Thursday, May 25, 2006

Strange Witness

We have discussed numerous times before how Loose Change misuses witnesses. Here is another example, at the 51 minute mark.

Mark Loizeaux, the president of Controlled Demolition, Inc. Told the American Free Press, that in the basements of the World Trade Center, where 47 central support columns connected to the bedrock, hot spots of "literally molten steel" were discovered more than a month after September 11th. These incredibly hot areas were found at the bottoms of the elevator shafts down 7 basement levels. The molten steel was found "three, four, and five weeks later, when the rubble was being removed. " He said that molten steel was also found at World Trade Center 7.

OK, first of all, the fact that this was reported by the American Free Press automatically makes it suspect. But how exactly did he know this, he is the president of the company, not a technician? Well it turns out he probably found out second hand, hardly the most scientific method.

But let's look the big picture. Where else have we heard of Controlled Demolition Incorporated? Oh that is right, only 4 minutes later Loose Change is suggesting that the company is behind blowing up the World Trade Center! Not to mention ruthlessly destroying innocent old storage tanks everywhere.

So essentially we are to believe, that molten metal could only be caused by the use of explosives, and the man who so conveniently told us about it, is the man who supposedly caused it in the first place. Gee, you would think that the head of a demolitions company would recognize the effects of his own demolition, and say... shut up about it! This is as idiotic as the theory that Larry Silverstein casually admitted to ordering the destruction of World Trade Center 7.


At 25 May, 2006 23:44, Blogger shawn said...

C'mon guys, hearsay and conjecture are perfectly good ways of making a point. Heck, they let you use it in court.


At 26 May, 2006 02:15, Blogger nes718 said...

I see groupthink and newspeak are alive and well!

At 26 May, 2006 04:19, Blogger Chad said...

Try refuting the point instead of chalking it up to "group thinkg" for once nesnyc.

At 26 May, 2006 07:25, Blogger shawn said...

I see groupthink and newspeak are alive and well!


And of all people, you shouldn't be throwing newspeak around. "I use reason and logic!"

At 01 June, 2006 09:15, Blogger AndrĂ© said...

So this is how you refute stuff? Grow up.


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