February 11, 2009
Eight and a half years after 9-11, we are finally able to view the photos taken by a photographer in a New York City Police Department helicopter hovering over the scene of the crime. Why has it taken so long for these photos of the crime of the century to be released? What do these newly released photos tell us?
There is certainly a great deal of evidence contained in these hundreds of photographs, which will take some time to analyze, but one thing is very clear. The Twin Towers were turned into dust. The concrete and steel frame towers were reduced to immense clouds of dust and this was not caused by the potential energy of the buildings being released as they fell. The towers were pulverized through the use of many tons of super-thermite, which was discovered in the dust by Professor Steven E. Jones. Looking at these photos, one can see that the towers were exploded and turned into dust in the same instant. The photos validate the thesis, now proven, that the Twin Towers - and the lives within them - were destroyed by demolition charges and tons of super-thermite which had been applied to the concrete floors, probably on the undersides of the floor pans.
Go to http://www.bollyn.com/what-the-newly-released-9-11-photos-show
to see some of these photos
Links to my articles on the evidence of super-thermite in the dust of the World Trade Center are found at the bottom of this post.
Sources and Recommended Reading:
Facing the Evidence of Super-Thermite - Letters to the NY Times, CNN (Time Warner) and a Member of Congress, April 21, 2009
Super-Thermite Demolished Twin Towers on 9-11: Game Over for Criminals and Cover Up, April 14, 2009
Super-Thermite Found in World Trade Center Dust, April 5, 2009
Who Put Super-Thermite in the Twin Towers?, July 20, 2009
Game Over: Evidence of Super-Thermite in the Rubble (Chapter XIV, Solving 9-11), April 20, 2009
Israel's Super-Thermite Lab, August 26, 2009
Recipe for Making Super Thermite, August 5, 2009
Obama on the Run: U.S. VP Biden Flees Question on Super-Thermite, May 20, 2009