Ich persönlich gehe zwar schon davon aus das wärend der WT7-Untersuchung Teile des Baustahls untersucht worden sind aber hauptsächlich werden sie wohl auf die Ergebnisse der Fresh Kills Landfill- Untersuchungen aufgebaut haben.
Zur Erinnerrung hier mal ein paar Infos dazu:
"Fresh Kills Crime Scene Info
The site covered 175 acres. • 24 local, state, and federal agencies participated, with as many as 1,000 workers a day • 17,000 tons of material were processed daily. • 55 FBI Evidence Response Teams worked the site -- over 1,000 agents -- plus FBI medics, safety officers, and other specialists. • New York Evidence Response Team members worked over 8,000 hours at the site, at the morgue, and at Ground Zero. Source
There are currently 600 NYPD detectives, 50 FBI personnel...working tirelessly at Fresh Kills landfill. Source
Number of U.S. Customs Agency volunteers working search and inspection at Fresh Kills Landfill: at least 193. Source
Recovered at Staten Island: 4,257 human remains helped bring closure to hundreds of families; 54,000 personal items and 4,000 photographs, many returned to their owners; 1,358 personal and departmental vehicles; and thousands of tons of steel. [And not a single trace of an explosive device or its effects on steel.] Source (pdf)
At the close of the Staten Island Landfill mission: • 1,462,000 tons of debris had been received and processed • 35,000 tons of steel had been removed (165,000 tons were removed directly at Ground Zero) • 806,000 tons of debris had been screened, an average of 75 tons per hour • 14,968 workers had been through the PPE process • 43,600 people (39,795 NYPD, 6,212 non-NYPD) had been through the Site Specific Indoctrination • Over 1.7 million man hours had been worked • Over 55,000 discrete pieces of evidence had been recovered • 4,257 body parts had been recovered • 209 victims had been positively identified. Source (pdf)
Natürlich wurde der Stahl zur Recyclung freigegeben, das Magazin American Recyler hat dazu diesen Artikel verfasst:http://www.americanrecycler.com/11wtc.html
Auszug aus diesen Artikel:
"Law enforcement authorities survey the material for evidence. Only then is it released to a scrap processor under an existing long-term contract with the NYC Department of Sanitation to purchase and then recycle scrap metal."
Ich muss ja nicht erwähnen das dabei keinerlei Reste von Sprengstoff, Zündern oder Zündleitungen gefunden worden sind oder es Stellungsnamen von beteiligten Personen gibt die solche Funde andeuten.
Btw. welche Aussage meintest du von Jennings (RIP, 2008), diese hier? :
"Barry Jennings himself disagrees with their interpretation of his words. Barry Jennings told the BBC: "I didn't like the way you know I was portrayed. They portrayed me as seeing dead bodies. I never saw dead bodies"
Dylan Avery is adamant that he didn't take anything out of context. He played The Conspiracy Files a recording of Barry Jennings words: "The fire fighter who took us down kept saying do not look down. And I kept saying why.
"He said do not look down. And we're stepping over people and you know you could feel when you're stepping over people."
However, Barry Jennings told the BBC: "I said it felt like I was stepping over them but I never saw any.
"And you know that's the way they portrayed me and I didn't appreciate that so I told them to pull my interview" ;)