Monday, May 26, 2008
WTC7, Barry Jennings, Peter Ganci, Giuliani & Arnold Weick
September 09, 2007
In this segment from CNN's Firehouse 54-4 special, Jim Dwyer from the New York Times tells a story about an engineer at World Trade Center 7 having an impromptu meeting with other unidentified people in the lobby of Building 7. The engineer states that he believes a "total collapse of the towers is possible," and sends a messenger to Fire Chief Pete Ganci to relay the message. Upon hearing the engineer's suspicion, Ganci then asks, "Who would tell you a thing like that?"
Good question, being that no one--not even the WTC architects and engineers-- thought that the towers were ever in any real danger of a "total collapse.
July 14, 2007
Giuliani stated in an ABC News interview that he was given warning of a collapse well in advance of the actual event. I was "told that the World Trade Center was gonna' collapse," referring to the 9:59 destruction of the South Tower. "I went down to the scene and we set up a headquarters at 75 Barkley Street, which was right there with the Police Commissioner, the Fire Commissioner, the Head of Emergency Management, and we were operating out of there when we were told that the World Trade Center was gonna' to collapse. And it did collapse before we could actually get out of the building, so we were trapped in the building for 10, 15 minutes, and finally found an exit, got out, walked north, and took a lot of people with us."
His account is corroborated by 2 different eye witness accounts from the passages of the Oral Histories of emergency responders. The account of EMT Richard Zarillo goes as follows: As I was walking towards the Fire command post, I found Steve Mosiello. I said, Steve, where's the boss? I have to give him a message. He said, well, what's the message? I said the buildings are going to collapse; we need to evac everybody out. With a very confused look he said who told you that? I said I was just with John at OEM. OEM says the buildings are going to collapse; we need to get out. He escorted me over to Chief Ganci. He said, hey, Pete, we got a message that the buildings are going to collapse. His reply was who the f___ told you that? Then Steve brought me in and with Chief Ganci, Commissioner Feehan, Steve, I believe Chief Turi was initially there, I said, listen, I was just at OEM. The message I was given was that the buildings are going to collapse; we need to get our people out. At that moment, this thunderous, rolling roar came down and that's when the building came down, the first tower came down."
Zarillo's recollection is verified by Fire Marshall Steven Mosiello's account: "At that point I don't know exactly when the Commissioner and Mayor had left. It was pretty soon after they had left that Richie Zarillo, who works with EMS -- I believe he's an OEM liaison -- came running up to me. I was not on the ramp at this time. I was like almost at the sidewalk location. He said Steve, where's the Chief? I have to tell him, you know -- I said tell him what, Richie? These buildings are in imminent danger of collapse. I said how do you know that, you know? So he ran with me. I ran over and grabbed Chief Ganci and said Chief, these buildings are in imminent danger of collapse."
Iif Giuliani knew the towers were 'to collapse' as he said he did, why not order emergency and rescue workers out of the buildings and save some of the 403 first responders that were killed on that day? The real question is: who in the OEM told Guiliani and Zarillo that the towers were pending collapse? If someone had prior knowledge of the towers destruction, perhaps that person can explain how they knew those towers were coming down.
The Richard Bacon Show
BBC Radio 5
April 29, 2008
Ron Weick and Alex Jones
Ronald Weick@6:15 into the broadcast "BBC is hostile to George Bush" blahblah
Actually the BBC became compliant to Bu$hco after they got their tit in the wringer over the death of David Kelly.Two reporters were fired and the head of BBC resigned.
Ronald Weick@8:25 into the broadcast "The fire department was not told anything about a controlled demolition. 343 firefighters lost their lives on that day. they were not complicent in this terrible terrible catastrophy.To argue that they were is simply insane."
Read what Ronald has to say in the comments on my Article, where he is trying to goad me into advocating that the firefighters were involved in a conspiracy. This poor excuse for a man and his buddies on the JREF forum are working really hard to fit the story to the evidence.
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