Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Well, Well, Well, Another Troofer Murderer

And apparently the first. Check out this interview with former FEMA videographer Kurt Sonnenfeld:

We are asked to believe that all four of the “indestructible” black boxes of the two jets that struck the twin towers were never found because they were completely vaporized, yet I have footage of the rubber wheels of the landing gear nearly undamaged, as well as the seats, parts of the fuselage and a jet turbine that were absolutely not vaporized. This being said, I do find it rather odd that such objects could have survived fairly intact the type of destruction that turned most of the Twin Towers into thin dust. And I definitely harbor some doubts about the authenticity of the “jet” turbine, far too small to have come from one of the Boeings!

What happened with Building 7 is incredibly suspicious. I have video that shows how curiously small the rubble pile was, and how the buildings to either side were untouched by Building Seven when it collapsed. It had not been hit by an airplane; it had suffered only minor injuries when the Twin Towers collapsed, and there were only small fires on a couple of floors. There’s no way that building could have imploded the way it did without controlled demolition. Yet the collapse of Building 7 was hardly mentioned by the mainstream media and suspiciously ignored by the 911 Commission.

During the interview it is noted that Sonnenfeld is currently living in exile in Argentina; here's his version of why:

Initially, the false accusation against me was completely irrational, and I was totally destroyed by it. It is incredibly difficult to have suffered the loss of someone you love to suicide, but to then be accused of it is too much to bear. The case was dismissed based on a mountain of evidence that overwhelmingly absolved me (Nancy, my wife, had left behind a suicide note and a journal of suicidal writings ; she had a family history of suicide ; etc.). The prosecution was 100% sure of my innocence before requesting the dismissal of charge.

Here's a discussion of the case from the Rocky Mountain News, which is notably less sympathetic to Sonnenfeld's claims of innocence:

But Kurt Sonnenfeld, 39, developed a drug and drinking problem that undermined the marriage during its final year, some friends and relatives of Nancy's said.

Nancy Sonnenfeld, 36, filed for legal separation in November, after returning from a trip she and her husband had taken to Thailand.

After she said he bought and smoked heroin during the trip, she moved into a separate hotel and planned to return home, said Denver police Detective Kenneth Gurule. Sonnenfeld had his wife's passport, so she obtained a duplicate from the U.S. embassy and left him behind.

Still, the Sonnenfelds spent New Year's Eve together in an effort, friends and family speculated, to save their marriage.

But the reconciliation attempt ended in tragedy when the couple returned to their Congress Park home about 1 a.m. Sonnenfeld would say he was checking his e-mail when he heard a gunshot. His wife, he said, committed suicide.

Denver police did not buy it. And a week ago Thursday, Kurt Sonnenfeld was ordered in Denver District Court to stand trial for the murder of his wife.

What happened next was investigators for his defense supposedly found what might have been a suicide note:

Prosecutors wouldn't comment on specific reasons for the dismissal, but the defense investigation found a note written by Nancy Sonnenfeld which police had not taken into evidence, said public defender Carrie Thompson.

"Our investigators found a letter written in Nancy's own hand consistent with a suicide letter, although it was very cryptic," Thompson said.

She said the letter said, "What is more beautiful than love and death?" with the word "love" scratched out. "Kurt, please get help." The letter was found behind a framed photograph of Kurt Sonnenfeld.

After being released, Sonnenfeld left for Argentina. Shortly after his release, his former cellmates told authorities that he had confessed to murdering his wife, and charges have been refiled. Sonnenfeld has been living in Argentina ever since, and has remarried while extradition proceedings were underway.

Sonnenfeld now (of course) claims that this is all a plot to get footage that he took at the World Trade Center which would prove inside jobby-job. But police are not amused:

That drew a sharp rebuke Tuesday from Chief Denver District Attorney Michelle Amico.

"I have heard that nonsense from him . . . but then he has nothing to back it up," she said.

His 9-11 Truth stuff is pretty much the usual BS; he claims that FEMA arrived in New York the day before the attacks, which is a misreading of a comment a FEMA worker made on a TV interview.