WTC 7 Fire Alarm System Shut Down on 9/11 – And Every Morning from September 4th
Smoking Gun #1: The fire alarm system in WTC 7 was effectively shut down at the off-site monitoring station on 9/11 until 14:48 PM because it was in
TEST : ALL condition. That means the operator monitoring the system would not be informed of any fire alarms. However, fire alarm data is recorded in
a history file.
Smoking Gun #2: The system had also been shut down every morning for a week before 9/11!
Smoking Gun #3: There is only one fire alarm at 10:00 AM, which was recorded in the history file. No other fire alarms were recorded up to 14:48 PM
when the system returned to normal (after the 8 hour TEST condition ended). Even though the system was in TEST condition, it would record fire alarms
-- they would not be reported to the operator, but would be recorded in the history file. During TEST condition, no specific location of the fire
alarm would be transmitted -- only the designation AREA 1 is used, meaning the fire alarm occurred somewhere in WTC 7. Fires were reported during this
time period. But, no records of fire alarms in the history file!
Smoking Gun #4: NIST provides no information about the fire alarm record history after 14:48 when the TEST condition ended and the system returned to
normal. WTC 7 collapsed at 17:20 PM. Fires were reported during this time period. There should have been fire alarms reported to the monitoring
station and their specific location recorded in the history file.
TEST condition is used during maintenance or testing so that: “… alarm signals are not shown on the operator’s display, but records of the alarm
are recorded into the history file.”
This is important to understand. If there is an alarm signal during TEST condition, the operator at the monitoring station (which was offsite, and not
within WTC 7) would not see it. But, the alarm would be recorded in the history file.
During TEST condition, any alarm data would be represented as AREA 1 – meaning the entire building. Therefore, specific data such as the location of
fire detectors would not be transmitted – all data would be represented as AREA 1.
For the preceding 7 days, the WTC 7 fire alarm system was placed in TEST mode every morning!
Only one fire alarm was recorded, at 10:00 AM, shortly after the collapse of WTC 2. NIST states the alarm was probably triggered by smoke or dust from
My theory is that the fire alarm system was disabled to set up the story that WTC 7 collapsed due to fire. “… a great amount of information is
normally collected and stored by any fire alarm system from fire detectors installed throughout a building.” The lack of data simplified the
cover-up – no inconvenient fire alarm data to contradict the official story.
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