Susan’s WTC Question: “Which individuals were targeted to be killed?” …and unlikely survivors?

In this Questions For Corbett #036 Episode, Susan asks: …When it comes to the Twin Towers I am also wondering very much ‘Who did they kill?’ …whether this is just collateral damage or maybe it is more interesting than that?”
James Corbett views not only this question, but the flip side to the question.

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Shoestring - The WTC Leaseholder and His Associates That Cheated Death on 9/11: Was it Coincidence or Foreknowledge?

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Larry Silverstein's amazing luck on 9/11

Thanks as always to the Corbett Report for mentioning my research in this latest podcast.

Silverstein thinking about insurance payout on evening of 9/11

Another notable piece of information about World Trade Center leaseholder Larry Silverstein and the 9/11 attacks is that on the evening of September 11, Silverstein was already thinking about getting a double insurance payout for the loss of the Twin Towers.

Journalist and author Steven Brill wrote that Silverstein's lawyers said that by the evening of September 11, Silverstein was "on the phone with them worrying whether his effort to shave costs when he'd bought insurance would now come back to hurt him, or whether his insurance policies could be read in a way that would construe the attacks as two separate, insurable incidents rather than one. The difference was roughly $3.55 billion versus $7.1 billion--the kind of gap corporate litigators dream of." (Steven Brill, After: How America Confronted the September 12 Era. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2003, p. 19.)

Planning Ahead?

Mr. Silverstein was awarded $861M for the loss of WTC7 in early 2002.

In May 2002 he began construction of the new WTC7, just after a major boundary realignment took place that shrank the footprint, extended Greenwich Street.

This has got to be the fastest settlement in insurance history.

How was Silverstein able to get the new plans drawn, studied, environmental impact statements secured and approved by the Department of Buildings in under one year?

This has got to be the fastest design/build high-rise project in world history.

Larry Silverstein - New WTC7 designed in 2000

Strange Activity

Why would you design a replacement for a beautiful 16 year old building?

Master Planning

Master Planning

Silverstein may have just misspoke

I think Larry Silverstein may simply have misspoke in this talk, as other evidence indicates that work only began on a new WTC after 9/11.

Specifically, in this article -- -- Silverstein wrote, "We held our first design meeting for 7 World Trade Center less than a month after 9/11." (See p.5 of the pdf.)

Similarly, on p. 5 of this Silverstein Properties document -- -- it states that the "[f]irst design meeting" for the new WTC 7 was held in "late 2001."

'need to know'

I cant think of a good reason to involve him on the "hey this building wont be here in a few months" level. Evidenced by his overly obvious statement about WTC7 being pulled and later about being on the phone with his insurance agent trying to get permission to destroy the building (on 9/11).