bandeirante, British Aerospace BA-3100 Jetstream, Cessna Citations. Factory demo pilot for Cessna Citations.
• Christina Merrick – Commercial airline pilot for Eastern Airlines and ValuJet. 12,000+ total hours flown. Aircraft flown: Boeing 727, McDonnell Douglas DC-9, North American SNJ-5 Texan (T-6) and Navion, and Bellanca Viking. Advanced flight instructor. Consultant for AOPA Legal Attorneys. Fellow Pilot and Friend of Captain Candi Chamberlain Kubeck ValuJet flight 592, brought down in the Everglades May 1996.
• Capt. Paul A. Trood – Commercial airline pilot, Qantas Airways. Aircraft flown: Boeing 737-800/400. 18,000+ total hours flown.
• John Panarelli – Commercial airline pilot for Eastern Metro, Braniff, Ryan International, Emery Worldwide, Polar Air Cargo. ATP. Aircraft flown: Boeing 737 and 747, McDonnell Douglas DC-8 and DC-10, and Lockheed L-300 Starlifter (C-141 A/B). 11,000+ total hours flown. Former U.S. Air Force instructor pilot for Lockheed C-141 A/B. Friend and fellow aviator of John Ogonowski, who was Captain of American Flight 11.
• Mathias Frey – Commercial pilot (Switzerland). Aircraft flown: Cessna 340 and 402. CPL/IR, ATPL “frozen” 500 hours flight time. 5,000+ hours on ASTRAS, INTRAS and TOSIM, ATC Simulation. Assistant JAR OPS Transition Air Engiadina. Project Manager Air Alps Aviation.
• Jeff Beck – Commercial pilot.
• Timothy Young – Commercial pilot, aircraft owner and aviation business operator for 27 years. Licensed airframe and powerplant mechanic. 10,000+ total hours flown.
• Didier "Jay" Weenen – Retired Belgian Air Force pilot. Aircraft flown: General Dynamics / Lockheed Martin F-16A Fighting Falcon, Dassault-Breguet-Dornier Alpha Jet fighter/bomber, Lockheed C-130H Hercules, Cessna C-172 Skyhawk, Cessna C-182 Skylane, SIAI-Marchetti SF-260M, Potez Fouga CM-170 Magister, Learjet L45 Bombardier, various gliders.
• G.W. (Jerry) Longspaugh, MS Aerospace Engineering (1942 - 2006) – Retired Aerospace Engineer.
• John W. Travis, MD, MPH – Retired pilot. Physician and author. A leading figure in the wellness movement. Physician in the U.S. Public Health Service, 1969 - 1975. In 1975, founded the first wellness center in the United States, the Wellness Resource Center. Co-founder of the Alliance for Transforming the Lives of Children. Author of Wellness Inventory (1975); and co-author: Wellness Workbook (1981, 1988, 2004), Simply Well: Choices for a Healthy Life (1990, 2001), Wellness for Helping Professionals (1990), A Change of Heart: A Global Wellness Inventory (1993), The Society of Prospective Medicine’s Handbook of Health Assessment Tools (1999).
• Traci Parris – Former U.S. Air Force jet engine mechanic. 11-year Air Force career. Former aircraft mechanic. Former aircraft assembly supervisor. Currently working in Product Support Engineering for F-16 Fighting Falcon.
• Larry Patriarca – Former U.S. Navy Aviation Structural Mechanic. Experienced on Grumman EA-6B Prowler. Coordinator for Central Massachusetts 9/11 Truth Alliance.
• Slawomir M. Kozak – Former President of Polish Air Traffic Controllers Association. Former member of Polish Airports State Enterprise Employee’s Council. Member of National Aviation Council. Air Traffic Controller and Tower Control Supervisor, Warsaw International Airport On Job Training Unit Chief. Member of International Aviation English Association. Journalist of aviation magazines. Aviation consultant to National Geographic magazine. Currently writing a book about 9/11 events.
• Jeffrey Moskin – Certified flight instructor. Pilot for over 40 years. Retired Electronics Engineer.
• Hamish Brannan – Former United Kingdom air defense ground environment (UKADGE) RADAR technician. Experience with primary and secondary ground radar systems. Instructor for the Ministry of Defence (MOD) for air traffic control and airborne systems (including radio).
• Mike Aybar – Aircraft Maintenance Technician. Crew Chief, American Airlines.
• Rob Bishop – Former U.S. Marine Corps Aviation Mechanic. Radio talk show host, "The Rob Bishop Show" Truth Net Radio.
• Dave Kisor, MA – Former U.S. Navy Aviation Electrician, working on Douglas A-4E/F and TA-4F/J Skyhawk, LTV A-7B/E Corsair II, Lockheed P-3B Orion, McDonnell Douglas C-9B Skytrain. Back seat experience in Douglas TA-4F/J & A-4F Skyhawk. Currently US Forest Service Technician.
• Greg Stone – Flight Attendant, American Airlines. 31-year career.
• Scott Burley – First Officer, United Airlines. 22 Years. Aircraft flown: Lockheed 747-400
• Bill Credle – Aviation Maintenance Technician, American Airlines. 17 years
• Tony Ryan, Warrant Officer, Royal Australian Air Force (ret) – Flight Engineer on Lockheed C130A, E, and H Hercules and Boeing 707. Flight Engineer, Cathay Pacific Airways. Aircraft flown: Lockheed L-1011 TriStar and Boeing 747-200, 747-300 and 747-200F. 10000+ total hours flown. Australian Private Pilot License. Aircraft flown: Cessna C150, C152, C172, C172RG and Piper Archer. 300 hours flown.
• James Edward Forst – Graduated from UND summa cum laude December 2006. Degree in Commercial Aviation and Aviation Management

Professors:

• David Ray Griffin, PhD – Professor Emeritus of Philosophy of Religion and Theology and Co-director of the Center for Process Studies at the Claremont School of Theology. One of the founding thinkers of Process Theology. Recent books include; God, Power, and Evil: A Process Theodicy (2004), Two Great Truths: A New Synthesis of Scientific Naturalism and Christian Faith (2004), Religion and Scientific Naturalism (2000), and Reenchantment without Supernaturalism (2000), Unsnarling the World-Knot: Consciousness, Freedom, and the Mind-Body Problem (1998), Parapsychology, Philosophy, and Spirituality (1997). Editor of the SUNY series in Constructive Postmodern Thought. Author and editor of several books that question the official account of 9/11, including; The New Pearl Harbor (2004), The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions (2004), 9/11 and American Empire (Vol I) – Intellectuals Speak Out (2006), Christian Faith and the Truth Behind 9/11: A Call to Reflection and Action (2006), The American Empire and the Commonwealth of God (2006), Debunking 9/11 Debunking: An Answer to Popular Mechanics and Other Defenders of the Official Conspiracy Theory (2007).
• Robert S. Ellwood, PhD – Distinguished Emeritus Professor of Religion, University of Southern California. Currently Faculty Member, Holmes Institute. Author and editor of over 25 books on religion, including; The Encyclopedia of World Religions (1998 - 2007), Religions of the World (9th Edition 2004), The Dictionary of Religion (2001), 1950: Crossroads of American Religious Life (2000), The Politics of Myth (1999), Mysticism and Religion (1998), The Fifties Spiritual Marketplace (1997), Many People, Many Faiths (1995), The Sixties Spiritual Awakening (1994).
• Gracia Fay Ellwood, PhD – Former Instructor, Evansville University and California State University at Long Beach. Author of The Uttermost Deep (2001) Batter My Heart (1988). Editor of The Peaceable Table.
• Richard A. Horsley, PhD – Distinguished Professor of Liberal Arts and Former Chair of the Department of the Study of Religion, University of Massachusetts, Boston. Author of more than fifty articles and a dozen books on religion and society, including; Christian Origins: A People's History Of Christianity (2006), Religion and Empire: People, Power, and the Life of the Spirit (2003), Jesus and Empire: The Kingdom of God and the New World Disorder (2002).
• Clark A. Kucheman, PhD – Arthur V. Stoughton Professor of Christian Ethics, Claremont McKenna College. Former Assistant Professor, Divinity School, University of Chicago. Former Lieutenant, U.S. Air Force. Contributing author, Ethics, Religion, and the Good Society: New Directions in a Pluralistic World(1992) and Terrorism, Justice and Social Values (1990). Editor, The Life of Choice: Some Liberal Religious Perspectives on Morality (1978).
• James Goulding, PhD – Professor Emeritus of Religion and former Vice President for Academic Affairs at MacMurray College. Adjunct Member of Religious Studies Faculty at Edgewood College.
• Marjorie Hewitt Suchocki, PhD – Professor Emerita of Theology and Co-director of the Center for Process Studies at the Claremont School of Theology. Considered one of the leading philosophers of Process Theology. Former professor of systematic theology and dean of Wesley Theological Seminary. Visiting professor at Vanderbilt University in 1996 and 1999, and at the Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg. Author of The End of Evil (1988), God-Christ-Church: A Practical Guide to Process Theology (1989), The Fall to Violence: Original Sin in Relational Theology (1995), In God's Presence: Theological Reflections on Prayer (1996), The Whispered Word: A Theology of Preaching (1999), Divinity and Diversity: A Christian Affirmation of Religious Pluralism (2003).
• Rev. David P. Polk, PhD – Former Vice President of Christian Board of Publication and Editor-in-Chief of Chalice Press 1990 - 2003 (ret). Former Harold Glen Brown Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministry, Brite Divinity School, Texas Christian University. Also taught at Lexington Theological Seminary and at Coe, Mt. Mercy, and Drury Colleges. Former Senior Pastor, First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Author, co-author, and editor of numerous books on religion, including; Chalice Praise: Pew Edition (2004), Shaken Foundations: Sermons from America's Pulpits After the Terrorist Attacks (2001), You Might Be a Disciple If (1997), And the Angels Wept: From the Pulpits of Oklahoma City After the Bombing (1995), Now What's a Christian to Do? (1994), If Only I Had Known: Dramatic Monologues for Advent and Lent (1994), Partners in Prayer (1996), Education of the Practical Theologian (1990), On the Way to God: An Exploration into the Theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg (1988).
• Graeme MacQueen, PhD – Associate Professor of Religious Studies and founding Director, Centre for Peace Studies, McMaster University (ret).
• David Sprintzen, PhD – Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and former Co-director, Institute for Sustainable Development, C.W. Post College at Long Island University. Founder and currently Secretary of the Long Island Progressive Coalition.
• Kerry S. Walters, PhD – William Bittinger Professor of Philosophy and Chair of the Department of Philosophy, Gettysburg College. Co-founder of the Center for Nonviolent Living, a regional grassroots peace organization. Director of PeaceWay: A Ministry of Christian Nonviolence. Co-editor of Episcopal Peace Witness the national quarterly of the Episcopal Peace Fellowship. Author, co-author and editor of numerous books on philosophy and ethics, including; Merciful Meekness: Becoming A Spiritually Integrated Person (2004), Jacob's Hip: Finding God in an Anxious Age (2003), Finding Perfect Joy With St. Francis of Assisi (2002), Growing God: A Guide for Spiritual Gardeners (2002), Rufus Jones: Essential Writings (2001), Godlust: Facing the Demonic, Embracing the Divine (2000), Benjamin Franklin and His Gods (1998), Ethical Vegetarianism (1999), Re-Thinking Reason - New Perspectives in Critical Thinking (1994), Rational Infidels: The American Deists (1992)
• John Milbank, PhD – Professor in Religion, Politics, and Ethics, University of Nottingham. Former Francis Ball Professor of Philosophical Theology at the University of Virginia . Author, co-author, and editor of numerous books on philosophy and religion, including; Theology and Social Theory: Beyond Secular Reason (1993), The Word Made Strange: Theology, Language and Culture (1997), Radical Orthodoxy: A New Theology (1998), Truth in Aquinas (2000), Being Reconciled: Ontology and Pardon (2003), Theological Perspectives on God and Beauty (2003), The Suspended Middle: Henri De Lubac And The Debate Concerning The Supernatural (2005).
• Sean Kelly, PhD – Professor of Philosophy and Religion, California Institute of Integral Studies.
• Jeffery D. Long, PhD – Associate Professor of Religion and Asian Studies and Chair of Religious Studies, Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania.
• Richard Foltz , PhD – Associate Professor of Religion, Concordia University. Former Associate Professor, Dept. of Religion, University of Florida. Former Affiliate Faculty: Dept. of History, School of Natural Resources and Environment, and Asian Studies program, University of Florida. Former Visiting Lecturer, Dept. of International and Public Affairs and Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion, Columbia University. Affiliate Faculty: The Earth Institute, Center for the Study of Science and Religion, Middle East Institute, Southern Asian Institute, Harriman Institute, Environmental History Group. Former Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion, Gettysburg College. Former Visiting Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, Brown University. Former Teaching Fellow, Core Program, Harvard University. Author of over seventy journal articles on comparative religious traditions, with a special focus on the Muslim world. Author of Animals in Islamic Tradition and Muslim Cultures (2006), Spirituality in the Land of the Noble: How Iran Shaped the World’s 8 Religions (2004), Mughal India and Central Asia (1999), and Religions of the Silk Road: Overland Trade and Cultural Exchange from Antiquity to the Fifteenth Century (1999). Contributing author to the Encyclopedia of Human-Animal Relationships (2007). Editor of Worldviews, Religion and the Environment: A Global Anthology (2002), Islam and Ecology: A Bestowed Trust (2003) and Environmentalism in the Muslim World (2005). Associate Editor and contributing author to the two-volume Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature (2005). Consulting Editor of The Greenwood Dictionary of World History (2005).
• Kevin Barrett, PhD – Lecturer on Islamic Studies, University of Wisconsin. Co-editor of 911 and American Empire (Vol II) – Christians, Jews and Muslims Speak Out .
• Richard Curtis, PhD – Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at a variety of Seattle area colleges.
• James K. Powell II, PhD – Visiting Assistant Professor, Buddhist Studies, Department of the Languages and Cultures of Asia, University of Wisconsin.
• A. K. Dewdney, PhD – Professor Emeritus, Department of Computer Science, University of Western Ontario. Author of Scientific American's "Computer Recreations" and "Mathematical Recreations" section, 1984 - 1993. Author of over 80 scientific papers on mathematics, computer science, engineering, astronomy and biology. Author of numerous books on science and mathematics, including: Beyond Reason: Eight Great Problems That Reveal the Limits of Science (2004), A Mathematical Mystery Tour: Discovering the Truth and Beauty of the Cosmos (2001), Yes, We Have No Neutrons: An Eye-Opening Tour through the Twists and Turns of Bad Science (1997), 200% of Nothing: An Eye Opening Tour Through the Twists and Turns of Math Abuse and Innumeracy (1996), The New Turing Omnibus: Sixty-Six Excursions in Computer Science (1993).
• Hugo Bachmann, PhD – Professor Emeritus and former Chairman of the Department of Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. Author and co-author of Erdbebenbemessung von Stahlbetonhochbauten (Seismic Analysis of Concrete Reinforced Structures) (1990), Vibration Problems in Structures: Practical Guidelines (1995), Biege- und Schubversuche an teilweise vorgespannten Leichtbetonbalken (Structural Analysis of Linked Concrete Beams) (1998), Hochbau für Ingenieure. Eine Einführung (Structural Construction for Engineers. An introduction) (2001), Erdbebensicherung von Bauwerken (Earthquake-proofing Buildings) (2002).
• Jörg Schneider, Dr hc – Professor Emeritus, Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. Former President, Joint Committee on Structural Safety, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. Elected member of the Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences. Former Vice President and honorary lifetime member of the International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering.
• Jack Keller, BS CE, MS Irrigation Eng, PhD Agricultural and Irrigation Eng, PE, F.ASCE – Professor Emeritus, Agricultural and Irrigation Engineering, Utah State University. Member, National Academy of Engineering. Elected Fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Selected by Scientific American magazine as one of the world's 50 leading contributors to science and technology benefiting society (2004). Through his public and private activities, Dr. Keller has provided advisory services in irrigated agricultural development and water management in more than 60 countries. Serves as an advisor to the CALFED Water Use Efficiency Program and former member CALFED Independent Science Board. Serves on the US and International Boards of International Development Enterprises, an NGO that focuses on rural poverty alleviation. Licensed and practicing Professional Engineer, State of Utah. Awarded State of Utah Governor's Medal for Science and Technology (1988). 2006 Recipient of the American Society of Civil Engineers - Environmental & Water Resources Institute Royce J. Tipton National Career Achievement Award. Author of more than 90 technical papers, 50 major consulting reports, 9 handbooks and 2 textbooks in the areas of agricultural water resources planning and engineering.
• James R. Carr, PhD, PE – Professor, Department of Geological Sciences and Engineering, University of Nevada. Registered Geological Engineer. Author of 60 peer-reviewed journal articles on geological sciences. Author of Numerical Analysis for the Geological Sciences (1995) and Data Visualization in the Geosciences (2002). Contributing author to Advances in Remote Sensing and GIS Analysis (1999).
• David Leifer, BSc, B.Arch, M.Ed, PhD, IEng, ACIBSE – Coordinator, Graduate Programme in Facilities Management, University of Sydney. Formerly taught at University of Auckland (1993 - 2001), University of Queensland (1986 - 1993), Mackintosh School of Architecture (1984 - 1986). Registered Architect. Incorporated Engineer.
• Terry Morrone, PhD – Professor Emeritus of Physics, Adelphi University. Author of several scientific papers on the physics of plasma. Researcher and innovator in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and holder of 17 patents in the field.
• Mike Hawryluk, BA, MAT – Professor Emeritus of Physics and former Division Chairman, Suffolk County Community College, NY.
• Steven Jones, PhD – Former Professor of Physics at Brigham Young University. Retired in October 2006 to devote more time to 9/11 research. Principal Investigator for experimental Muon-catalyzed fusion from 1982 to 1991 for the U.S. Department of Energy, Division of Advanced Energy Projects. From 1990 to 1993, Jones researched fusion in condensed matter physics and deuterium, for the U.S. Research conducted at major laboratories in USA, Canada, United Kingdom and Japan. Chairperson of several international physics conferences. Author of over 40 papers published in peer-reviewed scientific journals. Contributing author to 9/11 and American Empire (Vol I) – Intellectuals Speak Out (2006).
• Bruce R. Henry, PhD – Professor Emeritus, Mathematics and Computer Science, Worcester State College. Former guidance systems engineer for Polaris and Trident missiles, General Electric Co.
• John N. Cooper, PhD – Professor of Chemistry, Bucknell University 1967 - 2003. Author of 35 published papers in the fields of chemical education and inorganic kinetics and structure.
• Martin Walter, PhD – Professor and Chairman of the Department of Mathematics, University of Colorado at Boulder. Member, Executive Committee of the Rocky Mountain chapter of the Sierra Club.
• Crockett L. Grabbe, PhD – Research Scientist and Visiting Scholar, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Iowa 1980 - present. Former researcher at Naval Research Laboratory (NRL). Author of numerous scientific papers on the subjects of astrophysics and plasma behavior. Author of Space Weapons and the Strategic Defense Initiative (1991), Duck Soup for the Diehard Soul (2001). Editor of Plasma Waves and Instabilities (1986). Editor & co-author of Plasma Physics Applied (2006). Contributing author of Advances in Space Plasma Physics (1985), Trends in Geophysics Research 2 (1993), Recent Research Developments in Plasmas (2000), Power in Focus (2004).
• William Rice, PE – Former Professor of Engineering at Vermont Technical College where he taught engineering materials, structures lab, and other building related courses. Registered Professional Civil Engineer who worked on structural steel and concrete buildings in Boston, New York, and Philadelphia.
• Robert S. Boyer, PhD – Professor of Computer Science, University of Texas, Austin. Fellow of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence. Awarded the 2005 Software System Award by the Association for Computing Machinery. Awarded the 6th Herbrand Award (1999) for exceptional contributions to the field of Automated Deduction, by the Conferences on Automated Deduction. Co-author of A Computational Logic Handbook. Editor of Automated Reasoning.
• Joanna Rankin, PhD – Professor of Physics and Astronomy, University of Vermont.
• Kenneth L. Kuttler, PhD – Professor of Mathematics, Brigham Young University.
• John Robert Russell, BS LA, Grad. Diploma (Urban and Regional Planning) – Professor Emeritus and Former Chairman, Dept. of Landscape Architecture, Ball State University. Recipient of the Sagamore of the Wabash Award, highest civilian recognition by the State of Indiana, and Outstanding Educator Award, by the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture.
• Dennis Holloway, B.Arch., M.Arch. (Urban Design) – Former Associate Professor of Environmental Design at the University of Colorado. Former Associate Professor of Architecture, University of Minnesota School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. Member, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). Registered Architect in Colorado, New Mexico, and Wyoming. Former Licensed/Registered Architect in Michigan and Minnesota. Recipient of the Environmental Quality Award in Science and Technology from the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Co-author The Owner Builder Experience, How to Design and Build Your Own Home (1986). Contributing author to Resettling America; Energy, Ecology and Community (1980) and Virtual Reality in Archaeology (2000).
• Niels Harrit, PhD – Associate Professor of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen 1970 - present. Member, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry. Member, European Photochemistry Association. Author of numerous scientific papers with a special focus on nano-science.
• Michael Elliot, PhD – Teaching Fellow, School of Mathematics and Physics, Queens University, Belfast.
• Joshua Mitteldorf, PhD – Researcher, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Arizona. Former instructor of physics, math, astronomy, and evolution at Harvard, University of California at Berkeley, Temple University, University of Pennsylvania, LaSalle University and Bryn Mawr.
• Gary Welz, MSc – Instructor of Mathematics at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University New York. Adjunct Instructor of Mathematics, Fordham University.
• Ted Micceri, PhD – Coordinator of Institutional Research, University of South Florida.
• Irwin Luckman, B.Arch – Former Professor, School of Architecture, University of Veracruz, Mexico. Retired Licensed Architect, State of California. Former Chief of Plans, Design and Construction, and then General Manager, East Bay Regional Park District, (over 50 parks totaling ~100,000 acres in the San Francisco Bay Area, California). Environmental Planner. Former U.S. Army Infantry in World War II.
• Robert J. Stern, MS – Associate Professor, Mathematics, Pellissippi State Technical Community College.
• Garry Anaquod – Lecturer in Computer Science and Physics, First Nations University of Canada (formerly Saskatchewan Indian Federated College).
• Kenneth Sowden, MA – Instructor, Mathematics, West Hills Community College.
• Horst Ehmke, PhD – Professor of Law, University of Freiburg. Former Minister of Justice (West Germany). Former Minister for Research and Technology. Cabinet Member under Chancellors Kurt Kiesinger and Willy Brandt 1966 - 1974. Author of Politik der praktischen Vernunft: Aufsätze und Referaten (Pragmatic Politics) (1969), Politik als Herausforderung (The Challenge of Politics) (1974), Democratic Socialism and Eurocommunism: The Policy of Detente and Ideological Controversy (1977), Das Portrait, Horst Ehmke: Reden und Beiträge (Self Portrait of Horst Ehmke: Speeches and Essays) (1980), Beiträge zur Verfassungstheorie und Verfassungspolitik (Writings on Constitutional Theory and Politics) (1981), A Second Phase of Detente (1987), Mittendrin: Von der grossen Koalition zur deutschen Einheit (In the Midst of It: From the Federal Republic to German Unification) (1994).
• Richard Falk, JSD – Professor Emeritus, International Law, Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University. In 2001 he served on the three-person UN Commission on Human Rights for the Palestine Territories, and previously, on the Independent International Commission on Kosovo. He is the author or coauthor of numerous books, including Religion and Humane Global Governance; Human Rights Horizons; On Humane Governance: Toward a New Global Politics; and Human Rights and State Sovereignty. Honorary Vice president of the American Society of International Law. Contributing author of 9/11 and American Empire (Vol I) – Intellectuals Speak Out (2006).
• Burns H. Weston, JSD – Bessie Dutton Murray Distinguished Professor of Law Emeritus and Director, Center for Human Rights, University of Iowa. Fellow, World Academy of Art and Science. Honorary Editor, Board of Editors, American Journal of International Law (Washington, DC). Senior Human Rights Adviser, IKEA Social Initiative. Senior Human Rights Adviser, UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre, Florence, Italy.
• Francis Boyle, PhD, LLD – Professor of International Law at the University of Illinois, Champaign. A leading practitioner and advocate of international law. He was responsible for drafting the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989, the American implementing legislation for the 1972 Biological Weapons Convention. He served on the Board of Directors of Amnesty International (1988-1992), and represented Bosnia- Herzegovina at the World Court. He holds a Doctor of Law Magna Cum Laude as well as a Ph.D. in Political Science, both from Harvard University. Author of World Politics and International Law (1985), Defending Civil Resistance Under International Law (1987), The Future of International Law and American Foreign Policy (1989), In re: More Than 50,000 Nuclear Weapons (1991), The Bosnian People Charge Genocide (1995), Foundations of World Order (1999), The Criminality of Nuclear Deterrence (2002), Palestine, Palestinians & International Law (2003), Destroying World Order: U.S. Imperialism in the Middle East (2004), Biowarfare and Terrorism (2005).
• C. Peter Erlinder, JD – Professor of Law, William Mitchell College of Law. Past President, National Lawyers Guild.
• William G. Weaver, JD, PhD – Director of Academic Programs, Institute for Policy and Economic Development, University of Texas, El Paso, specializing in executive branch secrecy policy, governmental abuse, and law and bureaucracy. Former U.S. Army Signals Intelligence officer. Author, co-author, and editor of several books on law and political theory, including: Presidential Secrecy and the Law (2007), New Perspectives on American Law: An Introduction to Private Law in Politics and Society (1997), Political Science and Feminism: Integration or Transformation? (1997), Pragmatism in Law and Society (1991).
• William Veale – Former Instructor of Criminal Trial Practice, Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California at Berkeley 11-year teaching career. Retired Chief Assistant Public Defender, Contra Costa County, California 31-year career.
• Mark Conrad, JD – Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at Troy University. Associate General Counsel, National Association of Federal Agents. Retired Agent in Charge, Internal Affairs, U.S. Customs, responsible for the internal integrity and security for areas encompassing nine states and two foreign locations. Former Federal Sky Marshall. 27-year U.S. Customs career.
• Morgan Reynolds, PhD – Professor Emeritus, Economics, Texas A&M University. Former Director of the Criminal Justice Center at the National Center for Policy Analysis. Former Chief Economist, U.S. Department of Labor under George W. Bush 2001 - 2002. Contributing author to 9/11 and American Empire (Vol I) – Intellectuals Speak Out (2006).
• Daniel Orr, PhD – Professor Emeritus and former Chairman of the Department of Economics, University of Illinois.
• Paul Craig Roberts, PhD – Chairman, Institute for Political Economy and Research Fellow at the Independent Institute. Former William E. Simon chair in political economy, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University. Former Senior Research Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University. Former Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury under Ronald Reagan, "Father of Reaganomics". Former Associate Editor of the Wall Street Journal. Author or co-author of several books on economics and politics, including; The Supply-Side Revolution (1985), Alienation and the Soviet Economy: The Collapse of the Socialist Era (1990), The Soviet Union After Perestroika (1991), The Capitalist Revolution in Latin America (2003).
• Michel Chossudovsky, PhD – Professor of Economics, University of Ottawa. Consultant to several international organizations including the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the African Development Bank, the United Nations African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (AIEDEP), the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the International Labour Organization (ILO), the World Health Organisation (WHO), the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC). Past President, Canadian Association of Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
• Paul Zarembka, PhD – Professor of Economics, State University of New York at Buffalo. Editor, The Hidden History of 9-11-2001, published by Elsevier, 2006.
• Marc Chesney, PhD – Professor of Economics, Swiss Banking Institute, University of Zurich. Renowned expert on financial market manipulation and money laundering. Former President, of the Centre d’Etudes sur le Blanchiment et la Corruption (CEBC) (Center for the Study of Money Laundering and Corruption) 1999 - 2004. Former Professor of Finance and Economics at the HEC Group and Associate Dean, Doctoral Program at the HEC. Consultant with the World Bank. Author of numerous journal articles and book chapters on the analysis of financial markets. Author, co-author, or editor of Mathematical Methods for Financial Markets (2006), Blanchiment et Financement du terrorisme (Money Laundering and the Financing of Terrorism 2004), Les Mécanismes de la Criminalité Financière (Financial Crime Mechanisms 2002 ), Les options de change: Evaluation et utilisation (Currency Options: Valuation and Hedging 1995), Les options de change (Currency Options 1992).
• Loriano Mancini, PhD – Senior Research Associate, Swiss Banking Institute, University of Zurich
• Stephen F. LeRoy, PhD – Professor of Economics, University of California, Santa Barbara. Former Visiting Economist, Federal Reserve Bank.
• Robert G. Horn, MD – Clinical Professor, Department of Pathology, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine.
• William Willers, PhD – Professor Emeritus, Biology and Microbiology, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Founder and President, Superior Wilderness Action Network. Editor of Learning to Listen to the Land and Unmanaged Landscapes: Voices For Untamed Nature.
• Jonathan B. Weisbuch, MD, MPH – Executive Coordinator, The Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University. Former Director and Chief Medical Officer, Maricopa County Department of Public Health. Member American Association of Public Health Physicians (AAPHP) and AAPHP's representative to the American Medical Association. Recipient of the Ben Freedman Award for 'long and dedicated service to AAPHP and the practice of Public Health'. Member Board of Directors, National Commission on Correctional Health Care. Co-author, The Challenges of Community Medicine (1974).
• Barry R. Komisaruk, PhD – Rutgers University Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor of Psychology and Associate Dean of the Graduate School. Also Adjunct Professor, Department of Radiology, New Jersey College of Medicine, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Former postdoctoral researcher as a National Institute of Mental Health fellow at the Brain Research Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles. Former Program Director in the Division of Minority Opportunities in Research at the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS), one of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Member, Society for Neuroscience. Member, American Physiological Society. Author of numerous scientific papers on neurophysiology, pharmacology, and endocrinology of reproductive behavior, and analgesia in laboratory animals and humans. Author of Reproduction: A Behavioral and Neuroendocrine Perspective (1987), The Science of Orgasm (2006).
• D. Lawrence Burk, Jr., MD – Former Director of Education, Center for Integrative Medicine, Duke University Medical Center. Associate Clinical Professor of Radiology and Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Duke University Medical Center 1993 - 2004. Former Assistant Professor, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.
• Christopher Shaw, MSc, PhD – Professor, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, University of British Columbia.
• Charles H. Hux, MD – Associate Professor, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Faculty Member, Monmouth Medical Center. Obstetrician & Gynecologist, specialist in Maternal & Fetal Medicine.
• Alexander L. Dent, PhD – Associate Professor, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, School of Medicine, Indiana University. Associate Editor, Journal of Immunology.
• Faiz Khan, MD – Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, NY. Director of Medical Observation Unit and Assistant Residency Director - Emergency Medicine, Hershey Medical Center, Penn State College of Medicine. Practicing physician with dual board specialization in Emergency and Internal Medicine. A 9/11 first responder.
• Basil M. Hantash, MD, PhD – Instructor in the Division of Plastic Surgery, Department of Dermatology, Stanford University School of Medicine. Member of American Academy of Dermatology, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, Sigma Xi, and Society for Investigative Dermatology.
• Paul D. Haemig, PhD – Guest Researcher, Department of Infectious Diseases, Umeå University.
• Matthew Orr, PhD – Instructor of Biology, University of Oregon.
• Marcus Raskin, JD – Senior Fellow and Professor of Policy Studies, George Washington University. Co-founder and Senior Fellow of the Institute for Policy Studies. Former member of the special staff of the National Security Council in President Kennedy’s Administration. Advisor to the Episcopal Urban Bishops. Former member of the Presidential Commission on Education and advisor to the Bureau of the Budget and the Office of Science and Technology in the Executive Office of the President. Author, co-author and editor of more than 20 books on national security and domestic affairs, including The Four Freedoms under Siege: The Clear and Present Danger from Our National Security State (2006), In Democracy's Shadow: The Secret World of National Security (2005), Liberalism (2003), Visions and Revisions: Reflections on Culture and Democracy at the End of the Century (1998), Abolishing the War System (1992), The Common Good: Its Politics, Policies, and Philosophy (1986), The Politics of National Security (1979).
• John D. Maguire, PhD – President Emeritus since 1998 of the Claremont University Consortium, and a Senior Fellow and faculty member of Claremont Graduate University's School of Politics and Economics. He concurrently serves as a fellow at the Institute for Democratic Renewal, directing projects on racial and social justice and the renewal of democracy. He served as president of the State University of New York's College at Old Westbury from 1970-81. Dr. Maguire serves on the boards of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, the Tomas Rivera Policy Institute, the Eureka Communities and Union Theological Seminary. Former Director of the Salzburg, Austria Seminar. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Fellow of the Society for Values in Higher Education. Senior Consultant to Project Change.
• Howard Zinn, PhD – Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Boston University. Historian, social activist, author, and vocal critic of the Viet Nam war. Former U.S. Army Air Corps bombardier in World War II. Author of numerous books, including; A People's History of the United States (1980 - 2005), Howard Zinn on Democratic Education (2004), Terrorism and War (2002), The Zinn Reader - Writings on Disobedience and Democracy (1997).
• John Rensenbrink, PhD – Professor Emeritus and former Chair of the Department of Government, Bowdoin College. Co-founder, US Green Party. Author of Against All Odds: The Green Transformation of American Politics .
• Clyde N. Wilson, PhD – Professor Emeritus of History, University of South Carolina. M.E. Bradford Distinguished Chair of the Abbeville Institute. Adjunct Faculty Member of the Ludwig von Mises Institute. Co-founder of the League of the South. Author, co-author or editor of The Papers of John C. Calhoun (28 volumes), Defending Dixie: Essays in Southern History and Culture (2005), A Defender of Southern Conservatism: M.E. Bradford and His Achievements (1999), From Union to Empire: Essays in the Jeffersonian Tradition (2003), Carolina Cavalier: The Life and Mind of James Johnston Pettigrew (2002), The Essential Calhoun (1999), Twentieth-Century American Historians (1983), American Historians, 1607-1865 (1984).
• James G. Smart, PhD – Professor Emeritus of History, Keene State College. Former Assistant Professor of History, University of Chattanooga.
• Georg Kreis, PhD – Professor of History and Director of the Europe Institut of the University of Basel. President, Swiss Federal Commission Against Racism.
• Melvin A. Goodman, PhD – Senior Fellow at the Center for International Policy and Adjunct Professor of Government at Johns Hopkins University. Professor of International Security at the National War College 1986 - 2004. Former Division Chief and Senior Analyst at the Office of Soviet Affairs, CIA,1966 - 1990. Senior Analyst at the Bureau of Intelligence and Research, State Department, 1974 - 1976. Author and co-author of several books on international relations, including: Wars of Eduard Shevardnadze, Gorbachev's Retreat: The Third World, and Bush League Diplomacy: How the Neoconservatives Are Putting the World at Risk.
• Ola Tunander, PhD – Research Professor, International Peace Research Institute (PRIO), Oslo. Former Special expert to the Swedish Government Investigation into submarine intrusions into Swedish waters. Author or co-author of more than 50 articles on international security and military operations published in scientific and political journals. Author, co-author, and editor of several books on warfare and international security, including; The Secret War Against Sweden – US and British Submarine Deception in the 1980s (2004), Geopolitics in Post-Wall Europe - Security, Territory, and Identity (1997), and Cold Water Politics : The Maritime Strategy and Geopolitics of the Northern Front (1989)
• Major John M. Newman, PhD, U.S. Army (ret) – Professor of History and International Relations, University of Maryland. Former Executive Assistant to the Director of the National Security Agency. Former military attaché in China. 21-year career in U.S. Army Intelligence.
• Michael Parenti, PhD – Political and social commentator, lecturer, educator, and award-winning author. Received his Ph.D. in political science from Yale University and has taught at a number of colleges and universities, including, the State University of New York campus at Stony Brook and campus at Albany, Sarah Lawrence College, the University of Vermont, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, and Howard University. He is the author of 20 books, including; Democracy for the Few (8th edition, 2007), The Culture Struggle (2006), Superpatriotism (2004), The Assassination of Julius Caesar (2003), To Kill a Nation (2002), The Terrorism Trap (2002), America Besieged (1998), Against Empire (1995), Inventing Reality: The Politics of News Media (1992), The Sword and the Dollar (1989), Inventing Reality: The Politics of the Mass Media (1985), Power and the Powerless (1978).
• Michael M. Andregg, PhD – Professor, Justice and Peace Studies, University of St. Thomas. Lecturer, University of Minnesota. Founder and Director of the Center for the Study of Intelligence and Wisdom, at Ground Zero Minnesota (a non-profit educational organization) 1982 - present. Author of On the Causes of War, winner, National Peacewriting Award for 1999.
• Carolyn Baker, PhD – Adjunct Professor of History, New Mexico State University. Author and former psychotherapist. Her books include U.S. History Uncensored: What Your High School Textbook Didn't Tell You (2006), The Journey of Forgiveness: Fulfilling The Healing Process (2000), and Reclaiming the Dark Feminine: The Price of Desire (1996).
• Don Bustion – Adjunct Professor, Political Science, Southern Arkansas University. Former Assistant Attorney General, State of Texas.
• Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed, MA – Instructor and Doctoral Candidate, Department of International Relations and Politics, University of Sussex. Former Senior Researcher at the Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) in London. Author of Behind the War on Terror (2003), awarded the Naples Prize, Italy’s most prestigious literary award. Also author of The War on Truth: 9/11, Disinformation and the Anatomy of Terrorism (2005) and The London Bombings: An Independent Inquiry (2006). Contributing author to Elsevier's The Hidden History of 9/11 ("Terrorism and Statecraft: Al-Qaeda and Western Covert Operations after the Cold War").
• Daniele Ganser, PhD – Lecturer in the History Department at the University of Basel. Former Senior Researcher at the Center for Security Studies at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. Former Researcher at the Military Academy (MILAK) of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. Contributing author to 9/11 and American Empire (Vol I) – Intellectuals Speak Out (2006).
• Richard Heinberg, MA – Core Faculty Member, New College of California. Widely regarded as one of the world's foremost educators of the Peak Oil issue. Author of seven books, including The Party's Over: Oil, War and the Fate of Industrial Societies and The Oil Depletion Protocol: A Plan to Avert Oil Wars, Terrorism and Economic Collapse.
• Bernard Weiner, PhD – Former Instructor of American politics, government and international politics at Western Washington University and San Diego State University. Editor and writer with the San Francisco Chronicle for nearly two decades.
• Joseph Raso – Former Lecturer, Political Science, McMaster University, specializing in International Politics and State-sponsored terrorism. Former Research Associate, Council on Hemispheric Affairs, Washington, DC.
• Mickey S. Huff, MA – Adjunct Faculty, History and Critical Thinking, Berkeley City College. Instructor, Social Sciences, Chabot College. Co-director of the alternative polling group RetroPoll.
• James Petras, PhD – Bartle Professor Emeritus of Sociology at Binghamton University, SUNY, New York, and Adjunct Professor at Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Author and co-author of numerous books on society, economic systems, and social justice, including: Mediterranean Paradoxes: The Politics and Social Structure of Southern Europe (1994), Globalization Unmasked: Imperialism in the 21st Century (2001), The Dynamics of Social Change in Latin America (2004), A System in Crisis: The Dynamics of Free Market Capitalism (2004), Social Movements and State Power (2005), Empire with Imperialism: The Globalizing Dynamics of Neoliberal Capitalism (2006)
• Ralph Metzner, PhD – Psychologist and Professor Emeritus of Psychology, California Institute of Integral Studies and former Academic Dean, California Institute of Integral Studies. Author of Maps of Consciousness, The Well of Remembrance, The Unfolding Self, and Green Psychology.
• Marilynn M. Rosenthal, PhD (1930 - 2007) – Professor Emerita of Sociology, University of Michigan. Adjunct Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, UM Medical School. Elected Fellow of the British and Swedish Royal Societies of Medicine. Recipient of numerous grants and honors, including a Danforth Fellowship, UM Hopwood writing award, a Distinguished Faculty Research Award and a Fulbright Western European Research Award. Her son, Josh Rosenthal, a portfolio manager at Fiduciary Trust International, was a victim of the collapse of the World Trade Center South Tower. Author or co-author of numerous books about the practice of medicine, including: Medical Error (2002), Medical Mishaps (1999), Health Policy: Understanding Our Choices (1998), Medical Mishaps (1997). The Incompetent Doctor: Behind Closed Doors (1995), Health Care Systems and Their Patients: An International Perspective (1992), Dealing with Medical Malpractice: British and Swedish Experience (1988), Health Care in the People's Republic of China (1987).
• David MacGregor, PhD – Professor, Department of Sociology, King's University College at the University of Western Ontario.
• Peter Phillips, PhD – Professor of Sociology, Sonoma State University. Director, Project Censored. Contributing author to 9/11 and American Empire (Vol I) – Intellectuals Speak Out (2006).
• Henry C. Finney, PhD – Professor Emeritus of Sociology, University of Vermont.
• William Woodward, PhD – Professor of Psychology, University of New Hampshire. Co-author of B. F. Skinner and Behaviorism in American Culture.
• Catherine Lowther, PhD – Professor of Psychology, Goddard College.
• Charles Simpson, PhD – Professor of Sociology, State University of New York, Plattsburgh.
• Diana Ralph, PhD – Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Carleton University. Author of Work and Madness: The Rise of Community Psychiatry.
• Philip Cozzolino, PhD – Lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of Essex.
• Angana Chatterji, PhD – Associate Professor of Social and Cultural Anthropology, California Institute of Integral Studies.
• Mike Earl-Taylor, BA, BSc, MA – Lecturer in Psychology, Rhodes University, South Africa 2000 - 2006.
• Peter Dale Scott, PhD – Professor Emeritus of English at the University of California, Berkeley. Former Canadian diplomat who served at the United Nations and the Canadian Embassy in Warsaw, Poland. He is author of Drugs, Oil and War (2003), and seven other books including Deep Politics and the Death of JFK (1993, 1996) and The Iran-Contra Connection (in collaboration, 1987). Co-editor of 9/11 and American Empire (Vol I) – Intellectuals Speak Out (2006). His writings deal among other matters with U.S. covert operations and their impact on democracy at home and abroad.
• Benjamin Demott, PhD (1924 - 2005) – Mellon Professor of Humanities Emeritus, Amherst College. Former board member, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. Author of several works of cultural criticism, including Junk Politics: The Trashing of the American Mind (2005), Killer Woman Blues: Why Americans Can't Think Straight about Gender and Power (2000) and The Trouble With Friendship: Why Americans Can't Think Straight about Race (1995).
• Eric Larsen, PhD – Professor of English, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York 1971 - 2006. Author of A Nation Gone Blind - America in an Age of Simplification and Deceit (2006) and two novels, An American Memory (1989) and I Am Zoë Handke (1994).
• Richard McGinn, PhD – Professor Emeritus and former Department Chairman, Linguistics and Southeast Asian Studies, Ohio University. Former President, Consortium of Teachers of Southeast Asian Languages.
• Marcus Ford, PhD – Professor, Humanities Department, and Past President, Faculty Senate, Northern Arizona University.
• Michael Keefer, PhD – Professor, College of Arts, University of Guelph. Former President of the Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English. Graduate of the Royal Military College of Canada.
• Robert Scheer – Director of the Privacy Project and Clinical Professor, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California. Former instructor Antioch College (San Francisco), New York City College, University of California; Irvine campus, Los Angeles campus, and Berkeley campus. 30-year journalistic career. Former Managing Editor and Editor-in-Chief of Ramparts magazine. For 15 years, National Correspondent for the Los Angeles Times. Currently, Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of truthdig.com, an online magazine. Author of Playing President: My Close Encounters with Nixon, Carter, Bush I and Clinton – and How They Did Not Prepare Me for George W. Bush (2006), The Five Biggest Lies Bush Told Us about Iraq (with his son Christopher and Lakshmi Chaudhry, 2003), Thinking Tuna Fish, Talking Death: Essays on the Pornography of Power (1991); With Enough Shovels: Reagan, Bush and Nuclear War (1982), and America After Nixon: The Age of Multinationals (1974), The Diary of Che Guevara: Bolivia: November 7, 1966-October 7, 1967 (with Fidel Castro, 1968).
• Mark Crispin Miller, PhD – Professor, Culture and Communication, New York University.
• Robert Merrill, PhD – Professor of Literature and Humanities, Maryland Institute College of Art. Founder and director of the Institute for Advanced Cultural Studies. Editor, Maisonneuve Press.
• William A. Cook, PhD – Professor of English, University of La Verne. Author of Tracking Deception: Bush Mid-East Policy.
• John Albert Dragstedt, PhD – Professor of Classics and Philosophy, St. Mary's College of California.
• Barrie Zwicker – Former Instructor of Journalism at Ryerson Polytechnic University. Television journalist, writer, producer and political and environmental activist. Media critic, Vision TV 1989 - 2003. Media critic on CBC-TV. Former print journalist at The Vancouver Province, The Detroit News, the Flint Journal, The Lansing State Journal, The Toronto Star and for eight years at "Canada's National Newspaper," The Globe and Mail. Recipient of the top three awards of the Education Writers' Association of North America. Over 50 year career as a print and television journalist and commentator. Director of the International Citizens' Inquiry Into 9/11 2004. Producer of the documentary The Great Conspiracy: The 9/11 News Special You Never Saw (2004) Author, co-author or editor of Towers of Deception: The Media Cover-Up of 9/11 (2006).
• Derrill Bodley (1945 - 2005) – Professor of Music, University of the Pacific. Father of Deora Bodley, passenger on United Flight 93.
• Raymond Munro, MAH – Professor of Theatre, Clark University.
• David Taylor, Doctor of Arts – Professor of technical writing, University of Maryland University College. Book editor and former technical magazine executive editor.
• Clare Brandabur, PhD – Assistant Professor, English Literature, Dogus University.
• Joseph Ciolino, MA, M Ed – Assistant Professor, Arts and Humanities, NYU. Lecturer, Music History, The New School University. Conductor and concert pianist.
• Annie Higgins, PhD – Visiting Assistant Professor, Asian and African Languages and Literature, University of Florida.
• Bryan Sacks – Adjunct Professor, Department of English and Philosophy, Drexel University. Contributing author to Elsevier's The Hidden History of 9/11 ("The Compromised 9-11 Commission").
• A. L. Kennedy – Lecturer in Creative Writing at St. Andrews University. Fellow of Royal Society of Arts. Booker Prize Judge (1996). Judge of Orange Prize for Fiction (2002). Winner of numerous awards including the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize and the Somerset Maugham Prize for her powerful novels and short stories, including Paradise and Indelible Acts.
• Paul W. Rea, PhD – Lecturer, Graduate Liberal Studies Program, St. Mary’s College of California. Former Director of Writing, Southern Utah University, 1991 - 1995. Coordinator, Film and Lecture Series and Director of Composition, University of Northern Colorado, 1970 - 1991. Selected Professor of the Year, University of Northern Colorado, 1983. Author of Canyon Interludes - Between White Water and Red Rock and Still Seeking the Truth About 9/11.
• Donna Marsh O'Connor – Instructor, Writing and Rhetoric, Syracuse University (retired after 22 years). Mother of Vanessa Lang Langer, Regus Business Center, WTC South Tower.
• Erik D. Curren, PhD – Instructor of English, James Madison University. Former Adjunct Professor of English, Blue Ridge Community College. Editor, Conserve Magazine. Author of Buddha’s Not Smiling (2006).
• Gary Corseri, PhD – Former Instructor of Creative Writing, University of Florida, Georgia Southwestern University, Aoyama University (Tokyo), Hokusei Gakuen University (Sapporo). Poet and novelist. Awarded first prizes in the Stephen Vincent Benet and Florida Poetry contests. Twice nominated for the Townsend Prize for fiction. Founding and/or contributing editor of The Florida Quarterly, International Quarterly and d'Arts. Author of poetry collections, Random Descent (1989) and Too Soon, As Always (1999); and novels, Holy Grail, Holy Grail: Quest East, Quest West (2002), A Fine Excess: An Australian Odyssey (2000), Sir Lancelot, the Olympics and the Kami of Japan (1996). Editor, Manifestations; The d'Arts Literary Collection (2004).
• Michael Galganski, MA – Lecturer, Department of Liberal Arts, Philadelphia University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Former Lecturer at Niagara University, NY, and Canisius College, Buffalo, NY.
• Benjamin Culbertson, MFA – Assistant Professor of Art, Shippensburg University.
• Haynes Horne, PhD – Assistant Professor of English, Miles University.
• Michael Morrissey, PhD – Lecturer, Institut for English, University of Kassel, Germany. Board member, Coalition of Distinguished Language Centers.
• Four Arrows, aka Don Trent Jacobs, EdD, PhD – Professor of Educational Leadership, Fielding Graduate University. Associate Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning, Northern Arizona University. Former Dean of Education, Oglala Lakota College. Former U.S. Marine Corps officer. Author of 12 books, including Primal Awareness and Teaching Virtues: Building Character Across the Curriculum; lead author American Assassination: The Strange Death of Senator Paul Wellstone. Editor of the University of Texas Press text, Unlearning the Language of Conquest. Contributing author to Elsevier's The Hidden History of 9/11 ("The Military Exercises of 9/11: Bizarre Coincidence or Something Else?").
• Lt. Col. Stephen L. Butler, EdD, U.S. Air Force (ret) – Former Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at the Defense Language Institute. Served as a B-52 Radar Navigator in the Gulf War. 24-year Air Force career.
• David Gabbard, EdD – Professor, College of Education, East Carolina University. Editor, Public Resistance, an Academic Journal to Confront the Lies of the Right
• Walter E. Davis, PhD – Associate Professor, College of Education, Health and Human Services, Kent State University.
• Norma Carr-Rufino, PhD – Professor of Management, San Francisco State University. Member of the editorial board of the international scholarly journal Women in Management Review. Lay referee of the California State Bar Court. Business consultant to Safeway International, Hearst New Media & Technology, Bechtel Power, Pearson Educacion, International Association of Administrative Professionals, Texas Business Education Association, University of Colorado, University of South Carolina, Deere & Company and others. Author of Managing Diversity, Building Innovative Skills, The Promotable Woman, Business Students Guide, The Innovative Woman Diversity Success Strategies, and Making Diversity Work.
• Jesus Nieto, PhD – Associate Professor, School of Teacher Education, San Diego State University.
• David C. Korten, MBA, PhD – Former Visiting Associate Professor of the Harvard University Graduate School of Business and member of the staff of the Harvard Institute for International Development. Author and Founder and Editor of YES! Magazine. Former Captain in the U.S. Air Force, serving in Air Force headquarters command, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, and the Advanced Research Projects Agency. Author of When Corporations Rule the World (1995, 2001) , The Post-Corporate World: Life After Capitalism (2000), The Great Turning: From Empire to Earth Community (2006). He is a major contributor to the report of the International Forum on Globalization on Alternatives to Economic Globalization.
• Ric Giardina – Adjunct faculty member and founder of the University's Leadership Certification Program, San Jose State University. Former Director of Business Relationships for Intel Corporation, responsible for Intel's worldwide trademark, branding, and naming activities. Former Chief Operating Officer of the software subsidiary of MIPS Computer Systems. Past President of the national Microcomputer Software Association. Past board member of ADAPSO, the computer services trade association. Former Research Scientist, Biomedical Research Division, NASA. Former officer in the United States Army Corps of Engineers, 11 years in the Active Reserve. Author of Threads of Gold (2000), Your Authentic Self (2002), Become a Life Balance Master (2003).
• Rene Stofflett, PhD – Former Assistant Professor of Science Education, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
• Lynn Margulis, AB, MS, PhD – Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Geosciences, University of Massachusetts - Amherst. Elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 1983. Former Chair, National Academy of Science's Space Science Board Committee on Planetary Biology and Chemical Evolution. Recipient of the National Medal of Science, America's highest honor for scientific achievement, in 1999, presented by President William J. Clinton. The Library of Congress, Washington, DC, announced in 1998 that it will permanently archive Dr. Margulis' papers. President of Sigma Xi, the scientific research society, from 2005 - 2006. Recipient of the Proctor Prize for scientific achievement in 1999 from Sigma Xi. Prior to moving to the University of Massachusetts, Dr. Margulis was a faculty member at Boston University for 22 years. Her publications span a wide-range of scientific topics, and include original contributions to cell biology and microbial evolution. Dr. Margulis is best known for contributions to evolution, especially the theory of symbiogenesis. For more information on Dr. Margulis' career, please visit http://www.chelseagreen.com/authors/LynnMargulis and http://www.sciencewriters.org. Author of over 130 scientific works and numerous books. Recent publications include Mind, Life, and Universe (2007 with Eduardo Punset), Dazzle Gradually: Reflections on the Nature of Nature (2007, co-authored with Dorion Sagan), Symbiotic Planet: A New Look at Evolution (1998), Acquiring Genomes: A Theory of the Origins of Species (2002, with Dorion Sagan), Early Life: Evolution on the Precambrian Earth (2002, second edition with Michael F. Dolan), Luminous Fish: Tales of Science and Love (2006), What is Sex? (1997, with Dorion Sagan), What is Life? (1995, with Dorion Sagan), Mystery Dance: On the Evolution of Human Sexuality (1991, with Dorion Sagan), Microcosmos: Four Billion Years of Evolution From Our Microbial Ancestors (1986, with Dorion Sagan), and Origins of Sex: Three Billion Years of Genetic Recombination (1986, with Dorion Sagan), Kingdoms and Domains: Illustrated Guide to the Phyla of Life on Earth (4th edition, co-authored by Michael J. Chapman, Academic Press, 2008 in press), Symbiosis in Cell Evolution (second edition, 1993).
• Richard W. Behan, PhD – Professor Emeritus of Natural Resource Policy and Dean Emeritus of the School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University 1975 - 1993. Former Professor of Natural Resource Policy, University of Montana. Former Member of the Board of Directors of the Forest History Society, the American Forestry Association, and the Council of Forestry School Executives. Former consultant to the U.S. Forest Service, the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the Soil Conservation Service, the Army Corps of Engineers, and the Congressional Research Service. Author of nearly 100 articles and papers in the literature of public land management, economics, and politics. Author of Plundered Promise (2001) and Ecology, Economics, Environment (1971).
• Eric Karlstrom, PhD – Professor of Geography, California State University, Stanislaus. Former Professor of Geography at Northern Arizona University and The University of Kansas. Author or co-author of 23 professional papers on soils, geomorphology, and paleoclimate which have been published in peer-reviewed national and international journals. Author of 20 additional papers which have appeared in non-refereed journals, guidebooks, and books. Director and composer of the documentary film An Awakening Journey - Songs and Voices from the Earth (2006). Composer, recording artist and performer (piano, guitar, banjo and vocals) of nine CDs/tapes, including The River, University Daze, The Bluegrass Conspiracy, Mountain Sage, Reflections, Eric and Karen-Finding Home, Colorado Colors, and Some Pretty Good Love Songs.
• Jan Bloemendal, PhD – Senior Lecturer, Department of Geography, University of Liverpool, 1990 - present. Author and co-author of over 40 papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
• Mark J. Bamberger, PhD – Professor of Geology and Environmental Sciences, Miami University and Capital University. Legal Fellow and Technical Advisor at The Ohio Environmental Council. Consultant to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for nuclear audits at the Nevada Test Site, Hanford Nuclear Reservation, and Argonne National Atomic Laboratories. Contributor to Principles of Water Resources: History, Development, Management, and Policy.
• Gray Brechin, PhD – Lecturer and Visiting Scholar, Geography Department, University of California at Berkeley.

Engineers and Architects:

• Richard Gage, AIA, Architect – Member, American Institute of Architects. A practicing Architect for 20 years who has worked on most types of building construction including numerous fire-proofed steel-framed buildings. Founding member of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth.
• H. Theodore Elden, Jr., B.Arch – Practicing registered architect in West Virginia for over 25 years. Now retired. Graduate of Carnegie Mellon University. Member, American Institute of Architects, West Virginia Chapter. Appointed Member of West Virginia State Board of Architects. Former Member, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), and Member, National Committee, Intern Development Program for Architects (IDP). Professional photographer.
• Frank A. DeMartini – WTC victim. Architect and WTC Construction Manager, North Tower, 88th floor. Demartini first worked at the World Trade Center when Leslie E. Robertson Associates hired him to assess damage from the terrorist truck bombing in 1993.
• Eric Douglas – Registered Architect in New York and California.
• Jack Keller, BS CE, MS Irrigation Eng, PhD Agricultural and Irrigation Eng, PE, F.ASCE – Professor Emeritus, Agricultural and Irrigation Engineering, Utah State University. Member, National Academy of Engineering. Elected Fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Selected by Scientific American magazine as one of the world's 50 leading contributors to science and technology benefiting society (2004). Through his public and private activities, Dr. Keller has provided advisory services in irrigated agricultural development and water management in more than 60 countries. Serves as an advisor to the CALFED Water Use Efficiency Program and former member CALFED Independent Science Board. Serves on the US and International Boards of International Development Enterprises, an NGO that focuses on rural poverty alleviation. Licensed and practicing Professional Engineer, State of Utah. Awarded State of Utah Governor's Medal for Science and Technology (1988). 2006 Recipient of the American Society of Civil Engineers - Environmental & Water Resources Institute Royce J. Tipton National Career Achievement Award. Author of more than 90 technical papers, 50 major consulting reports, 9 handbooks and 2 textbooks in the areas of agricultural water resources planning and engineering.
• Hugo Bachmann, PhD – Professor Emeritus and former Chairman of the Department of Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. Author and co-author of Erdbebenbemessung von Stahlbetonhochbauten (Seismic Analysis of Concrete Reinforced Structures) (1990), Vibration Problems in Structures: Practical Guidelines (1995), Biege- und Schubversuche an teilweise vorgespannten Leichtbetonbalken (Structural Analysis of Linked Concrete Beams) (1998), Hochbau für Ingenieure. Eine Einführung (Structural Construction for Engineers. An introduction) (2001), Erdbebensicherung von Bauwerken (Earthquake-proofing Buildings) (2002).
• Jörg Schneider, Dr hc – Professor Emeritus, Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. Former President, Joint Committee on Structural Safety, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. Elected member of the Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences. Former Vice President and honorary lifetime member of the International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering.
• James R. Carr, PhD, PE – Professor, Department of Geological Sciences and Engineering, University of Nevada. Licensed Geological Engineer, State of Nevada. Author of 60 peer-reviewed journal articles on geological sciences. Author of Numerical Analysis for the Geological Sciences (1995) and Data Visualization in the Geosciences (2002). Contributing author to Advances in Remote Sensing and GIS Analysis (1999).
• David Leifer, BSc, B.Arch, M.Ed, PhD, IEng, ACIBSE – Coordinator, Graduate Programme in Facilities Management, University of Sydney. Formerly taught at University of Auckland (1993 - 2001), University of Queensland (1986 - 1993), Mackintosh School of Architecture (1984 - 1986). Registered Architect. Incorporated Engineer.
• David A. Johnson, B.Arch, MCP (City Planning), PhD (Regional Planning), F.AICP – Internationally recognized architect and city and regional planner. Professor Emeritus, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Tennessee. Former Professor and Chair of the Planning Departments at Syracuse University and Ball State University. Elected Fellow, American Institute of Certified Planners (2004). Past President of the Fulbright Association of the United States. Recipient of five Fulbright Scholarships for continued education in Cyprus, India, Thailand, and the Soviet Union. Directed educational projects in Brazil and Portugal. Active in reconstruction efforts in Bosnia and bicommunal peace-making in Cyprus. Former professional planner on the staffs of the Washington National Capital Planning Commission and the Regional Plan Association of New York. Former editorial board member of the Journal of the American Planning Association. Author of numerous journal articles on urban and regional planning theory and history. Author of Planning the Great Metropolis (1996). Co-author of The TVA Regional Planning and Development Program (2005). Contributing author to Two Centuries of American Planning (1988).
• Mario Fontana, Dr Sc CE – Professor of Structural Analysis and Construction, Institute of Structural Engineering, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. Former Director of the Steel Construction Division, Geilinger AG. Author of more than 40 papers on structural engineering.
• Danny Jowenko – Proprietor, Jowenko Explosieve Demolitie B.V., a European demolition and construction company, with offices in the Netherlands. Founded 1980, Jowenko Explosieve Demolitie is certified and holds permits to comply with the Dutch Explosives for Civil Use Act and the German Explosives Act. Jowenko's explosives engineers also hold the German Certificate of Qualifications and the European Certificate for Shotfiring issued by The European Federation of Explosive Engineers.
• Thomas Spellman, B.Arch – Architect, Member, City Council, Lake Geneva, WI.
• William Rice, PE – Registered Professional Civil Engineer who worked on structural steel and concrete buildings in Boston, New York, and Philadelphia. Former Professor at Vermont Technical College where he taught engineering materials, structures lab, and other building related courses.
• Dennis Holloway, B.Arch., M.Arch. (Urban Design) – Former Associate Professor of Environmental Design at the University of Colorado. Former Associate Professor of Architecture, University of Minnesota School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. Member, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). Registered Architect in Colorado, New Mexico, and Wyoming. Former Licensed/Registered Architect in Michigan and Minnesota. Recipient of the Environmental Quality Award in Science and Technology from the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Co-author The Owner Builder Experience, How to Design and Build Your Own Home (1986). Contributing author to Resettling America; Energy, Ecology and Community (1980) and Virtual Reality in Archaeology (2000).
• Francisco A. Planes, B. Arch – Architectural Consultant, Associate AIA
• Basil Orechwa, PE – Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Wisconsin. Senior Design Engineer. Practicing Civil Engineer for over 30 years.
• Howard Switzer – Licensed Architect, State of Tennessee.
• John Robert Russell, BS LA, Grad. Diploma (Urban and Regional Planning) – Professor Emeritus and Former Chairman, Dept. of Landscape Architecture, Ball State University. Recipient of the Sagamore of the Wabash Award, highest civilian recognition by the State of Indiana, and Outstanding Educator Award, by the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture.
• Donal Butterfiled, B CE, M Urban Design, PE – Licensed Architect, States of New York and Connecticut, Professional Engineer, State of New York.
• Joseph M. Phelps, MS CE, PE (ret) – Structural Dynamicist, Charter Member, Structural Engineering Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). Life member, ASCE. Former member of the Marine Technology Society, the American Society for Oceanography, and the Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers. Founder of Phelps/ABC, an engineering and industrial marketing firm. Former Commissioner of the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District.
• Charles N. Pegelow, BS CE – Licensed Civil Engineer (Structural), State of California. Over 25 years experience in structural design and analysis and project management of major construction projects, including large steel structures.
• Joseph Testa, PE – Civil Engineer.
• David Heller, BS Physics, M.Arch – Architect and Builder.
• Chester W. Gearhart, BS CE, PE (ret) – Retired Civil Engineer for the City of Kansas City, MO.
• James Martin Tomlin, B.Arch – Licensed Architect, State of California. Member, American Institute of Architects.
• Nelson L. Johnson, M.Arch, PE – Licensed Architect and Licensed Professional Civil Engineer, State of California
• Andrew McClure, B.Arch – Architect
• Larry Dodge, B.Arch – Licensed Architect, State of California
• John C. Link, M.Arch – Licensed Architect, State of California
• Thomas N. Burnham, M.Arch – Licensed Architect, State of California. Architect with over 20 years experience in office building design and construction including high rise structures.
• David C. Avina, BS ME – Project Construction Manager. 15 years of heavy utility and industrial construction experience. 5 years of operations experience. 10 years of project engineer experience in the construction of large utility power plants and industrial process facilities. Experienced with all phases of construction practices and procedures from demolition, civil, structural, mechanical electrical controls, and through startup and commissioning.
• James W. Broadbent, M.Arch – Project Manager and Designer
• Steven Eugene Ramsey, BS CE, BS Microbiology – Author, publisher and filmmaker. Graduate of Texas A&M University at College Station and The University of Texas in Austin in the fields of microbiology and civil and environmental engineering. Former Project Engineer in lead and asbestos remediation. Editor and co-author of Lead Perspectives, an internationally distributed technical journal for professionals involved in lead poisoning prevention in housing.
• Douglas Claude Rhodes, BS Arch – Architect, Certified Member, NCARB
• Oliver William Purcell, B.Arch, AIA Emeritus – Retired Architect. In private practice for 15 years. Employed by the US Government for 20 years. Teaching, 4 years.
• Andrea Walhof-Grisham, BS Arch – Architect. Member, Organization of Women Architects. Member, Sierra Green Building Association.
• C. Matthew Taylor, B.Arch – Licensed Architect, State of South Carolina
• A.J. James Shieck – Architectural Technologist.
• Scott Page, M.Arch – Architectural Design
• Jason Griffin, BS CE – Civil Engineer.
• Michael Schmidt, BS GE – Project Engineer. Project Manager, highway construction.
• Kenneth Wrenn, BS CE, PE – Licensed Civil Engineer, State of North Carolina.
• Irwin Luckman, B.Arch – Retired Licensed Architect, State of California. Former Chief of Plans, Design and Construction, and then General Manager, East Bay Regional Park District, (over 50 parks totaling ~100,000 acres in the San Francisco Bay Area, California). Former Professor, School of Architecture, University of Veracruz, Mexico. Environmental Planner. Former U.S. Army Infantry in World War II.
• Kristen Kepner-Coleman, B.Arch – Architect.
• Doyle Winterton, B.ES (Engineering Science) – Retired Structural Engineer.
• Grant Williams – Commercial construction with emphasis on seismic and structural engineering.
• J. Marx Ayres, BS ME, MS ME, PE – Mechanical Engineer with over 55 years experience. Mr. Ayres is a nationally recognized expert in building air conditioning design and analysis, energy conservation, thermal energy storage, commissioning of HVAC systems, and earthquake damage to building mechanical systems.
• Joel S. Hirschhorn, BS Metallurgical Engineering, MS Metallurgical Engineering, PhD Materials Engineering – Professor of Metallurgical Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Madison 1965 - 1978. Senior Staff Member, Congressional Office of Technology Assessment 1978 - 1990. Testified more than 50 times before Congress on technology, science, and environmental issues. Former Director of Environment, Energy and Natural Resources, National Governors Association. Dr. Hirschhorn has been a consultant to industrial and chemical companies, DOE laboratories, state governments, and public interest organizations. Co-founder of Friends of the Article V Convention at www.foavc.org. Member, Board of Directors, National Foundation for Environmental Education. Member, Board of Directors, Sustainability Now! Author of more than 150 papers, articles, guest editorials, and book chapters on environmental science and technology. Author of Delusional Democracy: Fixing the Republic Without Overthrowing the Government (2007), Sprawl Kills (2005), New Community Design to the Rescue (2001), Growing pains: Quality of Life in the New Economy (2000), Prosperity without Pollution (1991), Materials Science (1975), Introduction to Powder Metallurgy (1969).
• Ken Reiner – Engineer, inventor, and entrepreneur. Co-founder, Kaynar Manufacturing, Inc., acquired by Fairchild in 1999. Billions of one of his inventions, a simple self-locking nut, are used in 90% of the airplanes in the world. Founding member of the The Alliance for Democracy.
• Judy Wood, BS CE (Structural), MS Eng Mechanics, PhD Materials Eng Science – Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Clemson University 1999 - 2006. Postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics, Virginia Tech 1997 - 1999. Member of the Society for Experimental Mechanics (SEM). Co-founder SEM’s Biological Systems and Materials Division. Currently serves on the SEM Composite Materials Technical Division.
• Anthony Szamboti, BS ME – Mechanical Engineer
• Gordon Ross, BSc ME, M.Eng – Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineer.
• Jeffrey G. Strahl, BS ME – Mechanical Engineer. Student Affairs Advisor, School of Engineering, University of California at Berkeley.
• Brian McHugh, IEng, ACIBSE, BSc, PgD (Postgraduate Diploma) – Mechanical building services engineer, specializing in heat transfer, thermo-dynamics and fluid-dynamics. 12 years experience.
• Arnold B. Walker, BS (Tool & Manufacturing Technology) – Retired Mechanical Engineer for General Electric. Worked in areas associated with manufacturing, metallurgy, nuclear and structural.
• Christopher Backus, BS ME – Senior Product Design Engineer for rough terrain forklifts, aerial work platforms, skid steer loaders and heavy duty fuel cell buses.
• Brian Duncan – Fire Protection Engineer
• Rob Steinhofer, MS ME – Mechanical Engineer
• Peter D. Morse, PE – Licensed Professional Mechanical Engineer, State of Arizona.
• Donald Meserlian, MS ME, PE (ret) – Retired, but currently Licensed Professional Engineer, State of New Jersey. Member, American Society for Testing and Materials. Founder and Chairman, Voices of Safety International.
• Kevin Ryan, BS Chem – Certified Quality Engineer. Former Site Manager for Environmental Health Laboratories, a division of Underwriters Laboratories. Mr. Ryan was fired by Underwriters Laboratories 5 days after sending a letter to a NIST scientist pointing out inconsistencies in the NIST report on the causes of the building collapses at the World Trade Center and asking for clarification. Contributing author to 9/11 and American Empire (Vol I) – Intellectuals Speak Out (2006).
• David Gregg, PhD, ChemE – Chemical engineer. Former government researcher.
• Adam Parrott, BSc Chemical Engineering – Chemical Engineer in training.
• G.W. (Jerry) Longspaugh, MS Aerospace Engineering (1942 - 2006) – Retired Aerospace Engineer
• Bruce R. Henry, PhD – Former guidance systems engineer for Polaris and Trident missiles, General Electric Co. Professor Emeritus, Mathematics and Computer Science, Worcester State College.
• Rodger A. Herbst, BAAE (Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering), ME (Mechanical Engineering) – Former Flight Control (737) and Simulation (777, 787) Engineer with the Boeing Company.
• Joseph P. Firmage – Chairman and CEO, ManyOne Networks. Formerly, Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO of USWeb Corporation, which, under his leadership, became the world’s largest Internet consulting firm, serving half of the Fortune 100, and a publicly traded company with thousands of employees in North America and Europe. Previously, Vice President of strategy for Novell’s Network Systems Group. Previously, Founder and CEO of Serius Corporation, an early pioneer of object-oriented visual programming tools, which was acquired by Novell in 1993. Recipient of Silicon Valley's Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award from Ernst & Young in 1998.
• Michael Badnarik – Senior Software Engineer and Systems Administrator at Braidwood Nuclear Simulator Project, Zion Nuclear Power Station, Commonwealth Edison, Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant, and Northrup's Stealth Bomber Project. 2004 Libertarian Party candidate for President. 2006 Libertarian Party candidate for Congress (Texas 10th). Author of Good To Be King, The Foundations of Freedom (2004; Foreward by Congressman Ron Paul).
• Jim Hoffman, MFA – Software Engineer and Research Scientist. His scientific visualizations have been widely published in journals including Science News, Scientific American, Science Digest, and Nature; and he co-authored papers in Science and Macromolecules.
• Dennis Cimino – Systems Engineer. Commercial pilot rating for 25 years. Navy Combat Systems Specialist (Radar, ECM, UHF/VHF/HF COMMS., GPS, INS, SATNAV).
• Jerry Lobdill, BS ChemE, magna cum laude, Texas Tech University – Retired Physicist and Systems Engineer with over 30 years research and design experience on Department of Defense projects for Tracor, Inc., General Electric, and The MITRE Corporation. Specialist in underwater acoustics, signal processing, software engineering, design and development of simulators and trainers for mobile sonar systems, combat systems for submarines, sonar surveillance systems, statistical modeling, probability theory and operations research. Former Senior Analyst for Tracor, Inc. at U.S. Naval Research Laboratory. Former researcher in experimental physical chemistry. Author and co-author of several scientific papers in his areas of expertise, all of which remain classified.
• Timothy A. Millea – Computer Scientist and Systems Engineer. Researcher in self-evolving software systems. Former Lecturer, School of Systems Engineering, Reading University (UK).
• Ken Jenkins, BS Carnegie Mellon – Electrical Engineer. Documentary film maker.
• Jeff King, MD, SB (MIT Science Baccalaureate in Biology and Electrical Engineering) – Physician. Former Electrical Engineer.
• Eric Heredia, BS EE – Power System Transmission Planner, US Department of Energy.
• Alan Yee, BS CS and Eng – Programmer
• Frank Shap, BS EE – Former design engineer in the aerospace industry. Currently Municipal Economic Development Executive.
• Tim Howells, BA, MS, PhD – Computer science. Medical researcher.
• Doug Plumb, B. Eng. (Electrical) – Engineering graduate.
• Timothy Cerar – Automation and Controls Engineer for the mining, paper and packaging industries for over 23 years.
• Jon Jensen, BSc Physics – R&D Engineer, Aerospace Test Engineer, Manufacturing Engineer and Engineering Technician in the medical and electronic industries. Over 20 years experience with welding and metalworking.
• Brad Mayeux – Senior RF Design Engineer.
• Alex Hatzisavas, MS EE, MBA – Electrical Engineer.
• Roger Twede, BS EE, MS EE – Master Software Architect
• Eric Hermanson, BS Engineering Physics, MS Engineering (Nuclear Engineering) – Senior Software Engineer.
• Gregory H. Urich, BS EECS, BA Music – Senior Consultant, Software Engineering.
• John F. Shanahan, PE – Electrical Engineer. Licensed Professional Engineer, State of California.
• Ron Wilson, BS EE – Aerospace Engineer.
• Jeffrey M. Moskin, BS EE – Retired Electronics Engineer. Certified flight instructor. Pilot for over 40 years.
• Adam Rosszay, BS Computer Engineering – Software Quality Assurance Engineer.
• David Masdon, BS EE – Electrical Engineer.
• Paul Smith – Staff Electronics Engineer, Physics Department, Indiana University.
• Bruce Richey – Licensed Architect, Sate of Oregon. Member, American Institute of Architects
Ashland, OR
• Chris Swigert – Licensed Architect, State of California Oakland, CA
• Christian Mungenast – Licensed Architect, State of Massachusetts. Member, American Institute of Architects Arlington, MA
• David Crawford – Licensed Architect, State of California Walnut Creek, CA
• Don Gibbons – Licensed Architect, State of California
Pleasant Hill, CA
• Haluk Akol – Licensed Architect, Licensed Structural Engineer, and Licensed Civil Engineer, State of California
Lafayette, CA
• James Jorgensen, B.Arch – Licensed Architect, State of California Healdsburg, CA
• Jeff Arnold – Licensed Architect, State of California Orinda, CA
• Jeffrey S. Orling, B.Arch – Licensed Architect, State of New York ount Vernon, NY
• Jim Bedinghaus –Licensed Architect, State of Florida St. Petersburg, FL
• Joe Bellows –Licensed Architect, State of California Martinez, CA
• John Cole –Licensed Architect, State of California Walnut Creek, CA
• John Eisenhart – Licensed Architect, State of California San Diego, CA
• John Howland –Licensed Architect, State of California Walnut Creek, CA
• Michael E. Balay –Licensed Architect, State of Indiana Fishers, IN
• Michael C. Coffey –Licensed Architect, State of New York. Member, American Institute of Architects New York, NY
• Mickey Propadovich –Licensed Architect, State of Illinois Evanston, IL
• Nelson L. Johnson, M.Arch, PE – Licensed Architect and Licensed Professional Civil Engineer, State of California
• Osvaldo Valdes –Licensed Architect, State of New York New York, NY
• Peter Hendrickson – Licensed Architect, State of California Santa Rosa, CA
• Roger vanFrank – Licensed Architect, State of Utah Salt Lake City, UT
• Ronald F. Avery – Licensed Architect, State of Texas Seguin, TX
• Sonne R. Idelshon, B.Arch – Retired Licensed Archtiect, State of California Los Angeles, CA
• Stephen A. Bourne, B.Arch – Licensed Architect, States of Washington and California
Seattle, WA
• Alan S. Glassman, M.Arch – Associate, American Institute of Architects, CSI, SA, Architectural Research Consultant Lancaster, PA
• Arnold A. Valdez, M.Arch – Designer/Planner Santa Fe, NM
• Arthur Stopes – Planner Berkeley, CA
• Chris Jung – Architectural Professional Berkeley, CA
• Dominique Roddier, PhD – Naval Architect Berkeley, CA
• Elwin Wong – Architectural Professional Oakland, CA
• Felix Goebel, Dipl. Ing (Architektur) – Designer Oakland, CA
• Henri Tso – Architectural Professional Walnut Creek, CA
• Ian J. Colburn, B.Arch New York, NY
• Jan Leits, B.Arch – Architectural Professional Berkeley, CA
• Jeffrey Tam – Architectural Professional Oakland, CA
• Justin Feider – Intern Architect Denver, CO
• Karlene Gullone – Architectural Professional San Francisco, CA
• Keenan May, B.Arch – Intern Architect Seattle, WA
• Ken Hutchinson – Architectural Professional Eugene, OR
• Kurt Worthington – Urban Planner San Francisco, CA
• Michael Reuter – Architectural Professional Berkeley, CA
• Mojgan Saberi, BS Arch – Designer Oakland, CA
• Oscar Cisnero – Architectural Professional Antioch, CA
• Reed Simpson, M.Arch, Associate AIA Overland Park, KS
• Shawn M. Fullington, BA Arch – Designer Asheville, NC
• Tim Clark – Architectural Professional Albany, CA
• Tom Patteson, M.Arch – Intern Architect Black Mountain, NC
• Travis Van Brasch – Associate, American Institute of Architects. Design Principal San Francisco, CA
• Wendy Sitler, B.Arch – Designer Berkeley, CA
• Albert V. Burns, BS CE, PE (ret) – Retired Professional Civil Engineer, Licensed in the State of Arizona Spanish Fork, UT
• Barry K. Miller, PE – Licensed Professional Mechanical Engineer, State of California
Hinsdale, NY
• Charles A. Marshall, MS CE, PE – Licensed Professional Civil Engineer, State of California
San Gabriel, CA
• Curtiss Lee Palin, MS Eng, PE – Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Colorado
Fort Collins, CO
• David E. Cassel, BS ME, PE – Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Idaho
Oldtown, ID
• Dennis M. Fischer, BS CE, MS CE – Engineering Consultant Naperville, IL
• Dennis J. Kollar, PE – Structural Engineer. Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Wisconsin
West Bend, WI
• Derek Johnson, BS ME, EIT, CWI – Licensed Engineer in Training, State of Texas
Marlin, TX
• Edward Munyak, BS ME, PE – Licensed Professional Mechanical and Fire Protection Engineer, State of California
Los Altos Hills, CA
• Fred Nguyen, MS ME, PE – Licensed Professional Engineer, State of New Jersey
Maplewood, NJ
• John Franklin, PE – Professional Engineer Lubec, ME
• John Mizzi, B EE, PE – Licensed Professional Engineer, State of New York
Poughkeepsie, NY
• John M. Sparnicht, PE – Licensed Professional Civil Engineer, State of California
Dayton, NV
• Michael S. Benefield, BS ME, PE – Licensed Professional Mechanical Engineer, State of California San Anselmo, CA
• Michael T. Donly, BS CE, PE – Licensed Professional Engineer, State of New Jersey
Hackensack, NJ
• Michael E. Stephens, BS Geological Engineering, PE – Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Oklahoma Welling, OK
• Mike Maguire, MS ME, PE – Licensed Professional Mechanical Engineer, State of California
Livermore, CA
• Mitchell Scott Stein, MS CE, PE – Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Texas
Austin, TX
• Richard J. Snider, BS EE, PE – Licensed Professional Electrical Engineer, State of Texas
Dallas, Dripping Springs, TX
• Robert Nielson, PLS – Licensed Professional Land Surveyor, State of California
Walnut Creek, CA
• Roland Edward Angle, BS CE, PE – Licensed Professional Civil Engineer, State of California
Alameda, CA
• Ron Paul LeBlanc, PE – Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Colorado
Firestone, CO
• Steven Craig Brantingham, BS ChemE, PE – Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Oklahoma Cypress, TX
• Steven Reiser – Chemical Engineer Westminster, CO
• Tim Rohach, MS ME, PE – Mechanical Engineer Sugar Land, TX
• William J. Cundiff, BS CE, PE – Licensed Professional Civil Engineer, State of Massachusetts
Whitinsville, MA
• William D. Taylor, BS Engineering, PE – Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Florida
Tequesta, FL
• Adam C. Sherman, BS ME Newark, CA
• Albert Skane, BS EE, MA Econ – Systems Engineer Boston, MA
• Amanda Lea Taylor, MS Eng – Engineering Austin, TX
• Amir A. Rana, BS ME – Mechanical Engineer Lafayette, LA
• Andrew Griffith, BS ChemE – Engineering Seattle, WA
• Bill Hoff, BS ME - Suisun City, CA
• Bob McGee – Engineer Green Bay, WI
• Bradley Pattee – Engineering Staff Rochester, NY
• Christopher Wilder, BS ME – Mechanical Design Engineer Colverdale, CA
• Crystal Li – Mechanical Engineer Seattle, WA
• David DuPaul, BS ME and Physics East Haven, CT
• David Wilkins – Electrical Engineer San Jose, CA
• Douglas E. Mackenzie, BS EE – Electrical Engineeer Los Gatos, CA
• Edwin Michael Taylor, EIT – Engineering Consultant Hampton, VA
• Gene Robinson, BS IE – Engineer Savannah, GA
• Gregg Brazel, BS CNE – Construction Engineering Evanston, IL
• Henry Rozumski – Aerospace Engineer/ Analyst Aiea, HI
• Jack Meagher, BS NE – Nuclear Engineer Peterborough, NH
• James Brooks, BS CE – Engineering Consultant Austin, TX
• James D. Johnson, MS Chem, M Eng – Chemist Crestview, FL
• James R. Northrup, Sr. – Welding Engineer & Journeyman Steamfitter
Ypsilanti, MI
• Jay Easwaran, PhD (Metallurgy & Materials Sci.) – Metallurgical Engineer
Indianapolis, IN
• Jeff Rogers, MS ME – Engineer Woodland Park, CO
• Jim G. Smith, MS CS – Software Developer Rockaway, NJ
• Joe S. Blackett, BS Marine Eng Hayward, CA
• John Philip Anderson, BS Eng, MS Eng Okemos, MI
• John J. Crawford, BS Engineering Opelika, AL
• John P. Machado, BS EE North Versailles, PA
• John Rexroat – Manufacturing Engineer Walnut Creek, CA
• John Shinn, PhD – Chemical Engineer Pleasant Hill, CA
• John Sotelo, BS ME, MD – Mechanical Engineer Eureka, CA
• Jon Marino, BS CE, EIT – Design Engineer Phoenix, AZ
• Keith E. Fleming, BS ME – Engineering Staff Auburn, GA
• Lawrence J. Mayka, BS EE Aurora, IL
• Michel A. Thomet, PhD EE Lafayette, CA
• Mike Meyer – Mechanical Engineer Tempe, AZ
• Nicolas Reinke, BS Eng Waupaca, WI
• Patrick Gallagher, BS ME Albuquerque, NM
• Paul Briggs, BS ME Kansas City, KS
• Rich McCampbell, BS ChemE Boston, MA
• Rich Reed, BS Structural Engineering San Diego, CA
• Richard Besco – Engineering Staff San Luis Obispo, CA
• Robert Hulsart – Computer Engineer Franklin Square, NY
• Robert Poltz, BSE, MSE – Reliability Engineering Consultant Los Angeles, CA
• Robert Charles Terhune, BS EE Sparks, NV
• Ronald Miller, Sr., BS ED – U.S. Navy (ret) Perkinston, MS
• Ronald Sabin, BS ChemE Boscawen, NH
• Sean Michael Drake – Electrical Engineer Bear, DE
• Sebastian Canaday, BS Eng – Engineering Staff Boulder, CO
• Shawn J. Jensen, BS ME, MS Eng. Mgmt. Madison, AL
• Steven Bishop, BS Electrical and Computer Eng - Senior System Adminstrator
Boise, ID
• Ted Cohn, BA CS – Over 20 years experience as a technologist, senior executive, engineer and entrepreneur
Reno, NV
• Terry Allen – Electronics Engineer Sun Valley, CA
• Terry Petersen, BSE – Electrical Engineer Chandler, AZ
• Todd C. Wurster, BS ME Corvalis, OR
• Victor Connor, MS EECS – Retired IBM engineer Normal, IL
• Warren J. Raftshol, MS CE Suttons Bay, MI
• William José Blanch, BS Aerospace Eng – Aerospace Engineer Hayward, CA
• William H. Helbig, BS Surveying, AS EE, LSIT – Land Surveyor Marietta, GA
• William Edward Parker – Retired Engineer Louisville, KY
• Aaron M. Verhulst, B.Tech – Architectural Technologist Windsor, CA
• David Andresen, BSc Eng (Civil) – Civil Engineer Sydney, NSW, Australia
• David Quinn, M.Arch – Intern Architect Halifax, NS
• Enzo Valenzetti, PhD CE – Civil Engineer Leuven, Brussels – Belgium
• Gary Benner, BA Sc, PEng – Professional Engineer, Licensed in the Province of Ontario
Toronto, ON
• Hadi Izadi, BS EE, MS EE, PhD – Vancouver, BC – Canada
• Helmuth A. Geiser – Architect Licensed in Germany Cape Coral, FL
• Jasper Tomlinson, MA(Oxon) CEnv MCIWEM – Environmental and Water Resources Engineer London – UK
• Joe Rowling – Architectural staff London, UK
• John L. Bursill – Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Avionics Sydney, NSW, Australia
• John Fisher – Quantity surveyor /construction consultant Liverpool, Merseyside, UK
• Kees van der Bent, BSc CS – Architectural Designer Utrecht, The Netherlands
• Lydia A. Browne, M. Arch – Architectural Consultant, Strategy London, UK (formally of Cincinnati, OH)
• Michael A. Rose, B Arch – Architect (Retired) Auckland, AK – New Zealand
• Philip Kienholz, B. Arch., NWTAA, PMP – Architect Hay River, NT – Canada
• Robert Tamaki, MA Sc, PE – Civil Engineer Vancouver, BC
• Steve Labbe, B.Ing ME Sherbrooke, QC
• Werner Simbeck, B ME Victoria, BC, Canada

9/11 Survivors and family members:

• William Rodriguez – WTC survivor. An American Building Maintenance employee for twenty years, responsible for inspection and maintenance at the World Trade Center, who held the master key for the stairs. He was the last person to leave the building on September 11 and has been credited with saving many lives. For his efforts, he received the National Hero Award from the Senate of Puerto Rico. Founder, Hispanic Victims Group.
• Anthony Saltalamacchia – WTC Survivor. Maintenance Supervisor at the World Trade Center, overseeing over 100 American Building Maintenance employees.
• Phillip Morelli – WTC survivor. Construction worker at the World Trade Center for seven years.
• Marlene Cruz – WTC survivor. Carpenter employed at the World Trade Center for 15 years.
• Mike Pecoraro – WTC survivor. Stationary Engineer who performed services in all of the buildings at the World Trade Center.
• Kenneth Johannemann – WTC survivor. An American Building Maintenance employee at the World Trade Center.
• Joe Shearin – WTC survivor. Assistant Chief Engineer at the World Trade Center.
• Arthur DelBianco – WTC Survivor. An American Building Maintenance employee. Worked 15 years at the World Trade Center.
• Hursley Lever – WTC Survivor. An American Building Maintenance mechanic. Worked 12 years at the World Trade Center.
• Stephen Evans – WTC survivor. BBC North American Business Correspondent. He joined BBC radio in 1983 and has worked in both the radio and television divisions.
• Marvin Jackson - WTC survivor. Employed at the Commodities Trading Commission, WTC North Tower, 36th floor.
• Tom Elliot – WTC survivor. Aon Corporation, WTC South Tower, 103rd floor.
• Frank A. DeMartini – WTC victim. Architect and WTC Construction Manager, North Tower, 88th floor. Demartini first worked at the World Trade Center when Leslie E. Robertson Associates hired him to assess damage from the terrorist truck bombing in 1993.
• Janette MacKinlay – WTC survivor. An artist who witnessed the WTC collapse from her home, which was immediately across the street, facing the WTC. Displaced from her home due to damage from the collapse.
• Chief Frank Cruthers – WTC survivor. Chief of Department, FDNY. Incident commander on 9/11.
• Chief Albert Turi, Jr. – WTC survivor. Currently serves as Chief of the Bureau of Training, FDNY. On 9/11, served as Deputy Assistant Chief of Safety, FDNY.
• Chief Orio Palmer – WTC victim. Chief of Battalion 7, FDNY, Manhattan.
• Deputy Fire Commissioner Thomas Fitzpatrick – WTC survivor. Deputy Commissioner for Administration, FDNY. In 2001, he was serving his 32nd year with FDNY. He began his career at Ladder Company 38 in the Bronx and later served in Ladder Company 4, and Rescue Company 1 in Manhattan. He served in the Marine Division and the Division of Training. He served as Senior Policy Advisor and an Executive Officer to three successive Fire Commissioners.
• Assistant Fire Commissioner Stephen Gregory – WTC survivor. Bureau of Communications, FDNY
• Assistant Fire Commissioner James Drury – WTC survivor. Bureau of Investigations and Trials, FDNY.
• Barry Jennings – WTC survivor. Witness before the 9/11 Commission. Deputy Director, Emergency Services Department, New York City Housing Authority. Was in WTC Building 7 on 9/11.
• Captain Dennis Tardio – WTC survivor. Engine 7 FDNY
• Firefighter Patrick Zoda – WTC survivor. Engine 7 FDNY
• Captain Karin DeShore – WTC survivor. Battalion 46, FDNY.
• Capt. William Walsh – WTC survivor. Currently, Captain, FDNY. On 9/11, was Lieutenant with Ladder Company 1.
• Firefighter Lou Cacchioli – Witness before the 9/11 Commission. WTC survivor. Retired 20-year veteran of FDNY, Company 47, Harlem. Injuries on 9/11 and toxic dust inhalation forced retirement.
• Firefighter John Schroeder – WTC survivor. Engine 10, FDNY. 12-year veteran on 9/11.
• Firefighter Richard Banaciski – WTC survivor. Ladder 22, FDNY.
• Firefighter Kenneth Rogers – WTC survivor. Ladder 16, FDNY.
• Firefighter Edward Cachia – WTC survivor. Engine 53, FDNY.
• Firefighter Joseph W. Montaperto – FDNY, Engine 280 and Ladder 132, Prospect Park.
• Patricia Ondrovic – WTC survivor. Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-D), Battalion 8, FDNY.
• Daniel Rivera – WTC survivor. Paramedic, Battalion 31, Station 36, FDNY, Brooklyn.
• Kevin McPadden – First Responder Volunteer at the WTC on 9/11. Former Air Force Special Operations for Search and Rescue specialist and Medic. Arrived after the collapse of the Twin Towers, but prior to the collapse of WTC 7. Eyewitness to the collapse of WTC 7. He spent the next four days searching through the rubble and nearby buildings for survivors.
• Megan Bartlett – WTC survivor. Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-D). Founder of Ground Zero for Peace. 2003 Recipient of New York City's Pax Christi Local Peacemaker Award. Victim of Toxic Dust Exposure.
• Kevin Shea – WTC survivor. FDNY Hazmat Operations. Sustained major injuries on 9/11, which forced retirement.
• Officer Craig Bartmer – WTC survivor. NYPD officer. 9/11 first responder and rescue worker. Disabled from respiratory illness caused by inhalation of toxic dust.
• Officer Sue Keane – WTC survivor. Port Authority Police Department. 8 years of service at the time of 9/11. Former Sergeant, U.S. Army. Veteran of Operation Desert Storm. 13-year Army career.
• Detective Thomas M. Inman – WTC survivor. Port Authority Police of New York. Awarded the Harry Myers medal (1992).
• Jean Hunt – Pentagon survivor. Senior Program Analyst, Pentagon. Disabled from injuries sustained in the attack on the Pentagon.
• April Gallop, Administrative Specialist, U.S. Army, and Elisha Gallop – Pentagon survivors. April suffered major injuries in the attack on the Pentagon, resulting in partial disability and medical discharge from the Army. Two-month old Elisha suffered head injuries causing hearing loss and developmental delays.
• Steve DeChiaro – Pentagon survivor. Founder of DSCI, a defense contractor. Mr. DeChiaro was walking into the Pentagon's south parking lot entrance when the Pentagon was hit on 9/11. He immediately went to the impact area and started evacuating the injured and the dying. For his heroic efforts that day, Mr. DeChiaro was awarded the Medal of Valor, the Defense Department's highest civilian award for courage and valor.
• Bill Doyle – Father of Joseph Doyle, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower. Founder of the Bill Doyle 9/11 Support Group, a bi-partisan support group of more than 7,000 members of 2,573 families. His group merged with the Coalition of 9/11 Families in 2004 and is now know as the World Trade Center United Family Group, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
• Christina Kminek – Sister of Mari-Rae Sopper, Women's gymnastics coach at the University of California at Santa Barbara, former Navy JAG and corporate attorney. Passenger American Flight 77.
• Marion Kminek – Mother of Mari-Rae Sopper, Women's gymnastics coach at the University of California at Santa Barbara, former Navy JAG and corporate attorney. Passenger American Flight 77.
• Michelle Little – Sister of Firefighter David M. Weiss, FDNY, Rescue Company 1, Midtown Manhattan, lost his life trying to rescue others from the World Trade Center the day of the attacks. Co-founder Unite in Peace.
• Bob McIlvaine – Father of Robert McIlvaine, Assistant Vice President, Merrill Lynch, WTC North Tower, 106th floor. Former school teacher.
• Colleen Kelly – Sister of Bill Kelly, Jr., Bloomberg Financial Services, WTC North Tower. Co-founder of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows.
• Barry Zelman – Brother of Kenneth Zelman, Oracle Corp., on assignment at Marsh & McLennan, WTC North Tower, 99th floor.
• Kristen Breitweiser – Wife of Ronald Michael Breitweiser, Senior Vice President at Fiduciary Trust International, WTC South Tower. One of the four Jersey Girls, New Jersey residents who were widowed by 9/11. Member of the Family Steering Committee for the 9/11 Commission. Instrumental in the eventual creation of the 9/11 Commission. Mrs. Breitweiser is an attorney. Selected as one of Ms. Magazine's 2004 Women of the Year. Awarded the 2005 Ridenhour Truth-Telling Prize for her work with the Jersey Girls. Author of Wake-Up Call, the Political Education of a 9/11 Widow.
• Patty Casazza – Wife of John F. Casazza, a government bond trader at Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower, 104th floor. One of the four Jersey Girls, New Jersey residents who were widowed by 9/11. Member of the Family Steering Committee for the 9/11 Commission. Board member of September 11th Advocates. Instrumental in the eventual creation of the 9/11 Commission. Selected as one of Ms. Magazine's 2004 Women of the Year.
• Lorie Van Auken – Wife of Kenneth Van Auken, a bond trader at Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower, 105th floor. One of the four Jersey Girls, New Jersey residents who were widowed by 9/11. Co-chair of the Family Steering Committee for the 9/11 Independent Commission. Instrumental in the eventual creation of the 9/11 Commission. Selected as one of Ms. Magazine's 2004 Women of the Year.
• Mindy Kleinberg – Wife of Allan Kleinberg, a securities trader at Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower, 104th floor. One of the four Jersey Girls, New Jersey residents who were widowed by 9/11. Co-chair of the Family Steering Committee for the 9/11 Independent Commission. Instrumental in the eventual creation of the 9/11 Commission. Mrs. Kleinberg is a Certified Public Accountant, formerly with Deloitte-Touche. Selected as one of Ms. Magazine's 2004 Women of the Year.
• Patricia Perry – Mother of Officer John W. Perry, Esq., NYPD, lost in the collapse of the WTC North Tower. She is a former Board member and past President of the New York Civil Liberties Union.
• Monica Gabrielle – Wife of Richard S. Gabrielle, insurance broker, Aon Corporation, WTC South Tower, 103rd floor. One of the twelve members of the Family Steering Committee for the 9/11 Commission. Board member of September 11th Advocates. Co-chair of the Skyscraper Safety Campaign.
• Sally Regenhard – Mother of Firefighter Christian Michael Otto Regenhard, Ladder Company 131, FDNY, Red Hook, who went missing at the WTC. One of the twelve members of the Family Steering Committee for the 9/11 Commission. Founder and co-chair of the Skyscraper Safety Campaign.
• Beverly Eckert – Wife of Sean Rooney, Aon Corporation, WTC South Tower, 98th floor. One of the twelve members of the Family Steering Committee for the 9/11 Commission.
• Marilynn M. Rosenthal, PhD (1930 - 2007) – Mother of Josh Rosenthal, a portfolio manager at Fiduciary Trust International, WTC South Tower. Professor Emerita of Sociology, University of Michigan at Dearborn. Adjunct Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, UM Medical School. Elected Fellow of the British and Swedish Royal Societies of Medicine. Recipient of numerous grants and honors, including a Danforth Fellowship, UM Hopwood writing award, a Distinguished Faculty Research Award and a Fulbright Western European Research Award. Author or co-author of numerous books about the practice of medicine, including: Medical Error (2002), Medical Mishaps (1999), Health Policy: Understanding Our Choices (1998), Medical Mishaps (1997). The Incompetent Doctor: Behind Closed Doors (1995), Health Care Systems and Their Patients: An International Perspective (1992), Dealing with Medical Malpractice: British and Swedish Experience (1988), Health Care in the People's Republic of China (1987).
• Bruce De Cell – Father-in-law of Mark Petrocelli, age 28, WTC, North Tower, 92nd floor. Retired New York City police officer.
• Manny Badillo – Nephew of Thomas J. Sgroi, Marsh & McLennan, WTC North Tower, 95th floor.
• Eileen Torres, Marisol Torres, Carmen Zayas – Cousins of Lieutenant Manuel Delvalle, Jr., Engine Co. 5, Manhattan, FDNY.
• Derrill Bodley (1945 - 2005) – Professor of Music, University of the Pacific. Father of Deora Bodley, passenger on United Flight 93.
• Ellen Mariani – Wife of Neil Mariani, United Flight 175
• Daniel Wallace (1984 - 2007) – Son of Lt. Robert Wallace, Engine 205, Ladder 118, FDNY.
• Rosaleen Tallon DaRos – Sister of Firefighter Sean Patrick Tallon, Ladder Company 10, FDNY.
• Gordon and Kathleen Haberman – Parents of Andrea Lyn Haberman, Carr Futures, WTC North Tower, 92nd floor. Board Member Liaisons, National Air Disaster Alliance.
• Rosemary Cain – Mother of Firefighter George C. Cain, Ladder Company 7, Manhattan, FDNY.
• Brian Smith – Brother of Firefighter Kevin Smith. Charter member of the FDNY hazardous materials unit. On 9/11 served on the Mayor's Office of Emergency Management.
• Joanne Barbara – Wife of Assistant Chief Gerard Barbara, FDNY
• Gayle Barker – Sister of William A. Karnes, Marsh & McLennan, WTC North Tower
• Michele Bergsohn – Wife of Alvin Bergsohn, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower
• Derrill Bodley – Father of Deora Bodley, passenger on United Flight 93. (See also individual statement above.)
• Kathryn C. Bowden – Sister of Thomas H. Bowden, Jr., Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower, 104th floor
• Janet Calia – Wife of Dominick Calia, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower
• Maggie Cashman – Wife of William Joseph Cashman, United Flight 93
• Lynne Castrianno Galante – Sister of Leonard Castrianno, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower, 105th floor
• Elza Chapa-McGowan – Daughter of Rosemary Chapa, Defense Intelligence Agency, Pentagon
• Bruce De Cell – Father-in-law of Mark Petrocelli, broker, Carr Futures, WTC North Tower, 92nd floor. (See also individual statement above.)
• Ralph D'Esposito – Father of Michael D'Esposito, Marsh & McLennan, WTC North Tower, 96th floor
• Loisanne Diehl – Wife of Michael D. Diehl, Vice President, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC South Tower, 90th floor
• Adina D. Eisenberg – Sister of Eric Eisenberg, Aon Corporation, WTC South Tower
• Jonathan M. Fisher – Son of Dr. Gerald Paul "Geep" Fisher, Booz, Allen & Hamilton, Pentagon
• Michael J. Fox – Brother of Jeffrey L. Fox, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC South Tower, 89th floor
• Laurel A. Gay – Sister of Peter A. Gay, Vice President, Raytheon, American Flight 11
• Irene Golinsky – Wife of Col. Ronald F. Golinski U.S. Army (ret), Pentagon
• Lori, Jerry, and Beatrice Guadagno – Sister and Parents of Richard Guadagno, Manager, Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge, United Flight 93
• Kristen Hall – Daughter of Firefighter Thomas Kuveikis, FDNY, Squad 252
• Kurt D. Horning – Father of Matthew D. Horning, Marsh & McLennan, WTC North Tower, 95th floor
• Joel Horwitz – Lost beloved cousin in WTC North Tower
• Jennifer W. Hunt – Wife of William C. Hunt, Vice President, Euro Brokers, WTC South Tower
• John Keating – Son of Barbara Keating, passenger on American Flight 11
• L. Russell Keene II – Father of Russ Keene III, Equities Analyst, Keefe Bruyette & Woods, WTC South Tower, 89th floor
• Peter Kousoulis – Brother of Danielle Kousoulis, Vice President, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower
• Paul and Barbara Kirwin – Parents of Glenn Davis Kirwin, Partner, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower, 105th floor
• Barbara Krukowski-Rastelli – Mother of Firefighter William E. Krukowski, FDNY, Ladder Company 21, Manhattan
• Laura and Ira Lassman – Parents of Nicholas C. Lassman, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower
• Johnny Lee – Husband of Lorraine Greene Lee, Aon Corporation, WTC South Tower, 101st floor
• Alicia LeGuillow – Mother of Nestor A. Cintron III, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower
• Francine Levine – Sister of Adam K. Ruhalter, Controller, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower
• Ellen Mariani – Wife of Neil Mariani, United Flight 175 (See also individual statement above.)
• Bob McIlvaine – Father of Robert McIlvaine, Assistant Vice President, Merrill Lynch, WTC North Tower, 106th floor (See also individual statement above.)
• Mary McWilliams – Mother of Firefighter Martin E. McWilliams, FDNY, Engine Company 22, Upper East Side
• Daryl J. Meehan – Brother of Colleen Ann Barkow, Project Manager, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower, 105th floor
• Elvira P. Murphy – Wife of Patrick Murphy, Vice President, Marsh & McLennan, WTC North Tower
• Jessica Murrow – Wife of Stephen Adams, Manager, Windows on the World, WTC North Tower
• Natalee Pecorelli – Sister of Thomas Pecorelli, Cameraman for Fox Sports Net and E! Entertainment Television. American Flight 11
• James L Perry, MD, and Patricia J. Perry – Parents of John W. Perry, Esq., NYPD Officer. (See also individual statement above.)
• David Potorti – Brother of James Potorti, Vice President, Marsh & McLennan, WTC North Tower, 96th floor
• Terry Kay Rockefeller – Sister of Laura Rockefeller, Risk Waters Group, WTC North Tower
• Grissel Rodriguez-Valentin – Wife of Benito Valentin, American Express, WTC North Tower, 94th floor
• Alissa Rosenberg-Torres – Wife of Luis Eduardo Torres, Senior Broker, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower
• Ralph & Brigitte Sabbag – Parents of Jason Sabbag, Portfolio Manager, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC South Tower
• Elaine Saber – Mother of Scott Saber, UBS Warburg, WTC North Tower, 106th floor
• Julie Scarpitta – Mother of Michelle Scarpitta, Euro Brokers, WTC South Tower, 84th floor
• Paula Shapiro – Mother of Eric Eisenberg, Aon Corporation, WTC South Tower
• Elizabeth Turner – Wife of Simon Turner, Publishing Director, Risk Waters Group, WTC North Tower
• Adele Welty – Mother of Firefighter Timothy Welty, FDNY, Squad 288, Queens
• Joan W. Winton – Mother of David Winton, Vice President, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC South Tower, 89th floor
• David Yancey – Husband of Vicki Yancey, Vrendenburg Co. American Flight 77
• Nissa Youngren – Daughter of Robert G. LeBlanc, Professor Emeritus of Geography, University of New Hampshire. United Flight 175.
• Mary Palmer-Murphy – Sister of Chief Orio Palmer, Battalion 7, FDNY, Manhattan.
• Nicole Gabrielle – Daughter of Richard S. Gabrielle, insurance broker, Aon Corporation, WTC South Tower, 103rd floor.
• Sue Mladenik – Wife of Jeffrey Mladenik, CEO, eLogic. Passenger on American Flight 11.
• Agnes McCaffrey – Sister of Chief Orio Palmer, Battalion 7, FDNY, Manhattan.
• Paul and Barbara Kirwin – Parents of Glenn Davis Kirwin, Partner, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower, 105th floor.
• Nancy, Terry, Meaghan, Connor and Christopher Nee – Sister, brother-in-law and niece and nephews of Firefighter George C. Cain, Ladder Company 7, Manhattan, FDNY.
• Linda S. LeBlanc – Sister of N. Janis Lasden, passenger on American Flight 11.
• Cathie and Harry Ong – Sister and brother of Betty Ong, Flight Attendant, American Flight 11.
• Edward J. Herrera – Brother-in-law of Betty Ong, Flight Attendant, American Flight 11.
• Kathy Maher – Wife of Daniel L. Maher, Vice President, Marsh & McLennan, WTC North Tower, 98th floor.
• Carlos Lopez – Step-father of Ruben Esquilin, Jr., maintenance worker for Fiduciary Trust International, WTC South Tower, 97th floor.
• Paula Minara – Wife of Firefighter Robert Minara, Ladder 25, FDNY.
• Judith Jackson Reiss – Mother of Joshua Scott Reiss, Bond Trader, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower, 105th floor.
• Irene Boehm – Wife of Bruce D. Boehm, Government Agencies Broker, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower, 104th floor.
• Barry and Ryan Amundson – Brothers of Spc. Craig Amundson, U.S. Army, Pentagon.
• Teresa Traina – Mother of Christopher M. Traina, Carr Futures, WTC North Tower, 92 floor.
• Jeanne and Joseph Maurer – Parents of Jill Campbell, Administrative Assistant, Baseline Financial Services, WTC South Tower, 78th floor.
• Linda Maurer – Sister of Jill Campbell, Administrative Assistant, Baseline Financial Services, WTC South Tower, 78th floor.
• Frank Kminek – Father of Mari-Rae Sopper, former Navy JAG and corporate attorney. Passenger American Flight 77.
• Margaret Mauro – Twin sister of Dorothy Mauro , Marsh & McLennan, WTC North Tower, 97th floor.
• Jonathan M. Fisher – Son of Dr. Gerald Paul "Geep" Fisher, Booz, Allen & Hamilton, Pentagon.
• Carole O'Hare – Daughter of Hilda Marcin, passenger United Flight 93.
• Susan Carroll – Mother of Kevin N. Colbert, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC, South Tower, 89th floor.
• Matthew Carroll – Brother of Kevin N. Colbert, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC, South Tower, 89th floor.
• John Hutchins – Step-father of Kevin N. Colbert, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC, South Tower, 89th floor.
• John Keating – Son of Barbara Keating, passenger American Flight 11.
• Thomas Murphy – Father of Patrick Sean Murphy, Vice President, Marsh & McLennan, WTC North Tower, 97th floor.
• Marcia Lillianthal – Mother of Steven B. Lillianthal, Bond Broker, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower, 105th floor.
• Sally-Ann Asaro – Sister of Firefighter Carl F. Asaro, Ninth Battalion, Manhattan, FDNY.
• Mike and Bobbie Low – Parents of Sara Low, Flight Attendant, American Flight 11.
• Alyson Low – Sister of Sara Low, Flight Attendant, American Flight 11.
• George and Ruth Koch – Parents of Leslie Whittington, parents-in-law of Charles Falkenberg, and grandparents of Zoe and Dana, all passengers on American Flight 77.
• Alissa Torres – Wife of Luis Torres, Senior Broker, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower, 105th floor.
• Sneh, Vandna, and Sargam Jain – Wife and children of Yudh V.S. Jain. PhD, Senior Project Manager at eSpeed, a division of Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower, 106th floor.
• Marla Kleinberg – Sister of Allan Kleinberg, a securities trader at Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower, 104th floor.
• Linda R. Gay – Widow of Peter A. Gay, Vice President of Operations, Raytheon, passenger, American Flight 11.
• Bhola and Basmattie Bishundat – Parents of Kris Romeo Bishundat, U.S. Navy, Pentagon.
• Britt Ehnar – Mother of David Tengelin, Accountant, Marsh & McLennan, WTC North Tower, 100th floor.
• Patric Tengelin – Brother of David Tengelin, Accountant, Marsh & McLennan, WTC North Tower, 100th floor.
• Mary McWilliams – Mother of Firefighter Martin McWilliams, Engine Company 22, Upper East Side, FDNY.
• Ted and Carol Suarez – Parents of David Suarez, employee of Deloitte Consulting, working at Marsh & McLennan, WTC North Tower, 99th floor.
• Salvatore Venuto – Brother of Adriane Scibetta, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower.
• Anthony Gardner – Brother of Harvey Gardner, General Telecom, WTC North Tower, 83rd floor.
• Carol Ashley – Mother of Janice Ashley, Fred Alger Management, WTC North Tower, 93rd floor. (See also individual statement above.)
• Megan McCourt – Fiance of Mario Nardone, Bond Broker, Euro Brokers, WTC South Tower, 84th floor.
• Barbara Reiss – Aunt of Joshua Scott Reiss, Bond Trader, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower, 105th floor.
• April Gallop, Administrative Specialist, U.S. Army – Pentagon survivor. (See also individual statement above.)
• Betsy Parks – Sister of Robert Parks, Jr., Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower, 105th floor.
• Terry Kay Rockefeller – Sister of Laura Rockefeller, Risk Waters Group, WTC North Tower.
• Adele Milanowycz – Mother of Gregory Milanowycz, Aon Corporation WTC South Tower, 93rd floor.
• Leonard A. Castrianno – Father of Leonard M. Castrianno, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower, 105th floor.
• Bob McIlvaine – Father of Robert McIlvaine, Assistant Vice President, Merrill Lynch, WTC North Tower, 106th floor.
• Michelle Little – Sister of Firefighter David M. Weiss, FDNY, Rescue Company 1, Midtown Manhattan. Co-founder Unite in Peace
• Barbara Pandolfo – Mother of Dominique Pandolfo, Marsh & McLennan, WTC North Tower, 99th floor.
• Robert Bird – Cousin of Gary Bird, Senior Vice President at Marsh & McLennan, WTC North Tower, 99th floor.
• Barbara Scaramuzzino – Mother of Firefighter Nicholas Rossomando, Rescue Company 5, FDNY.
• A. Scott Cleere – Son of James D. Cleere, Vice President of Seabury & Smith, a division of Marsh & McLennan, WTC North Tower, 96th floor.
• Vickie Arestegui – Sister of Barbara Arestegui, Flight Attendant on American Flight 11.
• Mike McNulty – Uncle of Sean Peter McNulty, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC North Tower, 102nd floor.

Entertainment and Media Professionals, Writers and Athletes:

• Michael Moore – Academy Award and Cannes Palme d'Or Award-winning producer, director, writer and author. His film and television projects includes; Sicko (2007), Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004), Bowling for Columbine (2002), The Awful Truth (4 TV episodes, 1999), And Justice for All (1998), TV Nation (1997), The Big One (1997), Canadian Bacon (1995), Pets or Meat: The Return to Flint (1992), Roger & Me (1989). Author of Dude, Where's My Country? (2004), Stupid White Men (2004), Will They Ever Trust Us Again? (2005).
• Christine Ebersole – Tony Award-winning actress. Ryan's Hope, One Life to Live, Saturday Night Live, Amadeus, Steel Magnolias (Broadway), The Best Man (Broadway), Dinner at Eight (Broadway), 42nd Street (Broadway), Grey Gardens (Broadway)
• Ed Begley, Jr. – Six-time Emmy Award-nominated actor. St. Elsewhere. 7th Heaven, Arrested Development, Six Feet Under.
• Juliette Binoche – Academy Award-winning actress for The English Patient. Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominations for her role in Chocolat. Winner Best Actress, European Film Awards (twice), Berlin Film Festival, Venice Film Festival, Cesar Awards. Winner Best Supporting Actress, British Academy Awards, National Board of Review.
• Ed Asner – Seven-time Emmy Award-winning actor. Mary Tyler Moore Show, Lou Grant, Roots, Rich Man, Poor Man.
• Martin Sheen – 12-time nominated and 3-time Emmy Award winning and Golden Globe winning Actor. Star of numerous movies in his 46-year career; he's best known for his roles in the movies Apocalypse Now and The Execution of Private Slovak and the television series, West Wing. Father of actors: Emilio Estévez, Ramón Luis Estévez, Charlie Sheen and Renée Estévez.
• Charlie Sheen – Golden Globe-winning actor. Platoon, Wall Street, Spin City, Two and a Half Men. Son of actor, Martin Sheen, and brother of actors: Emilio Estévez, Ramón Luis Estévez, and Renée Estévez.
• Daniel Sunjata, MA – Tony Award-nominated actor who has performed in film, television and in the theater. Brother to Brother, The Devil Wears Prada, Rescue Me, All My Children, Take Me Out (Broadway). He plays the starring role of Reggie Jackson in the upcoming ESPN mini-series The Bronx is Burning.
• Peter Lance, MA, JD – Witness before the 9/11 Commission. Five-time Emmy Award-winning television producer, screenwriter, journalist, and author. Former Chief Investigative Correspondent for ABC News, 20/20, Nightline, and World News Tonight. Writer and story editor for NBC's Miami Vice and Crime Story. Co-executive producer of CBS' Wiseguy. Co-creator of ABC's Missing Persons. Writer and producer on NBC's JAG and UPN's The Sentinel. Author of Gross Misconduct (1993), First Degree Burn (1997), Stingray: Lethal Tactics of the Sole Survivor (expose of the Survivor television show) (2000), 1000 Years for Revenge: International Terrorism and the FBI (2004), Cover Up: What the Government is Still Hiding about the War on Terror (2005), Triple Cross (2006).
• Woody Harrelson – Emmy Award-winning and Academy Award-nominated actor. Cheers, White Men Can't Jump, The Cowboy Way, Indecent Proposal, Natural Born Killers, Kingpin, The People vs. Larry Flynt, After the Sunset, A Prairie Home Companion, A Scanner Darkly.
• Rosie O'Donnell – 7-time Emmy Award-winning actress, comedienne, and television talk show host. The Rosie O'Donnell Show, The View, Exit to Eden, The Flintstones, A League of Their Own.
• Mos Def – Image Award-winning and Emmy Award and Golden Globe-nominated actor. Something the Lord Made, Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, The Italian Job, Brown Sugar, The Woodsman, Topdog/Underdog (Broadway). Host of HBO's Def Poetry, 2002 - present. Recording artist and performer.
• Mark Ruffalo – Award winning actor. Films include Zodiac (2007), All the King's Men (2006), Just Like Heaven (2005), Rumor Has It (2005), 13 Going on 30 (2004), Collateral (2004), Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004), You Can Count on Me (2000) and many others.
• Janeane Garofalo – Two-time Emmy Award-nominated actress, comedienne, writer, and talk show host. The Larry Sanders Show, The Truth About Cats and Dogs, The Matchmaker, The Majority Report.
• Dean Haglund – Actor. X-Files. The Lone Gunmen.
• Mimi Kennedy – Actress. Dharma and Greg, Hair (Broadway) Chair Progressive Democrats of America.
• Peter Coyote – Emmy Award-winning actor, narrator, and author. Acted in over 90 films and has narrated over 120 documentaries. Author of the memoir, Sleeping Where I Fell (2004).
• Michelle Phillips – Recording artist and Golden Globe Award-nominated actress. Knots Landing (1987 - 1993). Former member of The Mamas and the Papas. Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000. Author of California Dreamin': The True Story of the Mamas and the Papas (1986).
• Neal Rogin – Emmy-award winning and Academy Award-nominated screenwriter, performer and social observer. Associate producer and head writer for the LIVE AID Concert for African Famine Relief 16-hour global radio broadcast, which reached more than 1.5 billion people in 160 countries around the world, was the largest broadcast event in history. Co-author of The Trimtab Factor (with Harold Willens) (1984), The Owner's Manual for Your Life (1982), and You Don't Have to Rehearse to Be Yourself (1980) ( both with Stewart Emery).
• Gina Belafonte – Actress, producer, artist, teacher, community activist. Member, Board of Directors, Amer-I-Can Foundation. Daughter of Harry Belafonte.
• Robert Baer – Best-selling author, screenwriter, and actor. Academy Award-winning Syriana was based on Baer's memoir See No Evil. Writer and on-camera presenter for Emmy Award-nominated documentary Cult of the Suicide Bomber. Former CIA Case Officer, Specialist in the Middle East, Directorate of Operations. Awarded Career Intelligence Medal. 21-year CIA veteran. Author of two nonfiction books about CIA operations, See No Evil (2002) and Sleeping with the Devil (2004) and the novel Blow the House Down (2007).
• James Brolin – Emmy Award-winning and two-time Golden Globe Award-winning actor. Marcus Welby, M.D., Hotel, Pensacola: Wings of Gold, The West Wing, Gable and Lombard, Capricorn One, High Risk, The Amityville Horror.
• David Lynch – Two-time winner of France's César Award for Best Foreign Film. Four-time Academy Award-nominated director, producer, and writer. President of the Jury at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival, where he had previously won the Palme d'Or in 1990. Eraserhead,The Elephant Man, Dune, Blue Velvet, Twin Peaks, Lost Highway, Mulholland Dr., Wild at Heart, INLAND EMPIRE
• Richard Linklater – Academy Award-nominated director and writer. Slacker, Waking Life, A Scanner Darkly, Dazed and Confused, subUrbia, Before Sunrise, The School of Rock, Bad News Bears, Before Sunset, Fast Food Nation.
• Antoine Fuqua – Director. Shooter (2007), The Call (2006), Murder Book (2005) (TV), King Arthur (2004), Lightning in a Bottle (2004), Tears of the Sun (2003), Training Day (2001), Bait (2000), The Replacement Killers (1998). Has directed numerous music videos for such artists as Arrested Development, Prince, Stevie Wonder, Toni Braxton, Pras, Usher Raymond, Heavy D & the Boyz, and Coolio.
• Aaron Russo (1943 - 2007) – Emmy Award and Tony Award-winning producer and director. Russo's films, which include Trading Places (starring Eddie Murphy and Dan Aykroyd) and The Rose (starring Bette Midler), have received six academy award nominations. His films have also won a number of Golden Globe awards. Personally awarded an Emmy for the Bette Midler TV special, OL' Red Hair is Back, and a gold record for producing the Soundtrack to The Rose.
• Danny Schechter, MA – Co-founder and executive producer of Globalvision, a New York-based television and film production company. Two-time Emmy Award-winning reporter, writer, director, producer, and author. Former producer ABC's 20/20. Producer and investigative reporter at CNN. Documentary film producer and director of numerous documentaries, including; Counting on Democracy, Nkosi: A Voice of Africa's AIDS Orphans, Falun Gong's Challenge to China, A Hero for All: Nelson Mandela's Farewell, The World of Elie Wiesel, Countdown to Freedom: Ten Days that Changed South Africa, Nelson Mandela: Free at Last. Author of When News Lies (2006), The Death of Media: And the Fight to Save Democracy (2005), Embedded - Weapons of Mass Deception: How the media failed to cover the war in Iraq (2003), Media Wars: News at a Time of Terror (2003), Falun Gong’s Challenge to China: Spiritual Practice or "Evil Cult" ( 2002), News Dissector: Passions Pieces and Polemics 1960-2000 (2001), Mediaocracy Hail to the Thief 2001: How the Media "Stole" the U.S. Presidential Election (2000), The More You Watch the Less You Know (1997).
• Rory O'Connor – Co-founder and president of the international media firm Globalvision, Inc. and The Global Center, an affiliated non-profit educational foundation. He has directed, written and/or produced hundreds of television investigative documentaries, programs, and films, including PBS' Frontline, the nightly PBS program The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour, and the weekly CBS News series 48 Hours. His broadcast and film work has been honored with a George Polk Award, a Writer's Guild Award, two Emmys, an Iris, a Cine Gold Eagle, and many other awards. He is Executive Producer of 9/11: Press for Truth.
• Kevin Smith – Producer, director, writer, actor. Co-executive producer, Good Will Hunting. Writer/director, Clerks, Clerks II, Chasing Amy, Dogma, Jersey Girl. Recipient; Award of the Youth, Cannes Film Festival (1994), Filmmakers Trophy, Sundance Film Festival (1994), Best Screenplay, Independent Spirit Awards (1997). Head writer of several comic books; Green Arrow, Daredevil, Spider-Man, The Target, Black Cat. Recipient of Harvey Award, for Best New Talent in comic books (1999). Author of Clerks and Chasing Amy: Two Screenplays (1997), Bluntman & Chronic (2001), Chasing Dogma (2001), Silent Bob Speaks (2005), Tales from the Clerks (2006), My Boring-Ass Life (2007).
• Tim Sparke – Founder of film and television production and distribution company, MercuryMedia. Formerly with Walt Disney/ABC, Thames Television, Itel and at WTN, where he set up their Programmes and Entertainment Division. Executive Producer of Loose Change - The Final Cut, which will be released to theaters later in 2007.
• Jim Cirile – Screenwriter and journalist. Films include Banned, Hardball, Bounty Hunters, Hawk's Vengeance. Columnist for Creative Screenwriting Magazine.
• Sam Seder – Comedian, writer, actor, film director, television producer-director, and host of Air America Radio's talk show The Sam Seder Show (formerly The Majority Report). Author of F.U.B.A.R.: America's Right-Wing Nightmare (co-authored with Stephen Sherrill, 2006).
• Michael Pritchard – Nationally acclaimed keynote speaker and facilitator, narrator, comedian and actor. Starred in six critically acclaimed video education series focused on youth guidance and violence prevention that have aired nationally on PBS, including: LifeSteps (2004, 6 episodes), Saving Our Schools from Hate and Violence (1999, 2 episodes), Peace Talks (1997, 10 episodes), Big Changes - Big Choices (1994, 12 episodes), You Can Choose! (1990-92 10 episodes), The Power of Choice (1988, 12 episodes). Awarded Marin Community Foundations' Beryl Buck Award for achievement in promoting non-violence 2002. Winner San Francisco International Stand Up Comedy Competition 1980. Former juvenile counselor and probation officer. Recipient of California Probation Officer of the Year Award 1980. Author of Listen to What Your Kids Aren't Telling You (2005).
• Eminem – Academy Award and 9-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist, performer, record producer, and actor. Over 70 million copies of his albums have been sold. Films: 8 Mile (2002), The Wash (2001), Have Gun — Will Travel (2008).
• Paris – Recording artist and performer.
• Georgia Kelly – Composer and recording artist. Albums include Perennials, Winter Classics, Seapeace, A Journey Home, Gardens of the Sun, Ancient Echoes, Fresh Impressions, Harp and Soul, Tarashanti, Birds of Paradise, Sounds of Spirit, and Rainbow Butterfly. Founder and director of the Praxis Peace Institute, a non-profit education organization.
• Warren Cuccurullo – Recording artist and performer. Member, Duran Duran 1989 - 2001. Member, Missing Persons, 1980 - 1986. Guitarist for Frank Zappa, 1979 - 1980.
• Matthew Bellamy – Recording artist and performer. Lead guitarist for Muse.
• Immortal Technique – Recording artist and performer.
• Tom DeLonge – Guitarist and vocalist of Angels and Airwaves. Formerly with the bands Blink-182 and Box Car Racer.
• Richie Havens – Singer, songwriter, performer, artist. Author of They Can't Hide Us Anymore (1999)
• Corey Taylor – Lead singer of both the Grammy Award-winning band Slipknot and the Grammy Award-nominated band Stone Sour.
• Ministry – 4-time Grammy Award-nominated recording artists and performers. The band was formed in 1981 by lead vocalist and keyboardist/guitarist, Al Jourgensen. In addition to Jourgensen, current band members include; Tommy Victor (guitar), David Ellefson (bass), John Bechdel (keyboard), Mike Scaccia (guitar), Sin Quirin (guitar), and Jimmy DeGrasso (drums).
• Dan Tyler – Nashville songwriter, recording artist, performer and novelist. His songs have become hits for LeAnn Rimes, Kenny Rogers, The Oak Ridge Boys, Eddie Arnold, B.J. Thomas, Eddie Rabbit, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and many others. Author of Music City Confidential (1996).
• Jadakiss – Recording artist and performer.
• David Rovics – Recording artist and performer.
• Michael Franti – Musician, poet, filmmaker, human rights worker. Vocalist and guitar player for Spearhead. Producer, writer, and director of the award-winning documentary film I Know I'm Not Alone (2005).
• Chris Videll – Nashville song writer and performer. Vocalist and guitar player for Reigning Hounds.
• Liars – Recording artists and performers. Angus Andrew (vocals/guitar), Aaron Hemphill (percussion, guitar, synth), and Julian Gross (drums).
• Ace Baker – Gold record-winning composer, recording artist and performer. Composer for several feature films, television shows, CD's, and commercials. Former touring keyboardist and musical director for Mary Wilson and the Supremes. Also touring keyboardist for REO Speedwagon and Mother’s Finest.
• Alex Jones – Talk show host. Documentary film producer. Considered by many to be the grandfather of what has become known as the 9/11 Truth Movement. In July and August 2001, Jones predicted an impending false-flag terrorist attack in the U.S., conducted by the U.S. government, and that it would be blamed on Osama bin Laden. He specifically mentioned the World Trade Center and airliners as possible targets. He implored his listeners and viewers to phone the White House and tell them to call it off.
• Barrie Zwicker – Television journalist, writer, producer and political and environmental activist. Media critic, Vision TV 1989 - 2003. Media critic on CBC-TV. Former print journalist at The Vancouver Province, The Detroit News, the Flint Journal, The Lansing State Journal, The Toronto Star and for eight years at "Canada's National Newspaper," The Globe and Mail. Recipient of the top three awards of the Education Writers' Association of North America. Over 50 year career as a print and television journalist and commentator. Instructor of journalism at Ryerson Polytechnic University for 7 years. Director of the International Citizens' Inquiry Into 9/11 2004. Producer of the documentary The Great Conspiracy: The 9/11 News Special You Never Saw (2004) Author, co-author or editor of Towers of Deception: The Media Cover-Up of 9/11 (2006).
• Richard Greene – Air America Radio talk show host. Internationally acclaimed communication coach. An attorney by trade from USC Law School, Richard left the practice of law to share his communication skills with presidents, prime ministers, political candidates, CEO's and CFO's of Fortune 500 companies, attorneys, judges, actors, and others. Frequent media analyst on communication skills, specializing in analysis of political events, he has made over 500 personal appearances on CNN, NBC and ABC News, "Nightline", "Good Morning America", The BBC, and many others. Covered the 1996, 2000 and 2004 Republican and Democratic National Conventions for various networks and analyzed the presidential debates for USA Today. Author of Words That Shook The World (2002).
• Randi Rhodes – Radio talk show host
• Lou Dobbs – Peabody Award-winning television journalist. Recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Emmy Award. Anchor and managing editor of CNN's hour-long weeknight program Lou Dobbs Tonight, which attracts CNN's largest audience, of about 800,000. Host of a syndicated radio show and a regular columnist in Money magazine, U.S. News & World Report and the New York Daily News. Formerly host of the business news program CBS News Sunday Morning. Author of Exporting America: Why Corporate Greed Is Shipping American Jobs Overseas (2004), Space: The Next Business Frontier (2005), The War on the Middle Class (2006).
• Robert Fisk, PhD – Middle East Correspondent for The Independent 1988 - present. Britain’s most highly decorated foreign correspondent. Recipient of the British Press Awards' International Journalist of the Year award seven times and the Reporter of the Year award twice. Specialist on the Middle East, he has lived in Beirut for 30 years. Previously, Correspondent for The Times 1972 - 1988. Fisk has covered the Iranian revolution, the Iran-Iraq war, the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, the Persian Gulf war, the wars in Lebanon, NATO's war with Yugoslavia, the ongoing Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and the recent US/UK invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq. Recipient of Amnesty International UK Press Award and the John Hopkins SIAS-CIBA prize for International Journalism. Author of The Great War for Civilisation: the Conquest of the Middle East (2007), War, Journalism, And the Middle East (audio book, 2006), Pity the Nation: The Abduction of Lebanon (Lebanon at War) (fourth edition, 2002), In Time of War: Ireland, Ulster, and the Price of Neutrality (1982, 1983, 1996), The Point of No Return: The Strike which Broke the British in Ulster (1975).
• Meria Heller – Internet radio talk show host 2000 - present.
• Stephen Evans – WTC survivor. BBC North American Business Correspondent. He joined BBC radio in 1983 and has worked in both the radio and television divisions.
• A.J. Hammer – Anchor of CNN's Showbiz Tonight. Also host of a program on Sirius Satellite Radio since 2001. Former host of Court TV's Hollywood Heat. Former host of VH1's Top Ten Countdown, as well as a daily music and entertainment show. He has covered the entertainment industry for 20 years.
• Jim Hightower – Best-selling author, national radio commentator, writer, and public speaker. Former two-term Texas Agriculture Commissioner. Author of Cable News Confidential: My Misadventures in Corporate Media (2006), Let's Stop Beating Around the Bush (2004), Thieves in High Places: They've Stolen Our Country and It's Time to Take It Back (2004), If the Gods Had Meant Us to Vote, They'd Have Given Us Candidates (2001), There's Nothing in the Middle of the Road but Yellow Stripes and Dead Armadillos: A Work of Political Subversion (1998).
• Mike Malloy – Radio talk show host since 1987. Currently heard on Nova M Radio Network. Previously with Air America, I.E. America Radio Network, WLS (Chicago), WSB (Atlanta). Prior to his radio program, Malloy was a news writer with CNN from 1984 to 1987
• Amy Goodman – Host and executive producer of Democracy Now! on Pacifica Radio Network. Best-selling author. Former news director of WBAI radio, New York. Recipient of numerous awards for excellence in broadcast journalism, including: George Polk Award for Radio Reporting, Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Prize for International Radio Documentary, Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia Silver Baton for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism, Edwin H. Major Armstrong Award for Best Radio Documentary, National Federation of Community Broadcasters Golden Reels Award (several), Society of Professional Journalists Award for Best Investigative Reporting, United Press International Award for Best Radio Feature, Associated Press Award for Best Enterprise Reporting and many others. Co-author with David Goodman of The Exception to the Rulers: Exposing Oily Politicians, War Profiteers, and the Media That Love Them (2004), Static: Government Liars, Media Cheerleaders, and the People who Fight Back (2006). Co-author with Noam Chomsky and Paul Goodman of Getting Haiti Right This Time: The U.S. And The Coup (2004) .
• Thom Hartmann – Radio talk show host and best-selling author. Former psychotherapist. Co-founder (with his wife, Louise) of The New England Salem Children’s Village (1978) and The Hunter School (1997), he has led national innovations in the areas of residential treatment for abused children and private/public education for learning-disabled children.

Author of Screwed: The Undeclared War Against The Middle Class and What We Can Do About It (2006), Walking Your Blues Away: Practical Bilateral Therapies for Healing the Mind and Optimizing Emotional Well-Being (2006), Ultimate Sacrifice: John and Robert Kennedy, the Plan for a Coup in Cuba, and the Murder of JFK (2004), What Would Jefferson Do? (2004), Unequal Protection (2004), We the People: A Call to Take Back America (2004), The Prophet's Way: A Guide to Living in the Now (1998, 2004), Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight (1997, 2004), The Edison Gene (2003), Thom Hartmann's Complete Guide to ADD (2000), The Greatest Spiritual Secret of the Century (2000), Healing ADD (1998), Beyond ADD (1996), ADD Success Stories (1995), ADHD Secrets of Success: Coaching Yourself to Fulfillment in the Business World (1994), ADD: A Different Perception (1992).
• Lionel (Michael William LeBron) – Nationally syndicated radio talk show host on the Air America Radio Network. Former host of Snap Judgment on Court TV. Former prosecutor and criminal defense trial lawyer.
• Bonnie Faulkner – Host and producer, Guns and Butter, Pacifica Radio Network.
• Yarrow Mahko – Co-producer, Guns and Butter, Pacifica Radio Network, since 2002. Host, Midnight Snack radio show.
• Charles Goyette – Radio talk show host.
• Gary Franchi – Radio talk show host, Lone Lantern Radio.
• Dennis Bernstein – Investigative reporter. Radio host of KPFA's Flashpoints
• Scott M. Legere – 25-year Radio broadcaster as Scott Ledger, Tampa FL
• John Gray, PhD – Bestselling author and relationship expert. Author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus (1992)
• Erica Jong – Best-selling author eight novels, several collections of poetry, and several works of non-fiction, including; Fear of Flying (1973), How to Save Your Own Life (1977), Fanny, Being the True History of the Adventures of Fanny Hackabout-Jones (1980), Parachutes & Kisses (1984), Shylock's Daughter (formerly Serenissima) (1987), Any Woman's Blues (1990), Fear of Fifty: A Memoir (1994), Inventing Memory (1997), What Do Women Want? Bread Roses Sex Power (1998), Sappho's Leap (2003), Seducing the Demon: Writing for My Life (2006). Taught literature and writing at The University of Maryland's Overseas Division, The City University of New York, Ben Gurion University in Beersheva, Israel, and Bennington College. Recipient of United Nations Award for Excellence in Literature (1988), Poetry magazine's Bess Hokin Prize, the Deauville Award for Literary Excellence, the Sigmund Freud Award for Literature (1975).
• Gore Vidal – Best-selling author, essayist, screenwriter, and playwright. Former ABC political analyst. Author of Julian (1964), Washington, D.C. (1967), Myra Breckinridge (1968), Two Sisters () , Burr (1973), Myron (1975), 1876 (1976), Kalki (1978), Duluth (1983), Lincoln (1984), Empire (1987), Hollywood (1989), Live from Golgotha: the Gospel according to Gore Vidal (1992), United States (1993), The Smithsonian Institution (1998), The Golden Age (2000).
• Graydon Carter – Editor, Vanity Fair. Former editor of the New York Observer. Co-founder of Spy magazine (1986). Author or co-author of Vanity Fair's Hollywood (2001), Tom Ford (2004), Oscar Night: 75 Years of Hollywood Parties (2004), What We've Lost - How The Bush Administration Has Curtailed Our Freedoms (2004), Spy: The Funny Years (2006).
• Whitley Strieber – Best-selling author and talk show host. Author of The Wolfen (1978), The Hunger (1981), Black Magic (1982), The Night Church (1983), Warday (1984), Wolf of Shadows (1985), Nature's End (1986), Catmagic (1986), Communion (1987), Billy (1990), The Wild (1991), Unholy Fire (1992), The Forbidden Zone (1993), The Coming Global Superstorm (1999), The Last Vampire (2001), The Key (2001), Lilith's Dream (2002)
• Lewis Lapham – Editor, Author and Journalist. Editor of Harper's Magazine 1976 - 2006. Host of The World in Time, a radio show on Bloomberg Radio. Author of Fortune's Child (1980), Money and Class in America (1988), Imperial Masquerade (1990), The Wish for Kings: Democracy at Bay (1993), Hotel America (1995), Waiting for the Barbarians (1997), Lapham's Rules of Influence (1999), The Agony of Mammon: The Imperial Global Economy (1999), Lights, Camera, Democracy! (2001), Theater of War (2003), 30 Satires (2003), Gag Rule: On the Suppression of Dissent and the Stifling of Democracy (2004), Pretensions to Empire: Notes on the Criminal Folly of the Bush Administration (2006).
• John Perkins – Best-selling author. Former Founder and CEO of Independent Power Systems, Inc (IPS), an alternative energy company. Former Chief Economist at Boston strategic-consulting firm Chas. T. Main. Author of Confessions of an Economic Hitman (2005), The Secret History of the American Empire (2007), A Game as Old as Empire (2007 with Steven Hiatt), Psychonavigation: Techniques for Travel Beyond Time (1999), Shapeshifting: Shamanic Techniques for Global and Personal Transformation (1997), The World Is As You Dream It (1994), The Stress-Free Habit (1989).
• A. L. Kennedy – Best-selling author and comedienne. Winner of numerous awards including the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize and the Somerset Maugham Prize for her powerful novels and short stories, including Paradise and Indelible Acts. Booker Prize Judge (1996). Judge of Orange Prize for Fiction (2002). Fellow of Royal Society of Arts. Lecturer in Creative Writing at St. Andrews University.
• Robert Scheer – Journalist, editor, author, and educator. 30-year journalistic career. Former Managing Editor and Editor-in-Chief of Ramparts magazine. For 15 years, National Correspondent for the Los Angeles Times. Currently, Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of truthdig.com, an online magazine. Director of the Privacy Project and Clinical Professor, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California. Former instructor, Antioch College (San Francisco), New York City College, University of California; Irvine campus, Los Angeles campus, and Berkeley campus. Author of Playing President: My Close Encounters with Nixon, Carter, Bush I and Clinton – and How They Did Not Prepare Me for George W. Bush (2006), The Five Biggest Lies Bush Told Us about Iraq (with his son Christopher and Lakshmi Chaudhry, 2003), Thinking Tuna Fish, Talking Death: Essays on the Pornography of Power (1991); With Enough Shovels: Reagan, Bush and Nuclear War (1982), and America After Nixon: The Age of Multinationals (1974), The Diary of Che Guevara: Bolivia: November 7, 1966-October 7, 1967 (with Fidel Castro, 1968).
• Frances Moore Lappé – Best-selling author of more than 15 books, including; Democracy’s Edge: Choosing to Save our Country by Bringing Democracy to Life ( 2006), You Have the Power: Choosing Courage in a Culture of Fear (with Jeffrey Perkins) ( 2004), Hope’s Edge: The Next Diet for a Small Planet (with Anna Lappé) (2002), The Quickening of America: Rebuilding Our Nation, Remaking Our Lives (with Paul Martin Du Bois) (1994), Diet for a Small Planet (1971, 1975, 1982, 1991). Serves on the National Advisory Council of the Union of Concerned Scientists as well as on the Mercy Corps Advisory Council for the World Hunger Education Center (part of revitalizing the New York Twin Towers site). Recipient of 17 honorary doctorates from distinguished institutions. In 1987 in Sweden, Lappé became the fourth American to receive the Right Livelihood Award, sometimes called the "Alternative Nobel," for her "vision and work healing our planet and uplifting humanity."
• Rabbi Michael Lerner, PhD – Rabbi of Beyt Tikkun in San Francisco. Founder and editor of TIKKUN magazine: A Bimonthly Jewish Critique of Politics, Culture and Society. As a college student, was elected President of the Jewish Theological Seminary’s national college organization, ATID. Contributing author to 911 and American Empire (Vol II) – Christians, Jews and Muslims Speak Out (2006). Author of The Left Hand of God: Taking Our Country Back from the Religious Right (2007), Healing Israel/Palestine: A Path to Peace and Reconciliation (2003), editor of Best Jewish Writing (2001), Spirit Matters: Global Healing and the Wisdom of the Soul (2000), The Politics of Meaning (1996), co-author with Cornel West of Jews and Blacks: Let the Healing Begin (1995), Jewish Renewal: A Path to Healing and Transformation (1994), Surplus Powerlessness (1991).
• Gerry Spence – One of the best-known courtroom lawyers in America. Best-selling author, novelist, photographer, and poet. Author of Gunning for Justice (1982), Of Murder and Madness (1983), Trial by Fire (1986), With Justice for None (1989), From Freedom to Slavery; The Rebirth of Tyranny in America (1993), How to Argue and Win Every Time (1995), The Making of a Country Lawyer (1996), O.J.: The Last Word (1997), Give Me Liberty (1998), A Boy's Summer (2000), Gerry Spence's Wyoming (2000), Half Moon and Empty Stars (2001), Seven Steps to Personal Freedom (2001), The Smoking Gun (2004), Win Your Case (2005), Bloodthirsty Bitches and Pious Pimps of Power (2006).
• Ralph Nader, LLB – Best-selling author, attorney, and consumer rights activist. Green Party candidate for President. Co-founder of the PIRGs-- Public Interest Research Groups-- the student-funded and controlled organizations which function on college campuses in 23 states. and Public Citizen, founded in 1971. Author or co-author of numerous books on consumer rights, society, and politics, including; The Seventeen Traditions (2006), The Good Fight: Declare Your Independence (2004), Civic Arousal (2004), In Pursuit of Justice (2004), Corporation Nation: How Corporations Are Taking Over Our Lives (2000).
• Michael Parenti, PhD – Award-winning author, political and social commentator, lecturer, and educator. Received his Ph.D. in political science from Yale University and has taught at a number of colleges and universities, including, the State University of New York campus at Stony Brook and campus at Albany, Sarah Lawrence College, the University of Vermont, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, and Howard University. He is the author of 20 books, including; Democracy for the Few (8th edition, 2007), The Culture Struggle (2006), Superpatriotism (2004), The Assassination of Julius Caesar (2003), To Kill a Nation (2002), The Terrorism Trap (2002), America Besieged (1998), Against Empire (1995), Inventing Reality: The Politics of News Media (1992), The Sword and the Dollar (1989), Inventing Reality: The Politics of the Mass Media (1985), Power and the Powerless (1978).
• Chris Floyd – Award-winning American author, journalist, and editor for more than 25 years, working in the United States, Great Britain and Russia for various newspapers, magazines, the U.S. government and Oxford University. For more than 11 years he wrote the featured political column, Global Eye, for The Moscow Times and the St. Petersburg Times in Russia. He also served as UK correspondent for Truthout.org, and was an editorial writer for three years for The Bergen Record. Former Editor of Science & Spirit. Co-founder of the blog Empire Burlesque. Chief editor of Atlantic Free Press. Author of Empire Burlesque: High Crimes and Low Comedy in the Bush Regime (2006).
• Cindy Sheehan – Author. Anti-war activist. Mother of U.S. Army Spc. Casey Sheehan, who was killed in Iraq. Author or co-author of Peace Mom: A Mother's Journey through Heartache to Activism (2006), Dear President Bush (2006), 10 Excellent Reasons Not to Join the Military (2006), Not One More Mother's Child (2005), The Vigil: 26 Days In Crawford, Texas (2005).
• John W. Travis, MD, MPH – Physician and author. A leading figure in the wellness movement. Physician in the U.S. Public Health Service, 1969 - 1975. In 1975, founded the first wellness center in the United States, the Wellness Resource Center. Co-founder of the Alliance for Transforming the Lives of Children. Retired pilot. Author of Wellness Inventory (1975); and co-author: Wellness Workbook (1981, 1988, 2004), Simply Well: Choices for a Healthy Life (1990, 2001), Wellness for Helping Professionals (1990), A Change of Heart: A Global Wellness Inventory (1993), The Society of Prospective Medicine’s Handbook of Health Assessment Tools (1999).
• Brad Blanton, PhD – Psychotherapist and author. Green Party candidate for Congress. Author, co-author, or editor of Radical Honesty: How To Transform Your Life By Telling The Truth (1996), Practicing Radical Honesty: How to Complete the Past, Live in the Present and Build a Future with A Little Help From Your Friends (), Honest to God: A Change of Heart that Can Change the World (2002), Radical Parenting: Seven Steps to a Functional Family in a Dysfunctional World (2002), The Truthtellers: Stories Of Success By Radically Honest People (2004), Beyond Good and Evil: The Eternal Split-Second Sound-Light Being (2005).
• David C. Korten, MBA, PhD – Author and Founder and Editor of YES! Magazine. Former Visiting Associate Professor of the Harvard University Graduate School of Business and member of the staff of the Harvard Institute for International Development. Former Captain in the U.S. Air Force, serving in Air Force headquarters command, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, and the Advanced Research Projects Agency. Author of When Corporations Rule the World (1995, 2001) , The Post-Corporate World: Life After Capitalism (2000), The Great Turning: From Empire to Earth Community (2006). He is a major contributor to the report of the International Forum on Globalization on Alternatives to Economic Globalization.
• Ernest Callenbach – Author, editor, and environmentalist. Founder and editor of Film Quarterly. Author of Ecotopia (1975), Ectopia Emerging (1982), A Citizen Legislature (1985), Ecomanagement (1993), Mindfulness and Meaningful Work (1994), Ecology: A Pocket Guide (1998), Bring Back the Buffalo!: A Sustainable Future for America's Great Plains (2000), Storm (2003).
• Ronnie Dugger – Reporter, writer, editor, and social-structure activist. Founding editor of The Texas Observer and co-founder of The Alliance for Democracy. Former Fellow at the Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics, and Public Policy at the Kennedy School at Harvard (1996) and Research Associate at the Center for the Study of Values in Public Life at the Harvard Divinity School (1998 - 1999). Author of Dark Star: Hiroshima Reconsidered (1967), Our Invaded Universities (1974), The Politician: The Life and Times of Lyndon Johnson, (1982), and On Reagan a biography of Ronald Reagan (1983), Annals of Democracy: Counting Votes (1988) and hundreds of articles for Harper's Magazine, The Nation, The New Yorker, The Atlantic Monthly, The Progressive and other periodicals.
• Sherwood Ross – Print and radio journalist, columnist, publicist, speechwriter, media consultant and playwright. In a career spanning five decades, Ross has been Press Aide to Mayor Richard J. Daley, Chicago. News Director for the National Urban League. Speechwriter for political figures Mayor Richard Daley, Whitney Young, and a number of Senators and several presidential candidates. Columnist and writer for the Chicago Daily News, Miami Herald, Reuters (Workplace column 1992 - 2002), WAAF radio (Chicago), WOL radio (Washington, D.C.). Public relations consultant to the Harvard Business Review (14 years), The Atlantic Monthly (14 years), The New Yorker, Inc. Magazine, and many others.
• Paul Hawken – Best-selling author, environmentalist, entrepreneur, founder of Smith & Hawken. Author and co-author of dozens of articles, op-eds, papers, as well as six books including The Next Economy (1983), Growing a Business (1987), and The Ecology of Commerce, which was voted in 1998 as the #1 college text on business and the environment by professors in 67 business schools (1993), Natural Capitalism: Creating the Next Industrial Revolution (1999) published in fourteen languages and has been read and referred to by several heads of state including President Bill Clinton who has called it one of the five most important books in the world today. Growing a Business became the basis of a 17-part PBS series, which Mr. Hawken hosted and produced, and was shown on television in 115 countries and watched by over 100 million people.

Among recognition and awards received are: Green Cross Millennium Award for Individual Environmental Leadership presented by Mikhail Gorbachev in 2003; World Council for Corporate Governance in 2002; Small Business Administration "Entrepreneur of the Year" in 1990; Utne "One Hundred Visionaries who could Change our Lives" in 1995, Western Publications Association "Maggie" award for "Natural Capitalism" as the best Signed Editorial/Essay" in 1997; Creative Visionary Award by the International Society of Industrial Design; Design in Business Award for environmental responsibility by the American Center for Design; Council on Economic Priorities’ 1990 Corporate Conscience Award; American Horticultural Society Award for commitment to excellence in commercial horticulture; Metropolitan Home Design 100 Editorial Award for the 100 best people, products and ideas that shape our lives; the Cine Golden Eagle award in video for the PBS program "Marketing" from Growing a Business; California Institute of Integral Studies Award "For Ongoing Humanitarian Contributions to the Bay Area Communities"; Esquire Magazine award for the best 100 People of a Generation (1984); and five honorary doctorates.
• Steve Bhaerman, MA – Author, comedian, social and political commentator. Author of No Particular Place to Go: Making of a Free High School (1982), Driving Your Own Karma (1989), When You See a Sacred Cow, Milk It For All It’s Worth (1993), Duck Soup for the Soul (1999), and Swami for Precedent: A 7-Step Plan to Heal the Body Politic and Cure Electile Dysfunction (2000).
• Miryam Ehrlich Williamson – Author, writer and poet. Former newspaper reporter. First Vice President of the National Writers Union. Author of more than two hundred articles for the computer press. Author or co-author of Forensic Detective How I Cracked the World's Toughest Cases (with Robert Mann, PhD, 2007), Blood Sugar Blues: Overcoming the Hidden Dangers of Insulin Resistance (2002), Breaking the Aging Code (2003), Type 2: A Book of Support for Type 2 Diabetics (2003), The Fibromyalgia Relief Book (1998), Fibromyalgia: A Comprehensive Approach (1996), Artificial Intelligence for Microcomputers (1986).
• Gary Corseri, PhD – Poet and novelist. Awarded first prizes in the Stephen Vincent Benet and Florida Poetry contests. Twice nominated for the Townsend Prize for fiction. Founding and/or contributing editor of The Florida Quarterly, International Quarterly and d'Arts. Former Instructor of Creative Writing, University of Florida, Georgia Southwestern University, Aoyama University (Tokyo), Hokusei Gakuen University (Sapporo). Author of poetry collections, Random Descent (1989) and Too Soon, As Always (1999); and novels, Holy Grail, Holy Grail: Quest East, Quest West (2002), A Fine Excess: An Australian Odyssey (2000), Sir Lancelot, the Olympics and the Kami of Japan (1996). Editor, Manifestations; The d'Arts Literary Collection (2004).
• Marie Moneysmith – Author and journalist. Former reporter for People Magazine. Author of User's Guide to Good Fats and Bad Fats (2003), User's Guide to Carnosine (2004), User's Guide to Carotenoids & Flavonoids (2005), Stop Bird Flu Now (in press 2007). Co-author of Save Your Hearing Now (2007).
• Bill "Earthquake" Enyart – Former NFL running back for the Buffalo Bills 1969 - 1970, playing in the same backfield with O.J. Simpson, and for the Oakland Raiders in 1971. His professional career was cut short in a 1971 pre-season game when a blind-side tackle resulted in torn anterior cruciate, medical collateral and lateral collateral ligaments in his left knee, along with some torn cartilage. He played college football at Oregon State University, earning All-American honors in 1968. He played in the College All-Star Game, All-American Game, Senior Bowl, East-West Shrine Game and was named Hula Bowl MVP in 1968. Two-time First Team All-Conference selection 1967, 1968. Inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 2003.
• Mark Stepnoski – 5-time NFL Pro Bowl Center 1992 - 1996. 13-year NFL career playing with the Dallas Cowboys (1989 - 1994, 1999 - 2000), and the Houston Oilers (1995 - 1998). Stepnoski was on two Super Bowl winning teams while with the Cowboys 1992, 1993. Selected to the NFL 1990's All Decade Team. Nominated to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006, his first year of eligibility. Although he wasn't elected, the honor cemented his place among the best centers ever.
• Mike Casner – International distance running competitor. 4-time member US Mountain Running Team. Radio host of the 9/ll Truth Hour, WKNH, Keene, New Hampshire.
• Mitch McAleer – World Hang Gliding Aerobatic Champion and professional paragliding pilot. Winner, 2000 Masters of Freestyle Hang Gliding Aerobatics Contest. 2nd Place Aerobatic Hang Gliding World Cup 2003. Set the world paragliding looping record over Rio de Janeiro in 1998.

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The Exceptional Patriot: Charlie Sheen
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  1. Anonymous5:16 PM

    They are not patriots; they are people who have nut case conspiracy ideas on 911 due to ignorance and political bias. Wes Clark did not say anything useful about 911. The fact it these people have not invested any time researching 911 past hearsay, fantasy, and their own failed opinions to request a new investigation due to their own ignorance.

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    There's nothing useful about 9/11 either.

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    Your are all morons.

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    Like President Obama's birth certificate, people who wish to avoid discussing the false flag 9/11 operation do not wish to learn the truth: that the world is run by corruptible and incorrigible human beings. The original name of 9/11 was Operation Northwoods: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Northwoods

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