Dwain Deets

Faith in Science -- Retired NASA engineer explains why he doesn't believe the official 9/11 report

In an article by Shane Cohn in the Ventura County Reporter, an interview of 9/11 Truth spokesperson Dwain Deets is presented. The interviewer asked good questions, and presented the responses accurately.

This article was published shortly before two speaking events in Ventura, California, on the 9/11 anniversary weekend.

http://www.vcreporter.com/cms/story/detail/faith_in_science/8213/

Dwain Deets LTE: Protecting the public from information

Letter to Editor, North County Times, published August 3, 2010
nctimes.com/news/opinion/letters

We have a federal agency showing disdain for the Freedom of Information Act. Dr. Patrick Gallagher, Director of National Institute for Standards and Technology, denied a request from structural engineer Ronald Brookman, who sought detailed structural analysis information gathered by NIST when they determined the cause of the World Trade Center Building 7 collapse. Gallagher's stated reason for denial was that releasing it "might jeopardize public safety."

What might jeopardize public safety is "not" allowing professionals in the building industry such as Mr. Brookman to independently study the NIST analysis of the highly anomalous building failure. A 47-story high-rise suddenly collapses straight down into its own footprint — highly anomalous.

LTE by Dwain Deets Published in North County Times

A very well-worded Letter to the Editor was published in the North County Times (San Diego) this AM.   Dwain Deets is a former NASA Engineering Executive and AE911Truth active member.

Questioning 9/11

Seven Problems with Building 7:

1. No plane struck the 47-story World Trade Center skyscraper (Building 7).

2. No evidence of fires in Building 7 for the first 100 minutes after being struck by debris from Tower 1.   (Yet fire from the debris is the official explanation for building collapse.)

3. Sudden free-fall drop of eight stories is finally officially acknowledged.  Yet the National Institute of Standards and Technology's lead investigator explained months earlier that free fall could not have occurred because that would have meant there would have been no structural components below.