“BuildingWhat?” Appears on Geraldo At Large on FOX News
On November 13, Bob McIlvaine and Tony Szamboti appeared on Geraldo Rivera's show "Geraldo At Large" on Fox News to talk about the "BuildingWhat?" TV ad campaign and World Trade Center Building 7 for a short segment.
Bob McIlvaine lost his son Bobby McIlvaine on September 11, 2001. He is an active member of NYC CAN, a group which cosponsors the "BuildingWhat?" TV ad campaign. Tony Szamboti is a mechanical engineer and member of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, a group of more than 1,350 professionals calling for a new independent investigation into the destruction of Building 7 and the twin towers.
What do New Yorkers think about Building 7?
Help the BuildingWhat? campaign commission a public opinion poll on whether New Yorkers will support a new Building 7 investigation. We will send the results to every member New York City Council.
2 Easy Steps
1) Read the survey questions below and let us know what you think! Constructive feedback is encouraged.
2) Donate now to help us reach the $15,000 target. As of November 13, 2010 we are about half way there with $7,451. Any funds raised above $15,000 will be used for the next BuildingWhat? ad buy!
The Survey Questions
1) Did you know that a third building in the World Trade Center complex collapsed roughly seven hours after the collapse of the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001?
2) What was the name of this building?
3) Have you seen video footage of this building collapse?
4) In 2008, the federal government issued a report concluding that falling debris from the collapse of the North Tower ignited office fires in this building, World Trade Center Building 7, which eventually led to its collapse. Critics have argued against the findings of this report, suggesting that only the use of explosives can account for Building 7’s collapse. Specifically, as of November 13, 2010, 1,354 architects and engineers have signed a petition calling for a new investigation, adding, “The new investigation must include a full inquiry into the possible use of explosives”.
5) Given that there is ongoing disagreement in the engineering community as to the cause of this building’s collapse, would you support a new investigation?
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