Remembering Tower 7 – one of the many smoking guns which proves we are being fed a massive lie about 9/11
The clearest evidence that the 9-11-2001 attacks were deliberately orchestrated by elements in the government is that the official 9/11 Commission Report issued by the government does not even mention Tower 7. Stop and reflect upon that, the commission set up by the government to find out what happened, how it happened, and who did it, did not mention the collapse of a 47 story skyscraper!
That silence in the report speaks louder than words ever could. The 585 page 9/11 Commission Report contains no date of publication. The report was issued by a commission that was reluctantly called together by the Bush Administration, which only called the commission together after a public clamor for an investigation. The commission did not convene until November 26, 2002, which was 441 days after the attacks. That delay is clear evidence of foot-dragging and suggests that the government was in no hurry to find out what truly happened on 9-11-2001.
The 9/11 Commission Report was issued on July 22, 2004. The commission spent more than 1 ½ years studying the events of 9-11-2001, with all of the resources of the federal government at its disposal, yet it decided not to even discuss Tower 7. Tower 7 is the elephant in the room, the failure to even mention Tower 7 in the 9/11 Commission Report is clear evidence of a cover-up. Barry Jennings revealed in an interview with Dylan Avery that he was interviewed by the 9/11 Commission and told them about the stairwell collapsing up to the 6 floor, that he was th trapped on the 8 floor, that he heard repeated explosions over several hours, stepping over dead th bodies, and the devastation he witnessed in the lobby. The 9/11 Commission knew about what happened to Tower 7.
The evidence pointed to WTC 7 being purposely brought down by those with access to the inside security of the building. They could not reveal that, so they did not even discuss WTC 7. The 9/11 Commission’s failure to address the collapse of Tower 7 speaks volumes. The commission could not reveal what happened to WTC 7, because it pointed directly to the involvement of high officials in the federal government. WTC 7 was one of the most secure buildings in New York. It was the home of the CIA, IRS Regional Council, U.S. Secret Service, ATF, the SEC, and the Mayor’s Office of Emergency Management. Security in that building was very tight. Not anyone could just walk into that building. It would require security clearances and coordination from high officials in the federal government.
If there were explosions going off in the building as reported by Barry Jennings, high officials in the federal government made it happen. The purposeful refusal by the commission to address WTC 7 is clear proof of a coverup. It was left to NIST to conjure up a theory for the collapse of Tower 7. NIST did not issue its report until November 2008, which was four years after the 9/11 Commission Report was issued and seven years after the 9/11 attacks. Suspiciously, NIST did no materials testing. The 277 NIST report was based entirely upon a computer model that included assumptions that supported its theory of collapse due to fire.
continue reading here and go to page 97 to continue where we left off
below is a video of WTC 7 survivor and witness barry jennings (who myseriously died aug/2008
Barry Jennings mysteriously died on August 19, 2008. He was 53 years old at the time, with no history of life-threatening illness. Mr. Jennings died within days of the NIST report being issued on the cause of the Tower 7 collapse. Mr. Jennings was married and had four children, but there is no obituary or public record of his death. Dylan Avery went to Mr. Jennings home, and found the residence vacant with a “For Sale” sign out front. A friend of Dylan Avery hired a private detective who is reputed to be the best P.I.
in New York to find out how Mr. Jennings died. Within 24 hours the P.I. contacted the client to refund his money and told him not to ever contact her again, that it was a police matter. To this day there has been no reported cause of death for Barry Jennings. 254 Jennings died on August 19, 2008; two days later, on August 21, 2008, NIST called a press conference to release a draft of its report on the collapse of Tower 7. The final NIST 255 report was released in November 2008. NIST did no materials testing, but instead relied upon a computer model that supported its theory. NIST refuses to release the model to the public for review. Engineers that have read the NIST report noted that the computer model misrepresents the fires that actually occurred in Tower 7. Barry Jennings spent hours in the buildings and heard numerous explosions. Jennings was a fly in the ointment of the NIST computer modeling assumptions. With Barry Jennings now dead, there are no first-hand witnesses around to refute the false data used in the NIST computer model.
Barry Jennings posed a threat to two main points made in the NIST report.
The NIST report states: Simulations of hypothetical blast events show that no blast event played a role in the collapse of WTC 7. NIST concluded that blast events did not occur, and found no evidence whose explanation required invocation of a blast event.
Jennings was in the building and heard repeated the explosions. An explosion took out the stairwell beneath his feet at the sixth floor of the building. He was trapped in the building because of the explosions. The stairwell explosion happened before either tower collapsed. The second main point of the NIST report that Jennings could refute was the claim that nobody died in WTC 7. The NIST report states: There were no serious injuries or fatalities, because the estimated 4,000 occupants of WTC 7 reacted to the airplane impacts on the two WTC towers and began evacuating before there was significant damage to WTC 7.
The NIST report states that building 7 was completely evacuated within an hour of the first alleged plane impact on WTC 1. However, we know that Jennings and Hess were still in the building long after that and were there when both Towers 1 and 2 collapsed. Jennings was told by a fireman do not look down because they were stepping over dead bodies as he was being rescued from the building by the firemen. Jennings was put under tremendous pressure at his job and told Dylan Avery that he was threatened to be fired over his statements about the events of 9-11-2001. Jennings was afraid of being fired and asked Avery not to use his interview in an upcoming update to his Loose Change video. Avery agreed, and the interview was not placed in the video. Under continuing pressure, Jennings later equivocated in a BBC interview. Jennings stated: “I didn’t like how I was portrayed. I was portrayed as seeing dead bodies. I never saw dead bodies. I said it felt like I was stepping over them, but I never saw them.”
It is reasonable to conclude that Jennings was under pressure to equivocate his earlier account. Jennings’ original interview has now been posted on the internet by Dylan Avery. In the video, Jennings clearly states that he was stepping over bodies as he was being rescued from building 7. He stated: “we were stepping over people, and you know you can feel when you are stepping over people.”
While Jennings may in fact not have “seen” bodies he “knew” he was stepping over dead bodies because he could “feel” them. He did not “see” the dead bodies, because he was told by the fireman who rescued him not to look down, so that he would not see the dead bodies. Jennings later equivocation is not a retraction of his earlier statement. He did not retract that he was told not to look down by the fireman, and he did not retract that he felt the bodies as he was stepping over them. His testimony remains as evidence of those facts.