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Video Time LIne Proves Explosions @ WTC7 BEFORE Tower Fell

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posted on Sep, 12 2010 @ 06:47 PM

This video showing Mr. Hess trapped inside WTC 7 (along with Mr. Jennings) prior to any internal fire, or
damage to the exterior of the building.

The window is broken because either Mr. Hess, or Mr. Jennings (RIP) threw an object to break the glass.

This proves explosions went off before the tower fell and trapped the gentlemen within that area of
the structure.

I have forwarded this information to AE911 (Steven Jones, Jim Hoffman, and Richard Gage). Hopefully they
can further assess the time and other important details to use in the quest for a trial.

Copy this video and spread the word. Another nail in the official story and GL cover up lies.

edit on 12-9-2010 by turbofan because: (no reason given)

posted on Sep, 12 2010 @ 07:21 PM
It is evidence like this which makes the OS such a farce. If these city workers went up to the Emergency Command Center in WTC7 *before* the 2nd tower was hit and found it empty, that seems like a situation that needs to be explained. Also, after finding the command center empty, they start to head back down and are trapped on the 8th floor by explosions from below which take out the stairwells and lobby.

But, yeah, WTC7 was disintegrated by fire in the penthouse.

posted on Sep, 12 2010 @ 07:44 PM
This is obviously from after at least one of the towers fell, probably both of them by the thickness of concrete and other debris, car fires, etc. WTC1 was the last tower to fall and the closest to WTC7.

This is solid evidence that something was definitely blocking this man from getting down from the 7th or 8th floor of WTC7 just like Barry Jennings said. That portion of the building is completely intact on the outside. I have a very hard time believing WTC1's impact debris on the other side of the building could have been obstructing his exit.

Great post, S&F.

posted on Sep, 12 2010 @ 07:48 PM

This side of the building has no damage and there are no flames, or smoke in the vicinity to have caused the
stairwell to be blocked.

I'm sure Richard Gage and his group can reference the blue prints to show Mr Hess' location in relation to any
damage from debris and get a better idea of the time of day to dispell myths of the internals sagging and warping
due to intense 'fire'.

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