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Group Of Engineers Believe Controlled Detonations Took Down World Trade Center
Key Excerpts from Article on Website of CBS Philly (Philadelphia CBS affiliate)

CBS Philly (Philadelphia CBS affiliate), September 11, 2013
Posted: September 16th, 2013

Theres been a growing movement led by some architects and engineers to take a second look at the collapse of the New York City skyscrapers in the attacks on September 11th 2001. Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth focuses primarily on Building 7 of the World Trade Center. Not many people know that a third building fell on 9/11. Tony Szamboti is a mechanical engineer from Blackwood, New Jersey. He says the 47 story skyscraper was not hit by a planeyet collapsed into its own footprint at 5:20 in the afternoon. Its in absolute freefall. Theres no resistance to it for the first 2.25 seconds and then it slows down a little bit, Szambotti said. The actual measurements are somewhere around 6.6 to 7 seconds for that 610 foot building to collapse completely to the ground. Szamboti and some 2,000 [of] his colleagues contend that it was not scientifically possible for an office fire to be hot enough to melt steel girders and columns. Which brings these highly educated, white-collar professionals to a disturbing conclusion. We believe there were pre-planted charges in the building. The group doesnt speculate as to who may have planted charges, but its launching a new campaign today to spur a new investigation. We would like, whoever had access to those buildings to be investigated and that has never been done. Rethink 9/11" features a daylong rally beneath a new billboard in Times Square and 11 other cities to drum up support for the investigation.

Note: For more on the reasons to believe the official account of 9/11 is false, see the many questions raised by highly respected professors and former government officials available here and here.

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