posted on Sep, 17 2013 @ 03:55 AM
The more I look at that INS guy, the more suspicious he becomes to me.
He clinches to something in his right hand, a black thing with a piece of paper under it, so to see. In his left hand the phone. Then he says this and
starts to give the phone to the long fireman :
"Here's one of the guys who can tell you I'm OK, alright? " He hands over the phone to the long fireman and he says to him :
"You want call your mother or something? "
Then the explosion follows.
Then a few moments later the INS guy comes in sight again, he now has the phone in his hands.
That long fireman should be asked if he ever got to hear a voice on that open phone line of that INS guy his 'mother'.... Also find that camera man
and interrogate him seriously too, every other cameraman in the world would run to that corner to film what happened....
Several possibilities and scenarios here :
1. He's holding the radio trigger device in his right hand and pushes it. He doesn't had his mother on the phone, as he said, but his demolition
2. He's not talking on that phone to his mother but to the demolition chief and in fact tells him that those firemen stumbling around too near to WTC
7 are now all around him including that annoying cameraman, then the chief tells him he's gonna blow the next charge (Thermobaric) to try to break
the backbone of that huge 47 stories high steel building, and that the INS guy must keep those men, now gathered around him, at all costs, out of the
way to an unobstructed view to WTC 7's lower stories. Then, when his chief hears him saying those next words in the phone, he knows he now can safely
push the charge its radio trigger. BAAAH-BAAANG.
3. The second sentence of that INS guy is very suspicious, since he first ask that fireman to explain to his mother to tell her he's alright, and
then as a distraction he asks the guy now nearly having the chance to say something or hear something from the person on the other side of the phone
line, if he wants to phone HIS mother....
Then, after the directly following blast, he does not seem to bother anymore about his 'mother', PLEASE NOTE, just after she must have heard that
huge blast sound through that phone line and must be worried to hell by now, but says only
"Don't worry about me. Need to make calls? "
which last words he asks to those bewildered firemen, (1:56 / 7:08 )
He could have said to not worry about him to his mother, but he doesn't seem to bother to explain to her anything further, which a mother for sure
would have asked him after hearing such huge explosion.
His demolition chief of course only wants to hear if those fireman were not running to that corner, so that's why he asks with the phone still in his
hands, if they need to make calls.
4. He and the cameraman were part of the ongoing cover-up. And the clean-up / round-up of all nosy persons hanging around too near WTC 7. So nobody
could film or witness what happened on the lower floors of WTC 7, when they finally delivered the coup de grace blow to it at five thirty in the