That's how many people sent in letters/faxes to the NYC District Attorney requesting an investigation of WTC-7, per the request from NYC-CAN. One hundred and thirty-three. I mean, let's put that in perspective. NYC-CAN claimed to have gathered 30,000 or so signatures for their ballot initiative, right? Not really quite enough to qualify for the ballot, but close.
This is 1/226th of that. And it gets worse, much worse, because that's an unfair comparison; nothing in the NYC-CAN current push says you have to live in the Big Apple.
Following on the heels of last week's idiotic attempt to get the DA to look at some videos of WTC-7's collapse, this week the Troofers are highlighting the supposed "countdowns" and "foreknowledge" as lines of investigation, featuring, no kidding, Kevin McPadden and Indira Singh.
“And, at the last few seconds, he took his hand off [the radio] and you heard “3-2-1”, and he was just saying, ‘Just run for your life, just run for your life.’ And then it was like another two, three seconds, you heard explosions. Like BA-BOOOOOM! And it’s like a distinct sound…BA-BOOOOOM! And you felt a rumble in the ground, like, almost like you wanted to grab onto something. That, to me, I knew that was an explosion. There was no doubt in my mind.”[Underlining emphasis added.]
There was no mind in Kevin's mind as well, as many people were standing where Kevin claims to have been standing and none of them had to run for their lives.
They do bring up several firefighter quotes that I have highlighted in the past, but it's the typical retarded Troofer interpretation:
Note: Prior to the destruction of Building 7, no steel-frame high rise had ever succumbed to fire. Afterwards, the NY Times would report, “Engineers and other experts…were for weeks still stunned by what happened with 7 World Trade Center…‘We know what happened at 1 and 2, but why did 7 come down?’”[v] In May 2002, eight months later, FEMA would say, “The specifics of the fires in WTC 7 and how they caused the building to collapse remain unknown at this time…[T]he best hypothesis has only a low probability of occurrence.” [vi] Given 1) the lack of precedent for fire-induced collapse of steel-frame high rises, 2) the “low probability of occurrence” of a fire-induced collapse, and 3) the engineering community’s inability to explain Building 7’s destruction after it happened, we must ask how officials at the scene were able to predict Building 7’s destruction with such certainty and precision several hours in advance.
• Michael Currid, FDNY (his account takes place before noon, approximately 5.5 hours prior to Building 7’s destruction): [vii]
“Someone from the Office of Emergency Management told us that this building was in serious danger of collapse. The consensus was that it was basically a lost cause and we should not lose anyone else trying to save it. Rich, a few other people and I went inside to the stairwells and started yelling up, ‘Drop everything and get out!’”
• Peter Hayden, Deputy Chief, FDNY:[viii]
““We had our special operations people set up surveying instruments to monitor, and see if there was any movement of [WTC 7]. We were concerned of the possibility of collapse of the building. And we had a discussion with one particular engineer there, and we asked him, if we allowed it to burn could we anticipate a collapse, and if so, how soon?... And it turned out that he was pretty much right on the money, that he said, ‘In its current state, you have about five hours.’”