Barry Jennings Uncut || Louder Than Words || Explosives, WTC7
Exclusive: Emergency Coordinator Barry Jennings gives his explosive account from inside WTC7 hours before its collapse on 9/11.
From The Corbett Report - A Guide to the 9/11 Whistleblowers:
Barry Jennings - Barry Jennings was the Deputy Director of Emergency Services for the New York City Housing Department. On the morning of 9/11, he received a phone call informing him that a plane had hit the World Trade Center and asking him to go to the Office of Emergency Management in World Trade Center Building 7. Arriving at the office with New York City Corporation Counsel Michael Hess, the men discovered that the OEM had been abandoned. When they attempted to leave there was a series of explosions inside the building, trapping them in the stairwell.
Eventually Jennings and Hess were rescued by firefighters, and as they were leaving World Trade Center 7, they had to step over a number of bodies. Jennings' account contradicts the official government explanation of the collapse of World Trade Center 7 at 5:20
p.m. that day, which stated there were no explosions or casualties in the collapse.
Jennings died on August 19, 2008 under extremely suspicious circumstances.
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