Saturday, October 13, 2012

9-11 Activism: Cross-country cyclist travels through Erie

Rena Patty stopped in Erie on Oct. 10 as she cycles 4,000 miles east across the United States to bring attention to an organization that is calling for a new investigation into the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City. Patty, 50, of San Juan Islands, Wash., is stopping along the way at fire stations and police departments to spread her message because she says fire and police departments were greatly affected by the 9/11 attacks, and can also understand the importance of this investigation. She is shown here near the Erie Bureau of Fire's Central Fire Station at 12th and Sassafras streets in Erie.

Rena Patty and Pam Senzee are a couple of wonderful women who are making their way across the country to spread 9-11 truth. Somewhere in the midwest the duo split up, Rena is on her way to NYC and Pam is headed to DC. Read about their journey (and contribute to their cause!) here.

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