The collapse of World Trade Center Building 7, the building outside of the WTC proper and across Vesey St., on September 11, 2001 was highly suspect
because of the flimsy, implausible reason that was offered up for that collapse, to wit, the failure of the building’s steel frame due to fire even
though that building was not totally consumed by raging fire for hours upon hours on end... far from it.
If there were some nefarious motive for the destruction of that building, then what would that motive be?
Well, back then, it was noted in internet discussions that there had been major money laundering investigations that were in progress by a federal
agency in Bldg. 7 (the F.B.I., I think), plus other money laundering investigations in Bldg. 5 or 6 or both (by, I think, the Customs Department).
Now, according to an article in New Republic, the Russian mafia has been implicated in numerous and significant instances of money laundering that go
much further back in time than September 11, 2001. (See:
players in that game of money laundering would have had a motive for the destruction of the WTC Bldg. 7, which was to destroy evidence of money
laundering cases thus preventing those criminal cases from moving forward... and not just the destruction of Bldg. 7, but of the whole WTC complex for
a whole host of other reasons, like, for example and hypothetically speaking, of course, a piece of the action of insurance proceeds, such filthy
lucre very much in need of laundering... where? Well, one obvious choice would be the friendly money laundromat up Fifth Avenue... hypothetically
speaking, of course.
Guess whose name came up in that New Republic article in a very big way in connection with the Russian shenanigans? Why, that guy is actually the
focus of that article. Guess where that guy is today? Have you noticed how this guy is sweating bullets about the Special Prosecutor’s touching upon
his family’s finances? Did you take notice of an indiscreet slip by this guy’s personal lawyer that he made in an email. That lawyer mentioned
that a lot of issues that are dogging his client are covered by the Statue of Limitations, anyway. Was he referring to anything that goes back about
16 years and is connected to the events of 9/11? Who knows at this point?
Last night on his MSNBC show, Lawrence O'Donnell made that guy out to be a blathering senile fool suffering from incoherence. However, the truth is
that a much younger man under similar stress would start to lose it upstairs as well. This is what intense fear of things coming to light can do to a
Anyway, just because you may have a motive for a crime does not mean that you have committed that crime. It’s all hypothetical.
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