Questioning the evidence from September 11, 2001.Dissent is the highest form of patriotism - Thomas Jefferson.

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On July 16th, 2011, Danny Jowenko died in a one-sided car accident, a frontal collision with a tree, in the village of Serooskerke, The Netherlands. The death of prominent Dutch demolition expert Danny Jowenko is very mysterious, because on July 13th 2011, 3 days earlier, in an exclusive Press TV interview, Danny Jowenko was interviewed concerning 9/11 and the collapse of  the 3rd World Trade Center building.  WTC-7, a 47 storey building, the third tallest building in NYC, which was not hit by a plane, conspicuously missing in the 9/11 commissionRead More
As official videographer for the U.S. government, Kurt Sonnenfeld was detailed to Ground Zero on September 11, 2001, where he spent an entire month filming: “What I saw at certain moments and in certain places … is very disturbing!” He never handed his 29 tapes over to the authorities and has been persecuted ever since. Kurt Sonnenfeld lives in exile in Argentina, where he wrote “El Perseguido” (Persecuted). His recently-published book tells the story of his unending nightmare and drives another nail into the coffin of the government’s account ofRead More
On the afternoon of September 11, 2001; many rumors were circulating about a possible collapse of World Trade Center 7 (WTC-7). The building was located a football field away from the Twin Towers. It was the 3rd highest edifice in New York with it’s 47 story. A four block area was cordoned off by police and rescue efforts were suspended until further notice. CBS-2 New York reporter, Vincent DeMentri, wanted to report the events exactly as they were happening. Most other news networks (including the BBC) were content to justRead More
The destruction of World Trade Center Building 7 is still unknown to most members of the general public. But there is someone who was there – and who told his story. He was Barry Jennings, the emergency co-ordinator for New York City’s housing authority. He almost died in Building 7 – from explosions that came from below him as he climbed down to the sixth floor. Oh, and the explosions started before either of the twin towers came down. “I’m just confused about one thing….why World Trade Center 7 wentRead More
For years, researchers of the 9/11 “attack” have built a case for the controlled demolition of the Twin Towers primarily on the basis of one body of evidence: the scores of photographs and videos of the Towers coming down. Whereas authorities were unable to prevent the circulation of this visual evidence, they successfully suppressed the largest body of eyewitness evidence for years. That body is a collection of hundreds of “oral histories” 503 firefighters, paramedics, and emergency medical technicians, many of whom witnessed some aspect of the total destruction ofRead More

Posted On March 26, 2005By 911 questionsIn Investigation, Videos, World Trade Center, WTC1, WTC2, WTC6, WTC7

The Windsor Building Fire

Huge Fire in Steel-Reinforced Concrete Building Causes Partial Collapse On the night of February 12, 2005, a fire started in the Windsor building in Madrid, Spain, a 32-storey tower framed in steel-reinforced concrete. At its peak, the fire, which burned for almost 24h straight at more than 1500°F, completely engulfed the upper ten stories of the building. More than 100 firefighters battled to prevent the uncontrollable blaze from spreading to other buildings.  During the night the building shedded larged pieces, which crashed to the ground. The fire apparently caused the collapseRead More
President George W. Bush added a new and bizarre twist to the folklore surrounding September 11 when he revealed his initial reaction to the first plane hitting the World Trade Centre. In answer to a question from an eight-year-old in Florida, he said his first thought was: “There’s one terrible pilot.” Bush was back in the state where he spent that fateful morning, before being flown off on a zig-zag cross-country journey which finally took him back to Washington. This is not considered his finest hour, and his comments seemsRead More