Reaching Out at the Beach: Orange County, CA Activists Host AE911Truth Booth Print
Written by Dan Noël   
Thursday, 06 October 2011 23:55

Orange County 9/11 Truth, a group that shares the scientific truth behind the 9/11 catastrophe with the Southern part of the Los Angeles basin, was not quite satisfied with its monthly outreach. The spot they had selected by the pier in surf capital, Huntington Beach, was free of charge and frequented by many pedestrians, but an open-air fair on the esplanade often dwarfed their table.

This situation improved significantly after they upgraded their outreach with an AE911Truth-decorated booth.

The booth’s professional banners help people to confront the basics of 9/11 even before speaking to the activists
The foldable boards that used to be the group’s main attraction are now advanced posts that complement the booth
Dan Noël, organizer of Orange County 9/11 Truth and volunteer for AE911Truth, demolishes the official twin tower “pile driver” destruction theory with the help of scaled-down wooden models
With the addition of AE911Truth materials, passersby are more easily attracted to the booth and hence the evidence of controlled demolition

The booth was conceived, designed, built, and used several times by activist and AE911Truth supporter, Scott Beery, of Tehachapi, California, who purchased a standard canopy along with the standard AE911Truth banner, and secured the special evidence booth banners from AE911Truth. With patience, determination, and hard work, he cleverly designed and built a system to hang the banners from the canopy, while making sure that the assembly would be easy to store, transport, set up, and dismantle. He modestly says that his best idea was the use of double-sided Velcro. Scott has graciously offered to help readers wishing to build a booth... You can reach him by email. Thanks Scott for setting the new standard for AE911Truth street activism!