9/11 Commission to examine new evidence on what brought down the twin towers

Written by joseph k winter

Tuesday, 10 September 2019

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Mr. Snortburger has recently been examining crash fields in Pennsylvania for any signs of remnant nanothermite there

Following a major four-year study by the University of Alaska, the Lawyer’s Committee for 9/11 Inquiry has submitted a petition to the federal government.

The purpose: present new evidence to a grand jury on destruction of the twin towers.

US Attorney Geoffrey Berman has replied:

“We have received The Lawyer’s Committee for 9/11 request, and we will comply.”

According to the petition, “dozens of exhibits” indicate explosives, not fire alone, caused destruction of the towers.

The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks in the United States (the 9/11 Commission) was established on November 27, 2002.

Its purpose: "To prepare a full and complete account of the circumstances surrounding the September 11 attacks."

From this development came the official explanation or “the box cutter theory.”

That is, 19 individuals, from Saudi Arabia and elsewhere, by themselves, and after extensive plotting in the US—only they carried out the attacks.

Armed with box cutters, these individuals hijacked four passenger airliners and assumed the controls.

Doubts on the way the towers collapsed, as from fire only, and within an hour or so, have prevailed ever since.

However, William S. Snortburger, renowned expert on box cutter theory, has stepped forward to clarify the situation in advance of further government study.

Mr. Snortburger has explained what the 9/11 Commission overlooked, and what would keep girders on the site melting for months following the September incident.

That is, the hijackers were carrying nanothermite in their pockets.

Each packet of explosive was the size of an ordinary pack of playing cards.

This explosive, even in a small amount, can bring down a sizeable building.

The packets were manufactured by Osama Bin Laden in one of his caves in Afghanistan, equipped with a laboratory on explosives.

Mr. Snortburger clarified why the Pentagon and the aircraft in Pennsylvania did not explode in a similar manner to the twin towers.

The hijackers in those cases could not be trusted for the higher level mission on the towers.

These hijackers, despite being Muslims, had been rowdy at a drunken party with call girls the evening before.

The morning of 9/11 Osama Bin Laden redistributed who would hijack which particular passenger liner, and who would carry the little packs of nanothermite.

Only those with decent behavior were allowed to attack the towers.

As to Building 7’s collapse later that afternoon--which was not struck by a plane--Mr. Snortburger opined it’s likely one of the girders flung out from a tower somehow carried an extra pack of nanothermite along with it to do the job.

Finally, he says the 9/11 Commission will revise its analysis in a new report titled: “Nanothermite Overlooked; We Apologize.”

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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