One day before the July 1 deadline that AE911Truth gave NIST to issue its final decision on our “request for correction” to its report on Building 7 or else face legal action, NIST responded with a blatantly unresponsive — and unlawful — denial of our request.

NIST’s cursory five-page decision boils down to one paragraph, in which NIST baldly asserts that AE911Truth’s approach “has many differences” from NIST’s and that “[d]ue to these differences, the resulting outcomes . . . do not have an impact on the findings and recommendations of NIST’s Final Report….”

We invite you to read NIST’s final decision as well as the preliminary analysis of our attorney in this effort, Mick Harrison (who is also litigation director of the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry). Other documents related to the request can be found below.

As with its initial decision, NIST’s outright refusal to address the arguments in our request leaves no doubt that the agency is unable to rebut any of our claims.

AE911Truth and its fellow requesters will now sue NIST for its flagrant violation of the Data Quality Act. The goal will be to force the agency to genuinely address our arguments, which would ultimately result in NIST reversing its conclusion that fire was the cause of Building 7’s destruction.

Please donate before Monday so that AE911Truth can file this lawsuit by August 31. Your gift will help keep the pressure on NIST through the 20th anniversary of 9/11 — when we are likely to see a major increase in exposure — and finally force NIST to retract its fraudulent Building 7 report.

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Request Documents

Request for Correction (April 15, 2020)

Request Exhibits A, B, B1, C, D, E

NIST’s Initial Decision (August 28, 2020)

Appeal (September 28, 2020)

Appeal Exhibits A, B, C, D, E

Supplement (December 7, 2020)

Supplement Exhibit A