Janette Mackinlay at UC Davis part 2





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Published on Nov 10, 2011

Janette Mackinlay, artist, 9/11 survivor and activist, gave a presentation at the University of California Davis on May 1, 2009, describing her attempts to bring justice to the victims of 9/11 and her use of art to heal and help others heal. The occasion was a presentation by Steven E. Jones, Ph.D., of his research on dust from the World Trade Center, published in the Open Chemical Physics Journal in early 2009. This paper described finding red gray chips, some visible to the naked eye, that the researchers found to be pieces of nanothermite, a military grade high tech explosive researched and developed at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories in Livermore, California.

This research adds to the hard evidence from the dust (iron rich spheres were discovered years earlier) that the official account, involving only Arabs, box cutters, planes and fires, cannot account for. Thus the official story cannot be true.

For those willing to bring an open and working mind to the subject, the evidence found in the WTC dust proves beyond any reasonable doubt that the attacks of 9/11 have not been fully explained. This evidence has not been investigated by the government.

Janette had given Prof. Jones a sample of the dust saved from her apartment that faced the Twin Towers and was filled with dust from the explosion.

The event was produced by Davis 9/11 Truth.
More information is available at www.Davis911Truth.org

Co-founder of Davis 9/11 Truth Mark Graham introduced Janette.

Janette passed away in December, 2010. Those who knew her miss her dearly.


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