The United States Could Be lying About September 11, 2001
After a study, experts reveal that the US government could be lying about the demolition of a building. During the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.
On September 11, 2019, marks the 18th anniversary of the terrible terrorist attack in the United States. More than 3,000 dead, including terrorists, and more than 6,000 injured.
On 9-11 or 11-S, as it is known colloquially. There were four suicide bombings carried out by 19 members of the Al-Qaeda terrorist group.
They hijacked four planes to attack the Twin Towers located in New York. The Department of Defense building located in the Pentagon and the United States Capitol. Which was not reached after the passengers capture the terrorist.
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But the most shocking thing for many, after 18 years. The suspicious fall of the so-called Building 7 (WTC 7) of 47 floors. This doubt is mentioned in a study that reveals the minute-by-minute analysis of the collapse of this building. Which states the US authorities collapse due to “uncontrollable fires” of the Twin Towers.
The study will be published at the end of 2019 and took four years to complete, contradicts the official conclusion of the United States government published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
“The main conclusion of our study is that the fire did not cause the WTC 7 to collapse on September 11, against the conclusions of the NIST and the private engineering companies that studied the collapse,” the new study reads.
Although they did not state what would be the main reason for the collapse of the building on September 11. One of the main investigators revealed that it could only have been shot down. The failure of each column in the building below the 17th floor.
These new data, according to engineers and architects, could reveal that the building was demolished on September 11, 2001. A fact that questions the reports of the US government, which used terrorism to start an attack against Afghanistan and against Iraq two years later.