The distraction runs rampant already, as usual.
This thread is about WTC 7, not the Twin Towers.
Focus on WTC 7,
and any additional information you seem worthy to add, if you don't mind.
I really hate seeing threads become stretched out for tens of pages with totally unrelated distractions of the opening post.
Come Clean, even while I think you are on my side, please refrain from the WTC 1 and 2 subjects.
A tad bit of introspection would be in order, just look back at the amount of posts you spitted out regarding a totally unrelated subject, fires and
evacuees in WTC 1 and 2, while I posted about WTC 7, which had no fires so high up, was not hit by any airplane, and had no damage enough from debris
from the collapsed North Tower, to be responsible for the collapse. See NIST's final report on WTC 7, their own words.
WTC 7 was already completely evacuated just after 9 o'clock, when Hess and Jennings [R.I.P.] arrived at the entrance, and entered its lobby and went
up by elevator to the OEM offices at the 23rd floor, to find it empty, the coffee cups were still filled and steaming but all the screens at the walls
were shut off and black.
A tad bit strange for an Emergency office, ain't it?
Build to coordinate exactly this kind of disaster.
When both man tried to evacuate too, the elevators did not function anymore, so they used the eastern stairwell to descend, which attempt failed at
the sixth floor, where a huge explosion threw them back up to the seventh floor.
That was around 9:30 a.m., since Barry Jennings vehemently explained in his last interview, that both towers were still standing, when that huge
And as you could see in my posted Tenants list in the opening post, the evacuation of all these very important and top secret offices should have met
at least a lot of disagreement by the CEO's or chiefs of those offices, causing normally quite some delay by telephone calls to the NY mayor's
offices or Washington headquarters of these tenants, to ask for authorization to leave all these secrets open for any rescue workers, real or not.
And not the fast and orderly evacuation of 45 floors filled with all these people, which lasted no more than 15 minutes after first impact.
That was not a logical and to be expected timing.
See and hear also my next post with the video taped last interview with Barry Jennings, who died last year, but no death certificate of him has been
found yet, while his family says he died.
His review of his experience on 911, together with Michael Hess, undermines the official story and effectively proved it wrong or even an outright
lie. He is dead now, which in it self is suspicious, since no death certificate can be found.
See also the next post video with Michael Hess shouting from the northeastern corner 8th floor window in WTC 7, that he wanted to be rescued and then
you hear two low frequency explosions, just view it and listen carefully to what they say next...
Remember, everybody not in the know, saw the first impact as a pilots error, until the second plane hit.Then it became logical to see both plane
impacts as terror attacks.
So, perhaps there were not so many tenants at their desks as we expected, at 08:46:26 when the first plane impacted the North Tower?
Note that the North Tower was hit first, at 08:46:26 a.m.(NIST), so the decision to evacuate those 45 floors was immediately
taken after first
word of that plane hit was received where the deciders were sitting. Strange, illogical fast decision. Then at 09:02:54 the South Tower was hit.
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