One year ago today, Tehran’s iconic 15-story Plasco Building was leveled to the ground following a fire and a series of explosions. This national tragedy in Iran claimed the lives of 16 firefighters and six civilians who were inside the building.
Upon reviewing videos of the incident that day, we at AE911Truth quickly recognized that the building’s total destruction may have been caused by demolition rather than being a result of the fire. The following day, we issued a press release urging the Iranian government to investigate the possible use of explosives. One month later, we published a preliminary assessment of the collapse, which we also published in Farsi this past October.
Today, in remembrance of the 22 innocent victims, we released a short video online — in English and in Farsi — in an effort to bring greater attention to this crime, which was covered up by the authorities in Iran and has gone essentially unnoticed throughout the world.
There is still every opportunity for the people of Iran to find the truth and hold accountable those who were responsible. Please help by watching and sharing this video — and our report.
Go to Facebook and click “Share” on the video to show to it all of your friends.
Send the YouTube link to everyone on your list and embed it on your website.
Send the Farsi video to any and all Iranians you may know.