FACT #5 (WTC EXPLOSIONS)
5) Hundreds of Firefighters and witness testimony to BOMBS/EXPLOSIONS ignored by the 9/11 Commission Report. 9/11 Commission Report bars 503 1st responder eyewitnesses and 118 Firefighter witnesses to explosions. From video footage it’s clear to see ‘squibs’ and waves of explosions ripping down the side of the Towers. Many Firefighters witnessed “Explosions in the lobby and sub levels”, ‘Oral Histories’. NIST failed to follow NFPA 921 guidelines for fire and explosion investigations. Research Barry Jennings, William Rodriguez, David Chandler, Graeme MacQueen, Kevin Ryan ‘Demolition Access’.
On 9/11 there were numerous explosions heard before and after the towers came down! Here are the sounds that eye witnesses heard but the 9/11 commission omitted from their report. Many of these videos were shown by the media on 9/11 but rarely replayed or even talked about afterward.
The WTC Towers did not “collapse”, they were blown up with well placed explosives. The video and photographic evidence is overwhelming. The starting point in science is observation.
9/11: Enhanced WTC1 Video (NIST FOIA – CBS-Net Dub6 04)
Visible Explosion at World Trade Center
South Tower Exploding
“Huge explosion now, raining debris on all of us. We better get out of the way”
911-A clear view of the explosion that took WTC down
WTC NORTH TOWER EXPLODING, David Chandler, AE911truth.org
“The starting point in science is observation.”
south tower corner close up
9/11 ….. Then A Fourth Explosion Rocks The Debris
New 9/11 Eyewitness Evidence of Bombs at WTC
Firefighters for 9/11 Truth:
FirefightersFor911TRUTH.org – Erik Lawyer – Press Conference
Erik Lawyer, Firefighter, Founder of Firefighters for 9/11 Truth
“There were all kinds of firefighters and civilians that were reporting explosions. Just the fact that there were explosions means they need to be investigated.”
FDNY describe the bombs planted in the World Trade Center
Firefighter 1: “We started running… Floor by floor, it started popping out…”
Firefighter 2: “It was as if they had detonators.”
Firefighter 1: “Yeah, detonators, yeah…”
Firefighter 2: “As if they planned to take down a building. Boom, boom, boom, boom,
Firefighter 1: “All the way down. I was watching it and running.”
“The Sept. 11 Records
A rich vein of city records from Sept. 11, including more than 12,000 pages of oral histories rendered in the voices of 503 firefighters, paramedics, and emergency medical technicians, were made public on Aug. 12. The New York Times has published all of them.
The oral histories of dispatch transmissions are transcribed verbatim. They have have not been edited to omit coarse language.”
LOBBY/BASEMENT EXPLOSION WITNESSES
William Rodriguez’s story
William Rodriguez(WTC Maintenance worker) says there were bombs going off in basement on 9/11/2001! (FULL 50 Mins)
There were many reports about an explosion in the basement of the north tower. For example, janitor William Rodriguez reported that he and others felt an explosion below the first sub-level office at 9 AM, after which co-worker Felipe David, who had been in front of a nearby freight elevator, came into the office with severe burns on his face and arms yelling “explosion! explosion! explosion!”
Rodriguez’s account has been corroborated by Jose Sanchez, who was in the workshop on the fourth sub-level. Sanchez said that he and a co-worker heard a big blast that “sounded like a bomb,” after which “a huge ball of fire went through the freight elevator.”
FAQ # 5: What Caused the Ejections of Dust and Debris in the Twin Towers?
“Multiple analyses have shown that the ejection speed of the squibs was too high, at 100+ mph, to have been the result of air pressure. These are explosive speeds. They have also been clocked at 160 to 200 feet per second.”
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4dpBzDm5MU (9 Mins Squibs)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0IOfTKeVGs (3 Mins Squibs)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gKv-6bivqo (2 Mins Squibs)
911 Mysteries : squibs
Here on two different NIST claims they “considered the possibility… of explosives.” Then state that “NIST did not test for the residue of these compounds in the steel.” So my question is how did they consider a hypothesis when they never tested for it?
NIST NEVER TESTED FOR EXPLOSIVES (NFPA 921)