September 11th Advocates
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The Advocates, family members who have been "turned into activists," have been described as "made up of a handful of New Jersey widows."  They are also known as Just Four Moms from New Jersey, the 9/11 Widows, and the Jersey Girls. 
- Kristen Breitweiser is a founding member and Co-Chairperson of the Advocates and "founding member of the 9/11 Commission's 'Family Steering Committee.' Breitweiser lost her husband Ronald in WTC Tower Two and was one of the driving forces behind the creation of the 9/11 Commission when the congressional 9/11 joint intelligence inquiry was restricted, redacted and stonewalled. ... As a knowledgeable and trusted representative of the 9/11 victim family community, Breitweiser has been widely called 'conscience of 9/11'." She is also a member of the Advisory Committee for the "Memoria Project", "an endeavor to create a lasting tribute to the victims and survivors of September 11th and to enrich all who come into contact with it in the process." 
- Mindy Kleinberg is a founding member; "Alan Kleinberg was a NASDAQ security trader with Cantor Fitzgerald in the North Tower of the WTC on the 104th Floor. He was 39 and had been a NASDAQ security trader for 15 years." 
- Patty Casazza, widow of John Casazza 
- Lorie van Auken, widow of Kenneth van Auken 
- 9-11 Truth Movement
- National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (9-11 Commission)
- September 11, 2001
- weapons of mass destruction
- weapons of mass destruction investigation
- Kristen Breitweiser, Documents From Congress' Joint Inquiry into 9/11. Transcript of hearing, September 18, 2002.
- Statement of Mindy Kleinberg to the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, March 31, 2003.