On this anniversary edition of 9/11 Free Fall, Drew DePalma and Michele Caviasco — the son and sister, respectively, of Jean DePalma, who died in the World Trade Center — share their memories of Jean with host Andy Steele and reflect on the impact that 9/11 has had on their family and on the lives of so many others around the world. We invite you to listen or to read the interview below.
Welcome to 9/11 Free Fall, I’m the host Andy Steele. Today we’re joined by Drew DePalma and Michele Caviasco. Drew is the son of Jean DePalma, who died at the World Trade Center on September 11th. Jean was Michele’s sister, and they’re joining us here today for this 9/11 anniversary edition of the show, and in my mind their presence today reminds us of why we do what we do here at AE911Truth. So Drew and Michele, welcome to 9/11 Free Fall.
Thank you, Andy.
Thanks for having us.
So, we’re going to begin with Drew. It’s been a while since you were last on the show to speak out for a new investigation. Please tell our audience about that experience for you when you did speak out, and what has been the impact on your life since.
I met Ted Walter from AE911Truth a couple of years ago, and before that I didn’t really have too much interest or involvement in kind of seeking the truth. I honestly didn’t think about it too much, and when he presented me with some additional information, it kind of blew my mind, and a fair amount of time had gone by, where I felt now I could handle taking something like that on.
So I did a really deep dive and did all research for myself and asked Ted what I could do to help. I did a number of things: I made a number of calls to congressmen and political figures, I did Free Fall a couple years ago, signed petitions, spoke to friends and family how they thought about it. Again, did even more research just for myself to see what is what.