We passionately care about, and are involved in, the fate of our communities, our country and our planet. We feel that many negative and destructive policies and actions perpetrated by the United States government (and their willing international partners) are wrongly attributed to the “fight against terrorism”, a terrorism that may have been self-inflicted. We contend that there are still too many unanswered questions, factual anomalies and conveniences surrounding the horrific events of September 11, 2001 to accept at face value the official legend that foreign entities were solely responsible for confounding the world’s premier military power.
Another common thread in our lives is that we have all taken the dictum “be the media” seriously: we all have radio shows that, among other vital issues, exam the official narrative of the events of 9/11 and support the call for a new, unfettered, investigation.
We also believe that our efforts, while effectual on a local level, must also be in concert with world-wide media professionals to more readily and quickly achieve our goal. We have a deep respect for media “professionals” who toil daily to ferret out the truths most important to the world. We seek their help, fraternity and guidance in our common quest.
Mike Casner, a resident of Peterborough, New Hampshire hosts the “9/11 Truth Hour” on the Keene State College radio station, WKNH 91.3 FM. He is an international distance runner, a member of the US Mountain running team and has worked in the human services sector.
Cheryl Curtiss lives in central Connecticut and produces “9/11 Wake-Up Call”, a weekly show, on the University of Hartford radio station WWUH. She is a life-long Connecticut resident and family therapist and currently coordinates the English As a Second Language/Bilingual programs for a public school system.
George Corrette, resident of New Hampshire, is on-air weekly with his “Empire Watch” radio show. It is broadcast on WKNH 91.3 FM, the Keene State College radio station. George is a life-long resident of New Hampshire, avid mountain climber and off-the-grid farmer.
Frank Tolopko has adopted Massachusetts as his home state, formerly lived and worked in the New York City area as a computer systems analyst. Now retired, he produces the bi-weekly radio show “The 9/11 Report” on WBCR-lp, a local community radio station in Great Barrington in the Berkshires. An avid reader and researcher, he is currently working on a book about September 11, 2001.
Mike DeRosa is Community Affairs Director and hosts the weekly “New Focus” show on WWUH 91.3 FM, the University of Hartford (Connecticut) radio station. It is also rebroadcast on WHUS 91.7 FM (UConn), and WESU 88.1 FM (Wesleyan U.). The show is a public affairs program about how big business and government affect people’s lives. Mike is a political activist and ran for state-wide public office in 2008.
Gary Fox is a recent addition to our editorial board. He is the host and producer of “9/11 Illumination”, a weekly TV show on Comcast’s Public Access Channel 15 in Middletown, CT. His goals are to “shine the light of truth on the official conspiracy theory of the September 11th attacks, confront our fears with an open an honest mind, and seek justice and accountability as the best way forward to peace.” He is a musician who enjoys spending time with his two sons.