9/11 mainstream media
After the 9/11 attacks, international investigations were launched into financial transactions that seemed to indicate foreknowledge about the coming catastrophe.1 For its part, a technology firm named Convar, located in Pirmasens, Germany, had been tasked by the U.S. Department of Defense to restore data on damaged hard drives gathered from the ruins of the destroyed WTC skyscrapers. These investigations stemmed from suspicious and untracked transactions – up to 100 million dollars – carried out using WTC computers right before the attack, pointing to foreknowledge of the total destruction of the evidence.
In what follows it will be demonstrated that Convar's investigations were followed and reported by global media in 2001–2002, and that in 2003 the FBI denied that they had ever been carried out. Pliantly, the media became silent about the investigations, and the 9/11 Commission did not mention them at all in its report.
Dr. Niels Harrit is professor of chemistry at the University of Copenhagen and is one of the key authors of the WTC nano-thermite paper. In this episode of 9/11Free Fall he lays out the evidence in that paper and also discusses a lawsuit he's filed in response to ridiculous attacks on him in the press. He also offers insight into the assault on intellectual freedom that arose in society as a result of the 9/11 cover-up.