Monday, April 23, 2007

Kerry: WTC7 felled by controlled demolition

It has just come to my attention that John Kerry has recently told a questioner that it was his understanding that World Trade Center 7 was brought down by controlled demolition because of a danger of a wall collapsing.

A video is found at
http://www.jonesreport.com/articles/220407_kerry_wtc7.html

This brings us back to my previous assertions that lawmakers apparently were told that WTC7 was brought down by controlled demolition but that that fact was kept quiet for "national security reasons" (i.e., because the public might then suspect that the twin towers were likewise demolished).

So now we have the NIST, which after all these years, is still studying the collapse, saying it has found no evidence of controlled demolition in the WTC7 collapse -- thus contradicting the statements of the owner, Larry Silverstein, and of a presidential candidate, John Kerry.

See the Kerry video at http://www.newcitizenship.net

Now you may say that you can accept the idea that WTC7 was demolished for security or safety reasons but that the action was kept quiet because of problems of public perception. But here we have again the issue of a government which fibs to the people, as occurred with respect to WMDs and the run-up to the Iraq war.

So will the NIST, or its contractor studying the collapse, be sure to interview Kerry or at least send his office a request for more information? What about the FBI? Will it interview Kerry as to where he got that information? Or maybe the FBI was actually a source of that information.

Note: Kerry's general comments show a disinclination to vouch for a 9/11 conspiracy. His comment about WTC7, in fact, is aimed at a "reasonable" explanation of collapse. However, he very well may not have realized that he was disclosing confidential information. He could well have forgotten that he had been briefed on a national security basis.

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