Its ok for Richard Gage to ask questions
April 19, 2011
Claims detonated explosvies took towers down
By myFOXDetroit.com Staff (source)
(WJBK) – The official investigation into the cause of World Trade Center towers’ collapse was that jet fuel melted the support beams.
But architect Richard Gage doesn’t believe that. He spoke with FOX 2’s Huel Perkins Thursday night to explain his belief that detonated explosives were used in the fall of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.
He is calling for a new investigation and says he has the support of over 1,400 fellow architects and engineers.
Learn more about his theory at www.ae911truth.org
In this stunning multimedia presentation at a Canadian university, SF Bay Area architect, Richard Gage, AIA, provides a packed audience with a tough technical review of the overwhelming evidence of controlled demolition with explosives at all 3 WTC high-rise “collapses” – including WTC 7 – the 47 story high-rise, not hit by an airplane, which also fell at near free-speed on 9/11.
The producer really didn’t want to do this show
April 18, 2001
Manny Badillo and Tony Szamboti of the Remember Building 7 campaign along with Cheryl Curtis and JoAnne Bauer of Connecticut 9/11 Truth spoke with Colin McEnroe on WNPR, National Public Radio’s Connecticut affiliate.
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Colin McEnroe Show (source):
Remember Building 7:
The official spin on numerous government programs is flat-out bullshit, according to Jesse Ventura. In this incredible collection of actual government documents, Ventura, the ultimate non- partisan truth-seeker, proves it beyond any doubt. He and Dick Russell walk readers through 63 of the most incriminating programs to reveal what really happens behind the closed doors. In addition to providing original government data, Ventura discusses what it really means and how regular Americans can stop criminal behavior at the top levels of government and in the media.
November 13, 2010
Geraldo Rivera Does 911 Truth Segment About Building 7
In the United States today, the phrase `conspiracy theory’ functions as a sort of giant cudgel, used to scare us out of talking openly about a broad (and ever-growing) range of scandals that the powerful cannot afford to let the people comprehend. In this new book, David Ray Griffin takes devastating aim at that repressive tactic, exposing it for what it really is. All those who cherish democracy, and intellectual freedom, owe it to themselves to read this brave analysis—and owe its author their sincerest thanks.