“One individual told me to leave and leave right away”
(INTELLIHUB) — Over the years the alternative media has interviewed numerous 9/11 eyewitnesses, each with a compelling story that added another piece to the puzzle in the endless search for the real story behind one of the worst terror attacks in history.
Perhaps the most stunning eyewitness statements are those from Barry Jennings, an emergency coordinator for the New York Housing Authority who passed away in 2008 at the age of 53.
Before backtracking on his statements after intense pressure and attacks by the mainstream media, Jennings gave a detailed interview to filmmaker Jason Bermas. What he revealed has become one of the most important pieces of evidence indicating some sort of controlled demolition of WTC7.
“I’m just confused about one thing, and one thing only, why World Trade Center 7 went down in the first place… I heard explosions.”
In the interview Jennings describes arriving on the 23rd floor of the WTC7 building shortly after the first tower was hit and seeing it empty with coffee still hot and half eaten sandwiches laying about.
He then goes on to describe hearing explosions inside the building prior to the collapse of either tower and reveals that there were dead bodies in the buildings blown out lobby.
Interestingly, Jennings was actually interviewed by ABC7 on the morning of 9/11 shortly after he was able to get out of WTC7. In the clip he specifically mentions the explosions he heard. (remember these were explosions going off BEFORE the towers collapsed)
It is important to note that Jennings was a victim of an intense amount of harassment after his statements were released to the public and the BBC subsequently decided to do an attack piece.
While no one knows for sure, it is highly likely that this harassment at least played a part in his untimely death.
What do you think?
Is this the smoking gun eyewitness testimony that further confirms that World Trade Center 7 was destroyed through a controlled demolition?
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