Oklahoma City, April 19, 1995. New York, Washington, D.C., and Shanksville, PA, September 11, 2001. Boston, April 15, 2013. In those cities and on those days, terror struck. Today, many thousands continue to cope with the consequences.
K.T. Penn contends more can be done to help terror victims, a designation he says should include not just those who died or were hurt physically in attacks but also family members, firefighters, police officers, paramedics, and soldiers. Penn will tell listeners:
- His Victims of Terrorism Foundation Inc.will provide money for terrorism victims.
- Funds raised from the sale of Penn’s two anti-government-conspiracy-theory books will be used to support brick-and-mortar retail stores at locations where terrorism has occurred, and book sales at those stores will, in turn, fund foundation programs.
- His research has uncovered many lies and misconceptions within the 9/11 government conspiracy theory movement.
- He has answers to questions like: How did anyone make phone calls from those planes when the odds of cell phones working at those speeds and altitudes were next to impossible? Why does the government say virtually indestructible black boxes were never found at the World Trade Center terror site? And, how did the hijackers communicate with other terrorists overseas without any government knowing about it?
CREDENTIALS: K.T. Penn is the author of LIFTING UP THE COUCH CUSHIONS: Exposing the Loose Change, which refutes conspiracy theories surrounding the September 11, 2001, terror attacks. Penn also wrote World Trade 7: Examining Barry Jennings. Victims of Terrorism Foundation Inc. is Penn’s latest venture. Learn more at www.votaf.com.
AVAILABILITY: MA, nationwide by arrangement and via telephone
CONTACT: K.T. Penn, (508) 217-8085 (MA); email@example.com