NIST Request for Correction

Visibility 9-11 Welcomes Attorney James Gourley


This week Visibility 9-11 welcomes attorney James Gourley, author of the Request for Correction petition to the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST). 

NIST's mandate required the issuance of a final report but also included recommendations which could affect the entire steel building industry, high rise evacuation procedures, high rise firefighting techniques and numerous other standards and code.  The Data Quality Act has been in place to insure that government reports such as the one put out by NIST on the World Trade Center towers is useful, objective, and of sound integrity.   Mr. Gourley's Request for Correction petition seeks to hold NIST accountable for the egregious errors and lies published in their report. 

Requesters on the RFC include 9-11 victim family members Bob McIlvine and Bill Doyle, Physicist Steven Jones, Architect Richard Gage, Kevin Ryan and Scholars for 9-11 Truth and Justice.

Intermission music by LABAL-S.

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