Monday, July 13, 2009

Kevin Ryan Blows the Cover Off How the Explosives Were Planted in WTC 1 & 2

Kevin Ryan was a whisleblower who was fired from Underwriters Laboratory (UL) for writing a letter to NIST challenging their findings that fire could have weakened the steel in the WTC 1 & 2 collapses. Since his firing he has become a tireless advocate for 9-11 truth whose research, among other aspects of 9-11, has shown the connections between the top officials at NIST investigating the collapse and the unexploded nano-thermite found in the rubble. In Kevin's latest research paper on 9-11 he outlines the most likely scenario of how the explosives were placed in the towers in sections of the building controlled by companies with Bush Administration and intelligence agency connections. Kevin names the names of those who actually had the means, motive, and opportunity to carry out the demolition of the towers and how the pattern of destruction coincides with upgrades to the fire proofing of the building in 1999-2000 as well as other construction by Bush and intelligence agency connected firms on the key floors where demolition squibs, running molten metal, and other tell-tale signs of demolition were visible.

Demolition Access to the World Trade Center Towers: Part One - Tenants - By Kevin R. Ryan


The North Tower Impact Zone

On 9/11, American Airlines Flight 11 hit the north face of the north tower (WTC 1) between floors 94 and 99. In a stunning coincidence, these floors bracket those that had been upgraded for fireproofing shortly before 9/11.[12] This coincidence was amplified by the fact that one tenant occupied all of those floors – Marsh & McLennan (Marsh), which at the time was the world’s largest insurance brokerage company. One other tenant, Sumitomo Bank, shared part of floor 96 with Marsh.

During the years from 1993 to 2001, Marsh made several modifications to these floors, in addition to the fireproofing upgrades mentioned above. According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Marsh made modifications to the south side of floor 94 in 1998. That same year, the PANYNJ helped Marsh demolish floors 95-98 in order to rebuild the fire alarm and sprinkler systems. Marsh did further modification work on floor 95 in the year 2000.[13] The full floor fireproofing upgrades on floors 93 through 100 were accomplished in August through November of 1998, except for floor 94, which was done in December 1996.

Marsh was a large company, with a number of subsidiaries, including Putnam Investments, Mercer, Johnson & Higgins, and Guy Carpenter, a company that occupied floors 47 to 54 of the south tower. Marsh was also known to be notoriously secretive, and had been likened to the CIA.[14] Its chief executive on 9/11 was Jeffrey Greenberg, a member of the Brookings Institution, the Trilateral Commission, and the son of the chairman of American International Group (AIG), Maurice Greenberg. AIG has been reported to be at the center of a number of CIA operations.[15]

Jeffrey Greenberg rose quickly through management at Marsh, having come there directly from AIG in 1995, and then becoming CEO just four years later. At Brookings, Greenberg hobnobbed with Lee Hamilton, co-chair of the 9/11 Commission, and the Iraqi Nemir Amin Kirdar, CEO of Investcorp, a BCCI-related company founded by the Saudi Abdullah Taha Bakhsh.[16]

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