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Controversial Group Re–Examines 9/11 In Clovis

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By Clint Olivier

FRESNO - More than a hundred people filled the Clovis Veterans Memorial Building to hear a call for an investigation into what happened to the buildings destroyed in the attacks of September 11th.

"We realize that this is very difficult information to take in," Architect Richard Gage said.

Gage spoke and presented evidence on why his group, Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth wants the U.S. Congress to look into how and why the Twin Towers and another building, known as WTC-7, fell.

Some video was provided to KMPH News by the group, which claims a membership of more than 600 architects and engineers.

"We're not conspiracy theorists, we are technical building professionals looking at the forensic evidence, so we provide the evidence, and we ask for a new investigation, and let's let the chips fall where they may," Gage said.

Andrew Isolano is a retired New York City firefighter who watched the events of September 11th from the roof of his fire station in Brooklyn, before he was sent to ground zero.

"We're like 'oh man this is going to burn for days there was so much fire, and that's when we saw the second plane come in and hit the second tower," he said.

Isolano lives in Fresno now, but as an eyewitness, he's satisfied with the government's conclusion: the blame for the hijackings, building collapses and deaths lies with Al-Queda terrorists, and gage and his group should not reopen old wounds.

"There's the families of three thousand people that now have to relive this because these people choose to come up with a theory, there's theories on everything, we still don't know who killed Kennedy," Isolano said.

The group Architects and Engineers for Truth is a non-profit organization.

Attendees were able to sign up to support the group's efforts with pledges of between 10 to 911 dollars a month.

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