The final report will also consist of all expert witness testimonies presented at the Hearings. The report will be edited by Attorney James Gourley, the Director of the International Center for 9/11 Studies.
Ferdinando Imposimato is the Honorary President of the Supreme Court of Italy. As a former Senior Investigative Judge in Italy, he presided over several terrorism-related cases, including the kidnapping and ultimate assassination of President Aldo Moro, the attempted assassination of Pope John Paul II, and other political assassinations and kidnapping cases and several cases against the Mafia. He is a former Senator who served on the Anti-Mafia Commission in three administrations and a former legal consultant to the United Nations regarding institution of laws to control drug trafficking.
Herbert Jenkins is a Professor Emeritus of Psychology at McMaster University. Educated at Oberlin College and Harvard University, he has held positions at The Lincoln Laboratories in Massachusetts, at MIT, and the Bell Telephone Laboratories before coming to McMaster in 1963. He received an honorary degree from McMaster in 2009 for his contributions to the psychology of learning and judgement, and for his leadership in inquiry-based, interdisciplinary, socially responsible undergraduate education. He helped create McMaster’s distinguished interdisciplinary Arts and Science Program and its Engineering and Society Program, and he served as Director of both. This approach to undergraduate education has been widely influential in other universities in Canada.
Richard B. Lee is a Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at the University of Toronto. Internationally recognized for his ethnographic studies, he has held academic appointments at Harvard, Rutgers and Columbia University. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, a Foreign Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and a Foreign Associate of the National Academy of Sciences. Dr. Lee has served as President of the Canadian Anthropology Society and holds honorary doctorates from the University of Alaska Fairbanks and the University of Guelph. American Scientist holds one of Dr. Lee’s contributions as amongst the hundred greatest scientific works of the 20th century.
David Johnson is a Professor Emeritus of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Tennessee. He is a former Professor and Chair of the Planning Departments at Syracuse University and Ball State University. A Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners, Dr. Johnson has served as a planner on the staffs of the Washington National Capital Planning Commission and the Regional Plan Association of New York. As a veteran, he served with the US Army Corps of Engineers. Dr. Johnson is also Past-President of the Fulbright Association of the United States and helped establish the Fulbright Prize, awarded to Nelson Mandela and Jimmy Carter, among others. He received BA and Master degrees in architecture and planning from Yale University and a PhD in regional planning from Cornell University.