Brian asks the great question, if 50, or even 10,000 people were in the twins at 9am, subtract 3000, and you’re left with at least 7,000 people clamoring for the exits.
Where are the photos of this rush of people?
Did they not make them, so they didn’t have 7000 potential interviewees for the “media”?
Led by Rollo and joined by Napoleon Wilson, Velocet, Yossarian, Spiro, Noiz_level, Rachel, DaveJ, Ab, Delcroix, Exoteric64, Phil Blanks, Codyfrommemphis, TomD, Originalsimulent, Silverbeam, Chad628, SMJ
Before the U.S. mourned the tragic events of September 11, 2001, the Copts had been commemorating that day as the start of their New Year for hundreds of years, as it happens to coincide with the Coptic New Year according to the Coptic calendar (except that it falls on September 12th when there is a leap year, as it does this year).* Interestingly, the Copts have been associating that day with remembering fallen heroes well before it was necessitated by the recent attacks on the U.S.
9/11 victim identification: DNA techniques advance
Andrew Schweighardt, a criminalist with the New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner, holds an example of what a sample of DNA looks like after impurities are removed from bone powder during the process to identify remains of deceased victims. The unit handles DNA testing for unidentified persons, including victims of the attacks on the World Trade Center on 9/11.
Editor’s note: Theirry Meyssan was the first public intellectual to challenge the official account of 9/11, including his web site,“Hunt the Boeing”, and two books,Pentagate(2002) and9/11: The Big Lie(2002). Here is one of many photographs featured on his blog that demonstrate no Boeing 757 hit the Pentagon and that the official account of 9/11 is, indeed, “a big lie”:
Thierry Meyssan: An Open Letter to President Trump concerning the consequences of 11 September 2001 jamesfetzer.blogspot.com…
A modern Titanic hoax tale endures around another phony plane crash, Canada’s own Swissair 111.
Lots of buried treasure apparently floating in the ocean. Maybe James Cameron’s phony Titanic submarine can find it.
September is plane crash month in the hoax calendar.
I’ve been to the rather sparse roadside memorial on my Canada tour. Not much to see.
More than five kilograms of diamonds and jewels. A Picasso worth millions. Nearly 50 kilograms in cash. The fate of many millions of dollars of valuables said to be carried aboard Swissair Flight 111 when it went down off Nova Scotia 20 years ago this Sunday remains unknown. Insiders say the mystery may never be solved — an attempt to salvage the precious cargo was quickly abandoned, and any treasure hunters who seek to find it are doing it illegally.
Everyone, I believe, is aware of the official story of the “shut down” of all flights after the 4 reported “plane crashes”.
We also have an ongoing debate about how manyvicsims(by definition a vicsim is a collection of identifying information meant to prove the publicized death of an individual that doesn’t necessarily need to be someone who ever existed in real life) have “real-life counterparts” or who really existed but maynothave died in the manner of deaths reported by the media (i.e.; building fires, building collapses, plane crashes, or search and rescue), if they even died at all.
VICSIMS: the simulated victims of 9/11 • How many flights were permitted on 9/11/2001? cluesforum.info…
Nothing like a (scheduled) controlled demolition, complete with a reference to the famous twins, added with some Judy Wood dustification (“like flour”), vicsims, to bring back memories of 9/11
More bodies were recovered Wednesday from the site of a highway bridge collapse. At least 39 people were killed, prompting the prime minister to declare a state of emergency as the search for victims continues. Valentina Galbusera knows now how very close she came to plunging over that bridge, saying she would have died. The mother of two said the bridge started shaking violently, then the giant A-frame tower in front of her collapsed “like flour.” “The cone yes, fell down like flour,” Galbusera said.