In a long-running legal battle, World Trade Center developer Larry Silverstein has accused AMR Corp. and its American Airlines subsidiary of failure to put into place safeguards — such as securing the cockpit — to prevent terrorists from seizing control of its airplane. Flight 11 crashed into the site’s North Tower with 81 passengers and 11 crew members on board.
AMR’s Chapter 11 filing last November automatically put a stop to all pending litigation against the company, including the World Trade Center suit. But under the deal AMR filed in bankruptcy court Thursday, plaintiffs may continue pursuing injury and damage claims “solely to the extent of available and collectible [insurance] coverage.”
Nobody could figure out why Larry Silverstein fought so hard to acquire the World Trade Center when it was losing money and facing an EPA-mandated renovation that had driven similar buildings into bankruptcy. But “Lucky” Larry sure made out on this deal, didn’t he! One could almost suspect he knew he would never have to worry about the EPA or pay for that renovation, and would be building a new modern building from the insurance money almost immediately!
Richard Gage, member of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, is interviewed on KMPH Fox 26 in Fresno, California, about the events of September 11, 2001. He has been an architect for over twenty years, and is experienced in steel structures. He, as well as 700 other architects and engineers, calls for a more thorough investigation into the collapses of the World Trade Center Buildings.
Proof of thermite and nano-thermite (explosives) found in WTC dust.
All three of the World Trade Center Buildings were brought down by controlled demolition.
Building 7s collapse at freefall speed into its own footprint.
Fires had never brought down a steel structure before 9/11, and have never brought down one since.
Several tons of molten iron at the base of the buildings.