Federal Grand Jury Petition Filed for New 9/11 Investigation
By Bruce G. Morgan August 2018
Good news has finally come along for the many people who know office fires cannot bring down modern steel framed skyscrapers, and it's good news for the rest of the world as well. On April 10th of this year, the non-profit Lawyers Committee for 9-11 Inquiry filed a petition with the U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of New York, Manhattan, formally requesting that he present to a grand jury extensive evidence of federal crimes relating to the destruction of three World Trade Center high-rises on 9/11/2001. Citing broad and conclusive evidence, the petition provides proof of explosives and incendiaries employed at ground zero to bring down the twin towers and WTC Building 7.(1)
Incredibly, America's government waged war around the world to retaliate for 9-11, but never thoroughly investigated the collapse of these three WTC skyscrapers. This petition with the Department of Justice, for the first time, brings forward into a court of law the cavalcade of credible evidence disproving the official story which blames fire alone for the collapse of these buildings. The 52 page petition, with 57 exhibits, also points out that this crime of bombing a public building was not committed by a single person acting alone, and asks the jurors to inquire into the crimes of aiding and abetting and conspiracy.
It is important to raise awareness of this petition among the citizenry, because although federal law mandates that this evidence be presented to a grand jury for investigation, the DOJ will likely not do so without oversight from the public. In anticipation of this, the Lawyers Committee is now preparing a writ of mandamus to file with the court on September 10th, which in effect will sue the DOJ to compel them to carry out their obligations under the law.
An honest investigation into the destruction of the World Trade Center is long overdue. For example, the 9/11 Commission completely ignored the third skyscraper to fall on 9/11, the 47 story WTC Building 7, which was not hit by an airplane. When the final report on Building 7 was finally produced in 2008 by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the investigating authorities blamed normal office fires for it's collapse.
However, the smoking gun of 9/11 is that for 2.5 seconds Building 7 achieved the speed of free-fall acceleration while falling symmetrically through the path of greatest resistance into its own footprint(2), which has been acknowledged and verified by the NIST authorities themselves. But NIST then obfuscated this fact in their report by averaging in the 2.5 seconds of free-fall with the entire collapse of nearly 7 seconds to get an average acceleration. However, the attainment of free-fall acceleration is in itself nothing less than proof of the use of demolitions to accomplish this otherwise unobtainable feat of physics.
The proof behind this statement is the fact that in order for a falling object to achieve free-fall acceleration, all available energy must be put into motion, with none of it being diverted to the removal of resistance. With 47 floors which were bolted and welded together, Building 7 provided multiple layers of solid resistance to be overcome by any falling mass, rendering the achievement of symmetrical free-fall acceleration impossible without numerous explosive devices perfectly synchronized to simultaneously remove the resistance which the floors provided.
That this crucial evidence of free-fall speed collapse was omitted from consideration in NIST's final official report on Building 7 is, in itself, evidence of falsification. Yet this is only one of many examples of proof beyond a reasonable doubt which points to what was an inadequate investigation by government authorities. While debate on the internet raged for years over whether fires from jet fuel could burn hot enough to melt steel columns, the evidence indicates the steel in the World Trade Center towers didn't just melt, but it actually boiled and evaporated.
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