Dare to Remain Unchanged After Watching This New Video Documenting 9/11

There are theories left, right and center about the events that led to the collapse of the World Trade Center – particularly Building 7.  No plane hit the third collapsed building and the only fire caught on camera arguably was not enough to bring an entire building down.

Former NIST employee (NIST was the organization that gave the official reason of fire as the cause of collapse for all buildings on that day) Peter Michael Ketcham gives his account on what really happened. A controlled demolition now seems the most plausible explanation as evidence continues to mount.

Watch the video and dare to remain unchanged after the sobering account of what may have happened.

“I began to read some of those reports. As I then watched several documentaries challenging the findings of the NIST investigation, I quickly became furious. First, I was furious with myself. How could I have worked at NIST all those years and not have noticed this before? Second, I was furious with NIST. The NIST I knew was intellectually open, non-defensive, and willing to consider competing explanations,” Ketcham explained.

“The more I investigated, the more apparent it became that NIST had reached a predetermined conclusion by ignoring, dismissing, and denying the evidence. Among the most egregious examples is the explanation for the collapse of WTC 7 as an elaborate sequence of unlikely events culminating in the almost symmetrical total collapse of a steel-frame building into its own footprint at free-fall acceleration.”

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