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Positive press coverage of US Tower of Invincibility in Washington DC - Part IV
by Global Good News Staff Writer

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21 October 2007

Jeffrey S. Abramson, who is leading the project to build a Tower of Invincibility in Washington DC, USA recently reported on the success of a press conference announcing the plan, held on 5 October at the at the Hay Adams Hotel in Lafayette Park, in front of the White House.

As reported in Part I, Part II, and Part III of this article, the press conference was well attended and the project received widespread positive coverage.

Mr Abramson read excerpts from some of the press articles, including one from the Washington Examiner.

The article was entitled 'DC developer to build invincibility monument'.

'A well-established local real-estate developer will present today his plans for a Tower of Invincibility, a monument that he plans to build on a publicly chosen site in a DC area,' Mr Abramson read. 'It will be unlike any other monument ever built in Washington [he] told the Examiner—it will represent scientific principles and universal knowledge as to how to secure America's freedom, peace, and sovereignty.

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