Send Letter to Your Newspaper’s Editor in Two Minutes Print
Letters To The Editor
Written by Wayne Coste, PE   
Monday, 09 September 2013 21:23

Slip the WTC Evidence Under the Radar Directly to Your Fellow Citizens with AE911Truth’s New Salsa Platform

This 12th anniversary of 9/11 presents a unique opportunity to amplify and reinforce our campaign message by writing letters to the editor on a massive scale.  The 9/11 message is ripe for discussion and timely in light of the march to war with Syria based on questionable intelligence.  Help us reach your newspaper with a short Letter to the Editor.  We are now using SalsaLabs' advocacy platform to help you send letters to the editor of your local newspapers quickly and easily.Writing a Letter to the Editor is now easy

Newspaper editors are obliged to consider letters sent in by people within their region.  Most public forums allow for 250 or 300 words, but some have a lower limit.  We have a ready-to-go letter that you can tweak before you hit send!  In the current environment, we expect that many outlets will print our letters.  Help amplify the message.  Our goal is to generate 1,000 submissions in the next few days.

The main point of our pre-written letter is that Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth is calling on Patrick Gallagher, Director of NIST, to establish a technical conference to “Clear the Air” about WTC Building 7, explain its free-fall acceleration, and provide the supporting analysis and computer model inputs that were used in developing their conclusions.
Here are the steps that you need to send a letter to your newspaper’s editor.

The Letters to the Editor is a very popular section of any newspaper

Enter your zip code, then click [Get Papers].  A list of newspapers within the specified distance will then be displayed. Enter your zip code
Select your desired newspaper by clicking on its "button." You can submit this letter to a local newspaper where it has a better chance of getting published, or a regional paper that would reach more readers if it gets published. You can submit the letter to multiple newspapers, one at a time. Select Newspaper
Read the letter. If you want to enhance it, use the "Talking Points" on the right as a guide for enhancements. Be mindful of the length as 500 words is usually the absolute maximum for a Letter to the Editor. This base letter is 205 words. Read (and edit) the Letter
Enter the requested information. (If you have signed the AE911Truth petition, some of your information will be pre-populated into the form.) This information is needed because a newspaper's editorial staff usually calls to confirm that you are, in fact, the author of the letter. Click [Send Message]. Enter your name and address


After you submit a letter, let others know that they can quickly add their voice to demand that NIST "Clear-the-Air" about the free fall of Building 7 by submitting a letter to the editor. Post a link to this article on Facebook as well!