NH group cites need for new 9/11 probeBETH LAMONTAGNE HALL
New Hampshire Union Leader
Feb. 02, 2010
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Keene resident Gerhard Bedding doesn’t buy the government’s version of what happened on Sept. 11, 2001, so he’s working on a statewide campaign calling for another investigation into the terrorist attacks.
Bedding and other members of the state’s 9/11 Truth Alliance have started a petition drive to place an article on town meeting warrants that would call on New Hampshire’s congressional delegation to push for a new independent investigation into “all the evidence and unanswered questions” related to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Petitions have been successfully submitted in five towns — Peterborough, Swanzey, Rindge, Nelson and Exeter — and volunteers are trying to get the article on the ballot in 15 other towns by the Feb. 2 deadline.
“(An investigation) is needed in light of new evidence that has appeared in the last two years,” said Bedding, pointing to a report published last year by international scientists claiming traces of explosives were found at the World Trade Center. “It is not being recognized, the number of highly responsible professionals asking for this.”
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