Building 7 was destroyed in the manner of a classic implosion, falling suddenly, symmetrically, and in absolute free fall into its own footprint.
The Twin Towers were destroyed by waves of explosions that pulverized the building contents and hurled steel beams up to 600 ft in all directions.
While engineering organizations have retreated into the safety of defending the indefensible or simply turning a blind eye to the overwhelming evidence of controlled demolition at the World Trade Center on 9/11, these individuals have boldly chosen a different path. One that brings them no reward except the satisfaction of knowing that they’re doing the right thing.
Directed by Dylan Avery and narrated by Ed Asner, SEVEN tells the story of World Trade Center Building 7 — from its jaw-dropping "collapse" on 9/11 to the government's blatant cover-up to the intrepid study by Dr. Leroy Hulsey and his Ph.D. students at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Learn more >
One lost his son, another his mother, another his brother, another his best friend. Twenty years later, these four men and their families live with the knowledge that they were not told the truth about the murder of their loved ones on September 11, 2001. In the face of overwhelming resistance, they continue to fight for the justice they deserve.
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3,000+ architects and engineers are demanding a new investigation of the WTC destruction. View petition >
"Steel buildings do not globally collapse due to fire, and yet on 9/11, we're told that three of them came down from office fires alone in the same day."
From Architects & Engineers for 9/11Truth and filmmaker, Dylan Avery, creator of Loose Change (leading Vanity Fair to say it could be the first Internet blockbuster) comes this short documentary that is both hauntingly beautiful in its presentation and startlingly grim in its revelations.Watch the Film >
“An epic graphic novel that brilliantly merges the human elements of this tragedy with the overlooked evidence that contradicts the story we have been told for the past 20 years.” — Rosie O’Donnell
“The story of a late teen's quest to learn what had happened on that fateful day to cause the death of his firefighter father is spell-binding.”
— Jean Bails, widow of Jerry Bails (father of comic book fandom)