posted on Nov, 24 2012 @ 05:29 PM
As per your source:
The fire started shortly after 11 a.m., as construction crews were working on the premises, said Lon Walls, a spokesman for Washington's fire
So, it seems a little odd to me that a construction crew would be working on the premises on a Saturday, Thanksgiving weekend. I suppose it's
possible the crew was hired specifically to work during a time when nobody would be there, but then one has to wonder about security issues.
However, the source did say that the fire was in the ductwork, so it would be mighty suspicious if some files went missing and were blamed on the
fire. However, this particular administration tells lies so poorly, it's like they're not even trying hard anymore, they're just phoning it in.
All of their stories have more holes than Swiss cheese, and they don't even bother to try and cover them.