posted on Apr, 2 2013 @ 10:56 PM
Iran really really doesn't like us, do they? That is their media organization, after all. (Owned by the Republic of Iran Broadcasting).
I find it more than a little disingenuous myself that they fail to mention a very important part while suggesting over a thousand people just vanished
..or that there is some nefarious reason for the debris being less than paper calculations would have put it at.
The fires in the debris pile burned for 3 months. A friend of mine was a detective with NYPD when that happened and worked down at the site in the
early days. He's confirmed the burning rubble deep within the rubble piles and I'm sure that was more than sufficient to incinerate people. That
would explain why they found intact parts or nothing at all. Not too much in between. It's sure a morbid thing, but funeral homes cremate people
every day in a rather short amount of time. 3 months probably didn't leave anything to find.
Besides... I know they sifted that debris like an archeological site as it came into Fish Kills. Looking for or hiding evidence, whichever side a
person takes on it...but either way, what could possibly be left to find? It's ghoulish to even do this, IMO.