Americans urged to 'examine the evidence' in 9/11 Truth billboard

Posted Aug 7, 2010 by Andrew Moran
Several organizers of the 9/11 Truth movement in the United States have created and paid for a public commercial billboard in San Luis Obispo, California that urges Americans to "examine the evidence” of the terrorist attacks.
Two 9/11 Truth activists holding a banner.
Two 9/11 Truth activists holding a banner.
Flickr user "liz drake" .
Since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States, there has been a growing initiative in the country called the 9/11 Truth Movement. The movement does not believe the official story published in the 9/11 Commission Report that states 19 hijackers were responsible for the attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and the crash in Pennsylvania.
On Thursday, 9/11 Truth activists and organizers designed and paid for a commercial billboard in San Luis Obispo, California that states: “1,200 Architects and Engineers say: ‘Examiner the Evidence.’” On the bottom of the billboard, it shows the organization Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, its logo and website.
The sign is 24 feet wide and 12 feet in height and is located on South Higuera.
“The activists who have brought this matter to the people of SLO County who drive by this area realize that the evidence we are attempting to share is difficult to digest,” states We Are Change on its website – another worldwide group that questions the official story of the September 11, 2001 terrorists attacks. “Many simply cannot bear to question 9/11, knowing somewhere deeply in the collective unconscious that the truth may be more than we can stand.”