Monday, September 23, 2013

A 9/11 question

I’m just randomly throwing this out there because it’s my blog and I can.

On February 26, 1993, a truck bomb was detonated by terrorists below the North Tower of the World Trade Center in New York.

Fast-forward eight years to September 11, 2001. Terrorists again attack the World Trade Center, this time using planes. However, numerous people including firemen, policemen and other first responders, heard explosions in and around the lower floors of the towers just before they collapsed.

Now, forget for a moment about conspiracy theories. Bearing in mind that terrorists had already used explosives once, is it not conceivable that a second attack on the WTC might involve a coordinated effort using planes and explosives? Considering the number of people who heard explosions (and some even claimed to have seen explosive flashes), doesn’t it seem reasonable to at least investigate the possibility that terrorists planted bombs in the building to be detonated at the moment the planes hit?

It didn’t seem reasonable to the 9/11 Commission. The possibility of explosives being used in the terrorist attacks was never investigated. Make sense to you?

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