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Unique, Rare 9/11 Material Shot from the Hudson – Video

Thursday, October 19, 2017 17:44
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RTL Nieuws New York

Published Sep 2011

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This unique material was shot from one of the boats that ended up evacuating about half a million people from Lower Manhattan on 9/11. Shot for RTL Extra.

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  • Bob DD

    CONTROLLED DEMOLITION. At around 1:45 mins the miniscule office fires and oxygen starved as evidences by heavy black smoke. The jet didn’t knock the building down. Then explosions, down around 10 stories or so, blow the walls outward ejecting debris. Gravity collapse goes down not blown outward. At 1:45 mins look at the flames exploding outward. The supposed jet fuel previously burned off rapidly. What caused these explosion flames? Explosives, that’s what! Look at 1:43 and & 1:44 minutes at the right corner of the building just below the black smoke and white flashes show explosions, then the entire structure keeps blowing outward all the way down. Anyone who believes that officer fires brought those buildings down is nuts. Another video shows a huge section of iron/steel beam that was blown outward quite a ways and impales in the side of another building. Gravitational collapses from office fires go straight down, and are not blown outward hundreds of feet horizontal.

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