Thursday, April 12, 2012

Did the FDNY Order Roof Escapes Locked on 9/11?

The New York City Fire Department has earned a place in the minds of Americans as a true hero of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center. But is this perception warranted? The answer may shock you.
We can affirm that many firemen from New York City’s Fire Department displayed heroic behavior in rescuing victims from the World Trade Center when the Bush Crime Syndicate launched its war on America the morning of September 11, 2001. In no way would we diminish the valor and sacrifice which the rank and file exhibited, and especially of those who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty.
Unfortunately, many of these men’s senior superiors were engaged in the most treacherous acts of murder imaginable. Against the specific requests of the New York City Police Department, senior FDNY management ordered the roof escapes of WTC 1 and WTC 2 closed and locked, preventing helicopter evacuations as occurred during the failed 1993 destruction of the towers.
The closure of the roof doors is inexplicable and outrageous. Those who occupied the floors above the point where the projectiles crashed the building could have rescued if conditions prevented them from descending. However, that option was closed off.
But why would senior FDNY officials order the doors closed, forcing many people to jump to their deaths? The most direct answer is that the planners of the attacks wanted it that way. Beyond that, we surmise that the BCS did not want anyone to escape who was targeted for murder or for anyone to witness things not intended for the public – namely the fact that 747/757s did not hit the towers.
Also, since the BCS had scheduled the buildings for demolition within an hour, the presence of helicopters would have been undesirable.

The Terror Conspiracy Revisited, Jim Marrs

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