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Letter to U.S. Department of Commerce Inspector General concerning structural feature omissions in the NIST WTC 7 Report

In the last two months there has been a post here and there mentioning the structural feature omissions in the NIST WTC 7 Report that were found in early 2012, shortly after the drawings for WTC 7 were released. Subsequent analyses show that when these features are included the collapse initiation hypothesis of the Report becomes impossible.

A letter to the U.S. Department of Commerce Inspector General, concerning the structural feature omissions and asking that he investigate and have the NIST correct the Report, was sent by a well known attorney, Dr. William Pepper, on behalf of Architects & Engineers for 911 Truth, on December 12, 2013. The letter was sent via courier, so there is no doubt it was received on December 12, 2013 by the Inspector General's office at the U.S. Commerce Department. There has been no response as of yet, and it is important that the public at large be made aware of this issue without further delay.

I would urge anyone and everyone to disseminate this information as far and wide as possible, as it shows there was a certain level of impropriety involved in writing the WTC 7 Report, and that the demand for a new WTC 7 investigation by those skeptical of the Report's conclusions was in order all along.

The below link to the letter can be used by anyone and everyone

http://www.journalof911studies.com/resources/2014JanLetterPepper.pdf

An effort by many to send this to every blogger and website that can post it will go a long way towards making the public at large aware of what is a serious issue with the NIST WTC 7 report. This is court room level evidence of impropriety that may also be sent to mainstream media outlets if one knows who or where to send it.

Excellent

This formal letter is excellent and very important. Thanks, Tony, and to all the technical experts who have participated in bringing these details to light. I'm wondering if we can force NIST's hand on releasing their WTC 7 'collapse modeling data' as part of this initiative?

The truth will out.

The models used need to be made publicly available

for all analyses with results claimed in the NIST WTC 7 Report, to allow scrutiny against the drawings, as it is now clear that items were omitted which would have mattered.

For those looking to help out here you can

1. Spread this around as much as possible.

2. Become a sustaining member of AE911Truth giving a small donation every month. It is the only organization capable of moving the quest for justice and accountability concerning 911 forward and everyone should support it like many spokes all emanating from a common hub support a rim which can then be ridden on. I believe the minimum is $2.00/month on Paypal. This amounts to $24.00/year. If the thousands of individuals who care about clearing up the issue of how WTC 7 came down can do that the sacrifice is shared with little pain to any one person. Sustained low level support from the many will allow legal work to push the issue into the courts if need be. If I were to bet on it I would have to say that is the only way it will get corrected and it would not be right to ask lawyers to do the work pro bono on a case of this magnitude, as they most likely couldn't even if they wanted to.

Thanks Tony Szamboti

This is the next logical step -- AE911Truth contacting the DOC Inspector General via an attorney with the evidence showing NIST's impropriety re their WTC 7 report. Regardless of the outcome, the court room level evidence is prepared and ready thanks to Tony and others. It's also good to see William Pepper taking part in this effort. Too often, lawyers for 9/11 truth have not acted for it.

Yes, very exciting initiative

I'm sorry to point out a negative, and feel free to downvote me here, but Mr. Pepper's letter has an odd quality of being incorrectly punctuated. This may seem like a trivial detail, but in legal communications precision and clarity are critical. Without this, a letter or brief can end up looking unprofessional and not be taken seriously.

If needed, I would be happy to offer free proofreading service for any future correspondence. Tony knows me and has my e-mail.

Battering Ram

It is an initiative that breaks new ground yes. Never before have NIST been challenged in this way, with their own data, and information that they themselves have released. In this way they are cornered and have nowhere to go. At the very least this should bring access to their input data or lack thereof and this will open up a huge can of worms for their case. A good friend described this as a battering ram that will burst through the door and leave their lies about WTC7 and other pertinent issues open to real scrutiny. I couldn't have put it better.
As for any grammatical errors in the letter, I can live with that. The content is something that will no doubt have many brows furrowed at NIST and beyond. I am comforted by the thought that we are probably the cause of some sleepless nights for those that sold the 911 lie to the US and wider populations. It would be interesting to see what changes you would make to the letter. I would certainly be interested to look. It may be immaterial in terms of this stage of the effort, but a useful option to have at our disposal for future parts of this effort. Thank you for your willingness to support and help in this way, I wish more were as willing to get on board and help.