911 Mysteries (Click the icon on the lower right to get the full screen version)
This is a new full lenght video, available on Google Video detailing the research of a self-described conservative Republican and demolition hobbyist, who was angered after viewing Painful Deceptions and was determined to prove it wrong. He purchased many official videos, and viewed all the research he could gather. After a week of fevered study he decided that the official story of the World Trade Towers’ destruction had many holes in it.
I was fascinated to hear details about the pools of molten metal at the base of the structures. They persisted for weeks after the collapse. I remember reading news reports about it, back then and thinking it was very strange. And all New Yorkers remember the awful smell and taste of the air. The most distinctive but maybe least sickening element was the tang of burning metal. I must have grown numb to the abuse by December as the smell seemed to fade, but on my cab ride from La Guardia (miles from downtown Manhattan), after being away for Christmas, I was shocked that the smell was still there.
The film has one image of someone jumping, and another very disturbing image of several people being blown out of the building (around ten minutes before the end). They are distant images, no individual features can be discerned. It does not feel exploitive of the individuals, but you may not want to have these images in your memory.
His main thesis is that this was controlled demolition, done military style. I don’t have enough science in my background to judge the details of his case. I’ll be interested to see what debate this video provokes.
The film is slickly produced but it has many home made touches, for example it ends with a song and a written pep talk, basically saying, that knowledge is good, and waking up is better. This might strike you as a bit strange. But after viewing this devastating video you may welcome hearing something sweet and positive.
The credits list Smallstorm as the writer and director. But the film is introduced by someone named Brad, and Brad Weddell is the first person thanked in a long list.