Siegel Attends THE CELL Event in Denver

Napolitano, who had also been in town for the national police chiefs' convention, joined Governor Bill Ritter at The CELL to view the production "Recognizing the 8 Signs of Terrorism," and subsequently meet with dignitaries and the media.

American United Capital Inc., CEO Joe Siegel attended and contributed to the premier event at The Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (The CELL), which hosted director of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano.

Napolitano, who had also been in town for the national police chiefs' convention, joined Governor Bill Ritter at The CELL to view the production "Recognizing the 8 Signs of Terrorism," and subsequently meet with dignitaries and the media.

The video, narrated by former Broncos quarterback John Elway and 9News anchor Kim Christiansen, was produced by the Denver office of the FBI and the Colorado Information Analysis Center.

It was sponsored in part by local homebuilder and philanthropist Larry Mizel, whose landmark Mizel Museum, created The Cell. The Department of Homeland Security gave a $30,400 grant to
the project.

With a nod to the late speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Thomas P. "Tip" O'Neill, "All politics are local," Mizel introduced Ritter and Napolitano by noting that "all threats are local."

Ritter addressed the group, "Every one of us has the potential to make a difference in the war against terrorism. Any one of us can alert authorities to suspicious activities."

The Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (The CELL), located one block from the Denver Art Museum, is a nonprofit, nonpartisan institution that aims to educate, empower and engage individuals and organizations to help combat terrorism. The exhibits are dynamic and interactive, and display content developed by world-renowned experts to provide visitors with an in-depth understanding of the history of terrorism, the methods and tactics employed by terrorists and the extent to which terrorism impacts societies around the world.

Through this exhibit, along with an acclaimed programming series and educational initiatives, The CELL seeks to provide the knowledge and tools needed to proactively effect change in order to
help shape a better, safer world.