Giant Video Billboard of WTC7’s Destruction Placed in Times Square for 9/11 Anniversary

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(Originally posted at The Daily Sheeple)

Beginning today, the organization Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth ( has placed a massive, 45-foot video billboard of World Trade Center 7’s destruction in Times Square which is timed to run for the 13th anniversary of 9/11 and on through October 5th.

Against a backdrop of WTC7’s repeated freefall, the words “5:20 PM on 9/11, WTC7 came down in a classic controlled demolition. The government says fire brought it down, but anyone who watches the video can see otherwise” will appear. The 15-second spot will air every two minutes for four straight weeks.

An estimated 105,000 people a day will see the video. The group ran a similar ad earlier this year in Toronto’s subway system.

Some 2,250 architects and engineers have now signed a petition (here) that calls for a new investigation into the destruction of all three World Trade Center buildings on September 11, 2001.


Oddly, the building’s collapse was never mentioned in the 9/11 commission report.

Polls have shown that a third of New Yorkers and half of all Americans are still unaware that WTC building 7, aka the Salomon Brothers Building, was even destroyed on 9/11.

Of those who are aware of its destruction, many are still wondering how BBC News correspondent Jane Standley was magically able to report live on the WTC7’s collapse a full 15 minutes before it actually happened in real life while the building was clearly still standing behind her, as seen below.

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