Gregory A. Butler

Q&A with Gregory A. Butler, author of "LOST TOWERS . . . inside the World Trade Center cleanup"

In late May and early June of 2007, I conducted an online interview of Gregory A. Butler author of "LOST TOWERS . . . inside the World Trade Center cleanup". Being that I'm a 9/11 truth activist and I presume Mr. Butler is not, I tried my best to remain as neutral and objective with my questions as possible. I hope I did a good job.

This Q&A was reprinted with the express permission of Gregory A. Butler.

To your knowledge, was "the pit" referred to in your book also called "the pile" or the "WTC pile"?

Apparently, FDNY firefighters and other uniformed officers tended to refer to it as "the pile", while civilian construction workers called it "the pit"

Do you still keep in contact with any of the WTC first responders and/or clean-up crew that are sick from exposure to the WTC dust?

I really haven't kept in close touch with any of the workers who got sick down there - but it has been a big news story here, which I have followed in the press.