Larry Silverstein WTC 7

Explosions Before The Collapse of WTC 7

An account of some of the explosions that were heard on 9/11 following the collapse of WTC 1 & 2 but before the collapse of WTC 7


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qReJQCsIpKw

9/11 Free Fall 12/13/12-- Mark Graham and the Silverstein lawsuit

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9/11 Truth activist Mark Graham recently sent a letter to the insurance companies covering the airlines that Larry Silverstein is suing, outlining the fact that the airplanes were not responsible for the complete destruction of the Twin Towers and WTC 7, as is claimed. Currently he is working with two engineers and an architect, who are going to file an amicus curiae brief so that the controlled demolition evidence is put in the record. In this episode of 9/11 Free Fall he discusses it with Andy Steele.

Links mentioned on show:

Were Explosives the Source of the Seismic Signals Emitted from New York on September 11, 2001?

http://www.journalof911studies.com/resources/RousseauVol34November2012.pdf

Silverstein To Refinance $577M in Bonds at 7 WTC

http://www.globest.com/news/12_309/newyork/office/Silverstein-To-Refinance-577M-in-Bonds-at-7-WTC-319716.html

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Last Updated: March 19, 2012 11:26am ET
Silverstein To Refinance $577M in Bonds at 7 WTC
By Jacqueline Hlavenka

CMBS and Liberty Bonds
secured by 7 WTC will be
refinanced.

NEW YORK CITY-After reaching 100% occupancy late last year, Silverstein Properties will be refinancing the liberty bonds and a commercial mortgage-backed security secured by Seven World Trade Center, according to a report from Fitch Ratings.

The total loan includes $577.8 million of liberty bonds and a CMBS loan secured by a mortgage backed by two cross-defaulted loans on 7 WTC. The senior loan is a $452.8 million tax-exempt liberty bond financing designated loan and the junior loan is a $125 million CMBS loan, according to Fitch.