Insurer to Investigate 9/11
Allianz Group published a shareholder proposal on April 20th faulting management for ignoring signs of insurance fraud on 9/11/2001. Allianz carried a significant portion of the insurance coverage on the WTC, and stands to pay a corresponding portion of the $3.5 billion payout currently being litigated in New York. In his proposal, shareholder John Leonard, a California native and a publisher of books on 9/11, pointed to reports that building WTC 7 apparently collapsed by demolition, and for no plausible reason related to the 9/11 attacks. Management replied that it relied on official US government reports which made no mention of such evidence.
Numerous observers and researchers find the WTC case very suspicious. For example, in a public opinion survey, 49.3% of respondents in New York City agreed that â€œsome of our leaders knew in advance that attacks were planned on or around September 11, 2001, and that they consciously failed to act.â€
When this belief is so widespread among unrelated parties, havenâ€™t the affected insurance companies ever asked whether perhaps the US Government instead of the insurers is responsible for the damages, or whether the possibility of insurance fraud has been investigated?
i actually emailed the lawyer fighting against Larry Silverstein over the insurance money and sent him my article on WTC7.. didnt get a response..
lets see.. are there any odd circumstances surrounding the insurance of the WTC buildings that might warrant a fraud investigation?
- Larry Silverstein purchased property rights of all 7 buildings of the WTC six weeks before 9/11 (despite the high vacancy rates of the WTC) making a single $100 million payment
- Silverstein admitted on a PBS documentary that he had intentionally demolished WTC7 on the day of 9/11
- All 7 of Larry Silverstein's buildings were eventually demolished and are in the process of being rebuilt
- Silverstein sought to double his insurance payout to $7 billion dollars claiming the 2 planes signaled 2 seperate attacks
anyone got anything else to add to this list? i thought he had doubled the insurance policy prior to 9/11 but i cant seem to find anything on that right now.. i would say that turning $100 million into $4.7 billion, getting 7 all new buildings, the highly suspicious 'collapse' of the WTC7 and admitting that it was demolished would warrant a real investigation.. nah.