|Eyewitness to Demolition: New Video Compilation Brings Together Dozens of Explosive 9/11 Accounts|
|Written by Eli Rika|
|Wednesday, 20 July 2011 14:47|
A key facet of the 9/11 catastrophe that is often overlooked is the reports of explosions at the Twin Towers that dozens of eyewitnesses gave on 9/11 and in the following days. Some of these video accounts are scattered across the Internet, and a handful have appeared in documentaries such as 9/11: Blueprint for Truth. Bringing many of these testimonies together would be a powerful presentation tool… and now that’s exactly what has happened.
In April, 9/11 Truth activist Will Dull collected over 30 video clips into a 27-minute compilation, in which dozens of journalists, first responders, and survivors describe explosions and explosive devices in and around the WTC skyscrapers.
While some of these video reports are well known to 9/11 Truth supporters, many have received little or no attention. When brought together, they provide a chilling narrative that adds to the overwhelming evidence against the official account of events — particularly given the fact that none of these explosions are a part of that account.
The first video clip, which was featured in a November 2010 “Blueprint” article, comes from the NIST WTC archive. The firefighters shown are so concerned about the explosions that they experienced in the Twin Towers that one of them says, “There may be more. Any one of these buildings could blow up.”
The most extensive interview featured in this collection is that of Phillip Morelli, a construction worker at the WTC complex who described an intense burst of heat in the basement and an explosion that knocked over walls and made steel doors “look like paper.” At the time, he and others didn’t know what was causing this violent activity, but scientific examination of the WTC dust and technical analysis of the buildings’ destruction has confirmed that explosive devices, not the airplane impacts, brought the Twin Towers and Building 7 down.
Eyewitness reports are often inaccurate and erroneous, which is why each account of explosions should be individually scrutinized as part of an official investigation. However, none of these testimonies were even mentioned in the 9/11 Commission Report or the NIST Reports. These disturbing omissions underscore the need for a new, independent investigation with full subpoena power.