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04-08-2008, 01:13 PM
The Third Tower on 9/11
Do we really know what happened on 9/11?


(Gold9472: I am so very fucking sick of the fact that the media ONLY tackles Controlled Demolition, and a missile hitting the Pentagon. Why don't they "debunk" this (http://www.yourbbsucks.com/forum/showthread.php?t=16951), or this (http://www.yourbbsucks.com/forum/showthread.php?t=15847)? Why don't they have Lorie Van Auken, and Mindy Kleinberg on to debunk what they have to say, as well as their report (http://www.911truth.org/downloads/Family%20Steering%20Cmte%20review%20of%20Report.pd f)? The OBVIOUS "reluctance" by the media to cover other information should speak volumes to everyone.)


Hidden behind the Twin Towers stood World Trade Centre Building 7. This 610ft (186m), 47 storey skyscraper also collapsed on 11 September 2001.

An anonymous building from the outside it housed some very special occupants: the CIA, the Secret Service, and the very agency meant to combat terrorist attacks - the Office of Emergency Management.

According to the official explanation, this is the first and only building in the world to collapse solely due to fire.

For those who question the official account of what happened on 9/11, Building 7 has become a rallying cry. They think it can unlock a massive conspiracy.

Unlike the Twin Towers, WTC 7 was never hit by a plane. There were few outward signs of extensive damage of this 47 storey building. Yet it collapsed in a few seconds.

Afterwards, all of the many thousands of tonnes of steel from the building were taken away to be melted down in the Far East.

The Conspiracy Files reports as the final official report on Building 7 is due to be published, nearly seven years on from 9/11.

04-15-2008, 07:35 AM
About the Jesse Ventura thing again here. WHen he talks about bldg 7, why does he not mention what was IN that building, and the fact that other buildings in closer proximity that suffered heavier damage did not collapse? It almost sounds like conjecture when he discusses it. SIDENOTE: Did someone turn off email notification?