Retired structural engineering professor Dr. J Leroy Hulsey joins host Andy Steele for this latest edition of 9/11 Free Fall to talk about his upcoming presentation to faculty and students from the University of Alaska, Anchorage on the startling findings documented in the study he coauthored regarding WTC 7’s demise on 9/11.

Throughout this insightful interview, Dr. Hulsey discusses some of the work that went into performing the study and takes on the baseless criticisms voiced by those who oppose it. Turning the tables, both Hulsey and Steele also discuss the glaring problems with the analysis performed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology on WTC 7’s collapse.

The UAF Report on World Trade Center 7 can be viewed at the university’s website and is prominently featured in presentations by the volunteer engineers of Project Due Diligence, which is sharing the WTC evidence with building professionals all over the nation.


Project Due Diligence

Project Due Diligence is a coordinated effort by a team of engineers around the world to engage the profession in performing its due diligence regarding the official reports on the three catastrophic building failures that occurred on September 11, 2001.

As engineers, we have a legal responsibility to guard the public’s safety. Given the magnitude of the building failures at the World Trade Center, which resulted in greater loss of life than any other building failure in history, it is our duty to understand the official reports and to call for further investigation if those reports are not satisfactory.

To facilitate this process of due diligence, we are giving our presentation to groups all over the world. At the conclusion of each presentation, we invite engineers to sign our petition and to join us in disseminating this information to the entire engineering profession.

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