Hello fellow conspiracy nuts! This is my first post on this website.
I work very close to Federal Plaza in NYC, and there is a peculiar building located one block to the west. The address is 33 Thomas Street, and it is
also known as the AT&T long lines building.
Interesting facts and questions that I cannot find the answers to.
1) Directly in front of the building, there is a sign that states no standing except authorized vehicles, and the agency permitted to park there is
2) I have never heard of an agency called AWM, and no matter how I goggle it, nothing comes up. Have you ever heard of a government agency with no
website? Even NSA has a website.
3) AWM is definitely some sort of federal law enforcement. In lower Manhattan, it is impossible to park a car on the street unless it has some type of
plaque provided by DOT or law enforcement agency. All DOT and NYPD plaques have a lot of info, e.g. type of agency, license plate number, expiration
date etc... The cars that park in front of 33 Thomas have a very plain white plaque with large red letters which simply say AWM and an expiration
date. I have noticed that some of these vehicles also display Federal Law Enforcement plaques provided by the NYPD. Additionally, almost all the cars
have controls for strobe lights built into the center counsel or dash board.
4) The people I have seen exiting the cars often look very military like in dress and demeanor.
5) Now for the building. It is a 30-40 story building with no windows.
6) I have read that it is designed to withstand a nuclear strike.
7) Each floor is very tall, and the floor can withstand a tremendous amount of weight by square foot.
8) Just look at the photos of the building on the web, it has vents at the middle and the top.
When I first started to work in the area I thought that the building was were all the telephone lines for NYC went; however, when I noticed the AWM
signs, plaques, and personnel I figured out that this is not the phone company.
Does anyone have any ideas as to what AWM stands for, what they do?
What if the real purpose of 33 Thomas Street?