Larry Silverstein Public Appearance in NY on December 6th

Larry Silverstein, President and CEO of Silverstein Properties, Inc. will be appearing at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City on December 6th to deliver a keynote address at the LegalSpace 2005 Conference.

World Trade Center Rebuilder Larry Silverstein to Keynote ALM's LegalSpace 2005 Conference

ALM, a leading media company serving legal and business professionals, today announced that Larry A. Silverstein, president and CEO of Silverstein Properties, Inc., will deliver the keynote address at ALM's upcoming LegalSpace(R) 2005 conference. LegalSpace 2005 will take place on December 6 at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City.

Silverstein is a man of interest for those that question 9/11 for several reasons. From his infamous "pull it" comment, to the mysterious 'collapse' of WTC7, to his monstrous return on investment in the World Trade Center just weeks before 9/11:

Larry Silverstein, backed by a number of investors, signed a 99-year lease for the World Trade Center complex just seven weeks before the World Trade Center was destroyed in 2001. Silverstein already owned 7 World Trade Center which was also destroyed in the attack. Silverstein was awarded an insurance payment of more than three and a half billion dollars to settle his seven-week-old terrorist insurance policy. In addition, the Silverstein group sued the insurers liable for the World Trade Center for another three and a half billion dollars, claiming that by an obscure clause in their contract, the two planes constituted two separate terrorist attacks. Most of the insurers prevailed in a trial (Silverstein was never granted an additional $2.3 billion in extra insurance money as a result) while others are still in litigation.

In any event, Silverstein will be in New York on December 6th, and it may be an opportune time to ask him about his 'pull it' comments.

(Btw, it may be worth picking up one of these and loading it up with WTC7 stuff to take with you.)

Silverstein has already

Silverstein has already
released an explanation
to his "pull it" comment.
Where has everybody been?