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Saturday, 12 March 2011 01:32

Questioning 9/11: Seven problems with Building 7

Dwain Deets

North County Times, 6/24/2010,

1. No plane struck the 47-story World Trade Center skyscraper (Building 7).

2. No evidence of fires in Building 7 for the first 100 minutes after being struck by debris from Tower 1. (Yet fire from the debris is the official explanation for building collapse.)

3. Sudden free-fall drop of eight stories is finally officially acknowledged. Yet the National Institute of Science and Technology's lead investigator explained months earlier that free fall could not have occurred because that would have meant there would have been no structural components below.

4. No mainstream media covered the building collapse other than that first day, when Dan Rather said on network TV, "For the third time today, it's reminiscent of those pictures that we've all seen too much ... when a building was deliberately destroyed by well-placed dynamite to knock it down."

5. No mention of Building 7 in the 9/11 Commission Report.

6. The New York Times characterized as "perhaps the deepest mystery in the investigation," a FEMA-report appendix about a steel specimen recovered from Building 7, rather like Swiss cheese, a product of extraordinarily high temperatures.

7. No mention in the NIST Building 7 Final Report of this mysterious steel specimen.

Isn't it time for a real investigation?

Dwain Deets