reply to post by okbmd
Airspoon , I'm disappointed that you actually posted those pics that have been debunked hundreds , if not thousands of times , right here on
I have yet to see those pics debunked in any satisfactory manner. A simple "photoshoped" answer doesn't cut it, as I have seen no evidence to
suggest that they are photoshoped, even under close scrutiny. Furthermore, the pics correlate directly with witness testimony.
As far as the "angled-cut" photo, I have heard the iron-worker excuse before and while I agree that there is a possibility iron-workers could have
cut those beams, it certainly hasn't been proven. If you look at the photo, the cut is very sloppy and it doesn't extend all the way to the bottom.
Thermite creates a sloppy mess of the metal, something that obviously happened here with jagged edges and dripping but hardened metal running down the
column and even a chunk out of the top.
Here is a bigger photo for better reference:
Look where that beam is. From what little information we can ascertain from the picture, it doesn't appear as if that column would have been
immediatley attended to by the iron workers. It would seem that the rubble around that column would be cleared before cutting it down, if for nothing
other than saftey due to the "timber" effect, though certainly as common sense seeing how it would have been much harder to get to it. Also, look at
the firefighters in the picture, part of the rescue operation, presumably before the clean-up began. Were there firefighters there during the cleanup?
Sure, though not many (relatively speaking) and they were not combing the pile.
Furthermore, due to the flimsy case put on by the government and OCTs, I feel that the burden of proof is on government. The people are owed an
explanation as to what either happened or didn't happen. The point that I try to make through all of my 9/11 threads, is that we don't know for sure
and we hardly have any information about what, how and why happened, along with who is at fault. A simple independent investigation would easily
provide the information that many of us are seeking. Why anyone wouldn't want a real invesrtigation is beyond me, especially seeing how freedom is on
the line and liberty is nothing more than a distant memory. America, being the beacon of not only freedom, but liberty and justice too, was provided
the death blow on 9/11 and since it was such a hefty price to pay, we should all at least know if it was worth it and warranted. Such a cloak and
dagger process would not have been tolerated just a few decades ago. If the OS can't be proven or is disproven, then we need an investigation. The
price we had to bear is far too much when the whole case is based on the word of the government and a few administartion and industry insiders.