Falling man, now puck man.
DNA doesn’t exist. 9/11 vicsims don’t exist, except on paper.
Here’s two phony ideas joined together to create a false narrative.
There’s no medical breakthrough. There’s nothing in an old bone that could possibly tell anyone who’s it is. It’s unlikely a small piece could even tell if it belongs to any particular animal, including a human.
The 9/11 narrative continues to ramp up to the anniversary.
After more than half a dozen futile attempts over the course of 17 years to identify a single bone found in the rubble of the World Trade Center, medical examiners finally had a breakthrough this week. Thanks to advances in DNA testing, the bone was linked to a 26-year-old financial worker from New Jersey who died in the 9/11 attacks, the New York Times reports.