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Friday, September 09, 2011

Chilling evidence Twin Towers could not have collapsed the way official narrative claims

911 Mysteries- Demolitions(part1)

( -- by 911SeekingTheTruth


Chris Moore comments:

The above are the first two of ten videos in this program, about ten minutes each. I highly recommend you watch the entire program from beginning to end (a link to the succeeding video appears at the end of each ten minute section).

This is the most convincing, disturbing, comprehensive evidence that 9/11 was an inside job that I have ever seen. It doesn't go into the Zionist/Israel angle (you can view an excellent website on that angle HERE -- give the page a couple of minutes to fully load), but this series lays out the forensic evidence regarding the collapse of the Twin Towers and WTC7 in such a way that it is nearly impossible to refute that it was a controlled demolition.

In the last video, there is a recording of man by the name of Kevin Cosgrove on the telephone trapped in one of the towers on the 105th floor just a few seconds before it collapses. You can hear the plaintive wails and screams of Cosgrove and the people nearby as the building disintegrates around them, sending them tumbling to their deaths. It's one of the most shocking, heart-rending recordings you will ever hear, and brings home the extent to which there is profound evil afoot in this world that is capable of carrying out such a heartless, treasonous operation.

The producers of this video apparently had it available for purchase on DVD, but ran into copyright problems over some of the outtakes they used. (Copyright complainst/claims are standard operating procedure for those who are bent on censorship and sabotage of the 9/11 truth movement). Anyway, according to the producers' website, they are going to re-cut and re-issue the DVD to get around the copyright dispute, and make it available for purchase. When it comes out, I recommend you buy multiple copies and pass them around to everyone you know.

This series will change the way you view the world.
Q & A with courageous amateur filmmaker who made this documentary, and her incredible back story

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