Thursday, 18 September 2008

The 9/11 Interview with Michael Hess: Evidence that NIST Lied about When He and Barry Jennings Were Rescued

Shortly after the first strike on the World Trade Center, which occurred at 8:46 AM on 9/11, Michael Hess, New York City's corporation counsel, and Barry Jennings, the deputy director of the Emergency Services Department of the New York City Housing Authority, headed to the Office of Emergency Management's Emergency Operating Center, which was on the 23rd floor of WTC 7, where they assumed that Mayor Rudy Giuliani would be. But when Hess and Jennings arrived, the place was empty. Jennings then telephoned someone to ask what they should do and was told that they should leave immediately. Finding that the elevators would not work, they started down the stairs. When they reached the sixth floor, however, there was a powerful explosion beneath them, which, Jennings told the makers of Loose Change Final Cut,1 caused the landing on which they were standing to give way. Making their way back up to the eighth floor, they were able to break a window and call for help. Hess later reported: "[W]e were trapped on the eighth floor with smoke, thick smoke, all around us, for about an hour and a half [before] the New York Fire Department . . . came and got us out."2

The author here, David Ray Griffin, points out that NIST tried to show that these individuals were inside WTC7 at a later time so that they could falsely claim the explosions they experienced inside this building were simply the result of the collapse of the towers.

NIST is blatantly trying to distort the sequence of events here in order to cover up clear evidence that explosives were used inside this building. Subsequent forensic evidence, of Molten Steel and Thermate, showed that explosive incendiary devices were used proving that this part of 911 was an Inside Job.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, September 18th, 2008.]

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