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Saturday, August 03, 2019

9/11 Conspiracy Theory Gets Legal and Scientific Teeth

24 July 2019: The Fire Commissioners of the Franklin Square and Munson Fire District outside of Queens, New York have passed a resolution calling for a formal enquiry into allegations that explosives were planted in the Trade Centre buildings prior to the airplane suicide attacks -
NY Fire Commissioners Demand New 9/11 Probe, Citing "Overwhelming Evidence of Pre-Planted Explosives"

This comes after a petition to the New York Southern District Attorney's office by victims' families on 10 April last year, stating “The Lawyers’ Committee has reviewed the relevant available evidence . . . and has reached a consensus that there is not just substantial or persuasive evidence of yet-to-be-prosecuted crimes related to the use of pre-planted explosives and/or incendiaries . . . on 9/11, but there is actually conclusive evidence that such federal crimes were committed.”

That Grand Jury Petition made on 10 April 2019 can be read here:


m davies said...

Thanks, Sackerson!

Paddington said...

Don't fall in the conspiracy rabbit hole. This has been investigated again and again, by actual experts. These cases, like Dow Corning and Monsanto, are science-free, but make lots of money for lawyers.

Bigal said...

Building 7

Sackerson said...

@Paddington: just curious as to how Fire Commissioners can go along with it. Doubtless the Scientists and the Courts will sort it all out. Won't they?

Paddington said...

@Sackerson - Notice that it is the Fire Commissioners, not the Fire Inspectors and arson experts. As for the courts, they destroyed Dow Chemical over breast implants, when silicone does not react with live tissue, and recently found against Monsanto over glyphosate, which affects only one enzyme in plants.

I am no lover of big corporations, but courts and elected officials are notorious for not understanding Science and Mathematics.