Has the ball been dropped on BARRY JENNINGS?
One of the most intriguing and tragic stories to come out of 9/11 is the mystery surrounding Barry Jennings. A believeable and open witness to the fact that there were explosions in building 7 long before the collapse his testimony before true investigatory commission would have been devastating to the official story. But since his death (which still remains a mystery) and since Dylan Avery was warned by a PI not to pursue the case, the case has been dropped like a bad habit.
Is everyone afraid of this case? Is there no prominent organization or person that can pick up the trail without fear of retribution? Is Mr. Jennings heroism, courage, honesty and love for this city going to end up in that dustbin we hear so much about? It sickens me.
Is there an elected official who can take up the cause? If Mr. Jennings was a NYC resident, perhaps his Councilman might assist. (NYC Council members see themselves as extremely powerful people with egos to match). Perhaps his Councilman may see this as an opportunity to advance his/her political ambitions.
Or are they more likely to see it as a way to end them? As you can tell I am very frustrated.
Maybe because I'm a fellow NY'er, and I know so many just like Mr. Jennings, hard working, trustworthy, intelligent, liked by all his co-workers, a mature adult male which we see so little of in our youth oriented culture, that I feel so strongly about getting to the bottom of this mess.