Good morning, Good Afternoon and Good evening to everyone…
We live in the 21st century, where there are cameras located on almost every major street, specially in big cities like Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle
and of course… New York.
Here in Los Angeles, I can find one easy… All I have to do is say… “Hey… look…. What’s on top of that traffic light post? Oh it’s just
aother street camera… SAY CHEESE!”
So if building seven was a controlled demolition (And I’m not saying its not ) then why not look back at least two months, hell maybe even a full
years worth of surveillance video located on each of the streets surrounding building seven and looks for suspicious activity?
Now I don’t know if NY has cameras on every block because I do not live there, but maybe someone can look into it and see if there are cameras that
might have been surrounding the building at the time.
IF and that’s a big IF, IF there are cameras… those explosives would have had to have entered the building some how right? i.e. Vans and or
trucks? Maybe unmarked and unregistered vans and or trucks?
Perhaps one of these cameras, IF there were cameras… would have captured suspicious activity days, weeks and or months prior to 9/11. Unmarked
trucks and or vans entering, and or leaving the building?
I mean a camera like one of these on youtube:
(THIS IS A LINK SHOWING A STREET CAMERA IN NEW YORK CITY)
So all I am saying really is… maybe we are looking at the wrong footage? Just because it was filmed on 9/11 and shows building seven collapsing
doesn’t mean it’s the full story, everyone keeps talking about FAQ and what not… well then maybe this can be another gate way to putting the
whole story together again…
I’m talking about getting your hands on as much footage available PRIOR to 9/11 and maybe, just maybe if you guys are all correct…. Then maybe we
will see something we have yet to discover?
Please, I am just trying to look at it from a different perspective, do not reply in an un respectful manner because I respect all of you along with
all of your thoughts and or comments, thank you for your time.