9/11 WTC Explosive Eyewitness Evidence.





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Published on Sep 22, 2012

A compilation of Eyewitness statements and media reports from 11th September 2001 New York, USA...Please feel free to download and reupload onto your channels.
Thank you to all the 9/11 Researchers who have contributed clips to this compilation.
Especially - 911Investigationvids,911TIMEFORTRUTH,MKmonarch,nathan flach,,wearechangenj.and the much missed irancontrascumdid911.

Thank you all,and all the others whose names dont appear,my apologies ,but you know who you are ,and we are eternally grateful for your efforts.
After seeing Professor Graeme McQueen at last years Toronto Hearings into 911, i decided to assemble all the eyewitness statenents and media reports of explosions into one compilation,this compilation is far from complete but does serve to illustrate Professor McQueen`s observations that reports of explosions were commonplace on the day of 9/11 ,but slowly disappeared from the mainstream over the coming few days.

As the good Professor says himself ,First Hand eyewitness evidence is crucial and extremely important.and yes eyewitness evidence can be submitted to a REAL investigation.
You may ask yourself- Did the 9/11 Comission see these clips?
And if they did (they did ) why is none of this mentioned in their report.?

As the 9/11 researchers have worked through the NIST Cumulus Database Release it has become obvious why the battle to get the clips released to the public took so long.
They whole morning is full of reports of explosions ,across all the networks,and many eyewitnesses describe explosions.
They cant all be mistaken.
For further research i recommend reading the Oral Histories of the NYFD on the New York Times website...again Professor McQueen has done some great work in this area.

Yet NIST refuse to consider the controlled demolition hypothesis entirely.

Now that is the definition of a cover-up.


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