Building 7

Most Americans don’t know it but a total of three skyscrapers at the World Trade Center were taken down on 9/11. The mysterious 3rd one is known as Building 7, the Salomon Brothers building (in a BBC video), 7 WTC (in the 9/11 Commission report), or WTC 7.

The website www.wtc7.net by Jim Hoffman is fully dedicated to this building. You will find videos, photographs, articles, other documents, and lots of analysis. Hoffman is very intense and his information will satisfy your strongest hunger for details.

You can also find excellent videos of Building 7 at killtown’s 911review site:

http://killtown.911review.org/wtc7/collapse.html

and

http://killtown.911review.org/wtc7/videos.html

Building 7 is, to many in the 9/11 Truth movement, the biggest and clearest smoking gun of all. A look at the collapse videos has convinced many scientifically inclined people to take a further look at Building 7 and 9/11 in general.

In September 2002 Building 7 owner and Twin Towers leaseholder (as of July, 2001) Larry Silverstein admitted on a PBS interview that he suggested to the fire department that they “pull” Building 7, and they made that decision to pull at we watched the building come down. Later he attempted to backtrack and explain his way out of it, saying pull meant remove all the firefighters, but that made no sense. There wouldn’t have been any firefighters in the building at around 5 or 5:20 p.m. and furthermore, since when does ordering firefighters to evacuate a building cause the building to collapse? Never.

It’s noteworthy that the NIST (see below, separate entry) took until late 2008 to explain what happened with Building 7. Yes obviously this team of geniuses took about 7 years to think about it and come up with a plan. Then they had to change their explanation when David Chandler pointed out that Building 7 had fallen for 2.5 seconds at the acceleration due to gravity, or free fall speed.