Professional Demolition of World Trade Center Building 7
Larry Silverstein, the owner of the WTC complex, admitted on a September 2002 PBS documentary, 'America Rebuilds' that he and the NYFD decided to 'pull' WTC 7 on the day of the attack. The word 'pull' is industry jargon for taking a building down with explosives.
We have attempted to call Larry Silverstein's office on several occasions. Silverstein has never issued a retraction for his comments.
Photos taken moments before the collapse of WTC 7 show small office fires on just two floors.
Firefighters were told to move away from the building moments before it collapsed.
In February of 2002 Silverstein Properties won $861 million from Industrial Risk Insurers to rebuild on the site of WTC 7. Silverstein Properties' estimated investment in WTC 7 was $386 million. So: This building's collapse resulted in a profit of about $500 million!
Close-Up of WTC-7 Collapse Footage Shows Unmistakable Demolition Charges
Construction Worker Gives Another Account Of Underground Blasts In The WTC
First-hand Accounts of Underground Explosions In The North Tower
New York Firefighters Discuss Bombs in WTC Towers
In this clip you will hear a discussion between New York Firefighters from September 11 where they describe the WTC and the fact that it looked like detonators were planted in the towers.
WTC Construction Manager: Towers Were Designed to Take Numerous Plane Crashes
Update: WTC Construction Certifiers Say Towers Should Have Easily Withstood Jet Fuel Temperatures
NNBC: FDNY Chief of Safety Reported Bombs Both Within the Towers and on the Planes on 9/11
"The results of these tests appear to indicate that the buildings should have easily withstood the thermal stress caused by pools of burning jet fuel. "
Debunker Attacks WTC 7 Evidence on MSNBC's Countdown
CNN Poll: 89% Believe US Government Covering Up 9/11
Zogby Poll: Half of New Yorkers Believe Government Complicity in 9/11