Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Yet Another Dumb Troofer Idea

A couple of troofers are all excited over on 911 Blogger about an idea to get the braintrust at AE911 involved in a hypothetical court case concerning a building safety study by NIST.

Many of you may not have heard about the collapse of a tent-like structure used as a practice facility by the Dallas Cowboys. It happened earlier this year. Now NIST has assessed the collapse and credits a series of design failures. They have urged retrofit modifications immediately for all similar structures used elsewhere across the country.

Here is a link to the story in the Dallas Morning News:


I assume there will be lawsuits since one person has been paralyzed as a result of the collapse.

Would it be advantageous for AE 911 Truth to offer assistance to the defendants in those lawsuits? You could then speak to the credibility of NIST and illustrate their bogus report on what happened at the WTC. This could get some press and get the facts into the official record. I don't know if this would be advantageous or not, so I am throwing it out there for consideration by the group.

Uhh, OK, think about this. In order for this to be an advantage, they would have to take some sort of stand adversarial to that of NIST. The whole reason for being for AE911 is the belief that modern buildings can't collapse, even after planes crash into them, or they are set on fire for hours at a time. So what are they going to do now, argue that this building could not have collapsed without explosives? That it never could have collapsed in the first place?