Originally posted by mfsheldon
So the fact that one lame news anchor (glorified actor) clearly got their verb tense wrong in the confusion is somehow a smoking gun?
Originally posted by sp00n1
This video is clearly the smoking gun on WTC7 collapse fore-knowledge.
We've heard numerous eyewitnesses claim they were forewarned.
Now we have cold hard proof of BBC reporters knowing it was going to collapse before it collapsed.
No two ways around it. Somebody knew WTC7 was coming down.
This raises a lot of questions and establishes newfound credibility for all the eyewitnesses that have claimed they were warned to get away from the building.
This really puts "PULL IT" in a whole new light.
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BBC Correspondent Phil Hayton
00:09 . . . . talking about the Saloman Brothers building collapsing, and indeed it has.
00:35 . . . . Jane what more can you tell us about the Saloman Brothers building and its collapse?
01:37 Presumably there were very few people in the Saloman building when it collapsed.
The news media makes mistakes on almost every "breaking news" story.
Originally posted by andy1033
Amazing how the bbc never explained that video. Not sure myself on it, but i saw a bbc reporter being put on spot about it, and he was stumped.