Letter to U.S. Department of Commerce Inspector General concerning structural feature omissions in the NIST WTC 7 Report

by Tony Szamboti

NIST WTC 7 Report structural feature omissions
In the last two months there has been a post here and there mentioning the structural feature omissions in the NIST WTC 7 Report that were found in early 2012, shortly after the drawings for WTC 7 were released. Subsequent analyses show that when these features are included the collapse initiation hypothesis of the Report becomes impossible.

A letter to the U.S. Department of Commerce Inspector General, concerning the structural feature omissions and asking that he investigate and have the NIST correct the Report, was sent by a well known attorney, Dr. William Pepper, on behalf of Architects & Engineers for 911 Truth, on December 12, 2013. The letter was sent via courier, so there is no doubt it was received on December 12, 2013 by the Inspector General’s office at the U.S. Commerce Department. There has been no response as of yet, and it is important that the public at large be made aware of this issue without further delay.

I would urge anyone and everyone to disseminate this information as far and wide as possible, as it shows there was a certain level of impropriety involved in writing the WTC 7 Report, and that the demand for a new WTC 7 investigation by those skeptical of the Report’s conclusions was in order all along.

The below link to the letter can be used by anyone and everyone

http://www.journalof911studies.com/resources/2014JanLetterPepper.pdf

An effort by many to send this to every blogger and website that can post it will go a long way towards making the public at large aware of what is a serious issue with the NIST WTC 7 report. This is court room level evidence of impropriety that may also be sent to mainstream media outlets if one knows who or where to send it.

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