Saturday, August 27 2005 - Other Important News
Researchers Comb Through First Responders' Tapes and Testimonies
"You know like when they demolish a building, how when they blow up a building, when it falls down? That's what I thought I saw."
This month the New York Times published a vast online archive of emergency-call tapes, radio transcripts and first responders' oral histories of September 11th at the World Trade Center. The Times waged a long legal battle with the City of New York to gain the records' release under the Freedom of Information Act.?
New York Times: The 9/11 Records (front page)
The Sept. 11 Records
9/11 researchers combing through the new documents are discovering a surprising number of witnesses who said they saw or heard bombs going off at the WTC, among other anomalies, in some cases long before the buildings came down. One anonymous researcher has compiled many such passages from firefighters' testimonies. A discussion thread at a 9/11 forum includes a few more, plus a number of seemingly outlandish statements as well as counter-arguments from debunkers.?
We're not sure where this line of inquiry is heading, but it's hard not to be impressed by items like the following:
Gregory Stephen, Assistant Commissioner (F.D.N.Y.) p 14
There is no consensus on this issue among 911Truth.org staff, but here is a collection of articles arguing that the WTC buildings must have been demolished using explosives.
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