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Peter Presland
09-02-2009, 10:21 AM
This is a pointed request from Richard Gage to Dr Shyam Sunder, Director of the NIST Building and Fire Research Laboratory, for a meeting to discuss the latest NIST report on the WTC 'collapses'. He is very forthright and precise about the issues raised in that report. The letter has a very robust and confident tone to it. Well worth a couple of minutes to read it so here it is - only 134K too!

Jack White
09-02-2009, 03:41 PM
Fantastic letter!

Jack

Paul Rigby
09-02-2009, 05:25 PM
Fantastic letter!

Jack

Might usefully bear the title: "J'Accuse!" Hats off to Gage, it's a barnstormer.

Dawn Meredith
09-03-2009, 04:50 PM
Great letter. Building 7 is definately the smoking gun in this case, although there are a few more. Like why no-one can learn who benefited financially on the put options? Or why Barbara Olsen's husband Ted's story about the "calls" he "recieved" from her has changed so many times? Many question. Questions the government refuses to consider.

Dawn
It's so nice to know that no Colby or Burton will fill this thread with rank denial.

Peter Lemkin
09-04-2009, 04:44 AM
Great letter. Building 7 is definately the smoking gun in this case, although there are a few more. Like why no-one can learn who benefited financially on the put options? Or why Barbara Olsen's husband Ted's story about the "calls" he "recieved" from her has changed so many times? Many question. Questions the government refuses to consider.

Dawn
It's so nice to know that no Colby or Burton will fill this thread with rank denial.

Update: Craig has now become a 911 debunking 'expert' as well 'over there'. :rofl:

Yes, I think WTC 7 and the vault under WTC6 [with the huge punched-out space above it] really are not possible to explain in the bounds of the offical fiction....but then what part is?!?!? Sadly, however, while the % of Americans who question the official version have grown, the 911 Truth movement seems [like the Dallas Truth movement] to be unable to get investigations or convictions or action....we only learn more and grow more cynical of our evil and corrupt overlords.