Tom Usher wrote or added | A gatekeeper's article:
"Hours later, I sat down beside another, impossibly weary firefighter. ... Half his squad was missing. They'd gone into the South Tower and never come out. Then, almost as a non sequitur, the fireman indicated the building in front of us, maybe 400 yards away.
'That building is coming down,' he said with a drained casualness.
'Really?' I asked. At 47 stories, it would be a skyscraper in most cities, centerpiece of the horizon. But in New York, it was nothing but a nondescript box with fire coming out of [very few of] the windows. 'When?'
'Tonight . . . Maybe tomorrow morning.'
This was around 5:15 p.m. I know because five minutes later, at 5:20, the building, 7 World Trade Center, crumbled."
Messages on an Israeli owned messaging service really did go out not to go to WTC on 9/11.
Also, Robert Stinnett really did find hard evidence in the archives of FDR's complicity in Pearl Harbor (letting it happen and even egging on the Japanese).Â Â Â Â