Posted on 15 September 2010 |
Scott Forbes reported a "power down" for approximately 36 hours in the South Tower of the World Trade Center the weekend (8th to 9th) prior to September 11th 2001. The "power down" conditions meant that for the floors his company Fiduciary Trust operated in (floors 90 and 94-97) there was no electricity - meaning CCTV cameras were out of operation and security doors were unlocked. Despite contacting the 911 Commission through their website and by mail Scott was never acknowledged or contacted. Watch him here in his first ever video interview, an excerpt from the new Feature Length Documentary - The Elephant In The Room
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by Scott Forbes
Friday Jul 20th, 2007 7:08 AM
British IT engineer Scott Forbes was working in New York's World Trade Center in September 2001 and lost 89 of his work colleagues in the 9/11 attacks. This is a 25 minute mp3 interview with him for free dissemination... ..
Listen here to his eyewitness account of the security systems power down and mysterious 'cabling' contractors working in the south tower the weekend immediately prior to the attacks.
Scott Forbes demands disclosure of documents authorising the power down and details of who the contractors were.
From his nearby flat, on his day off, Scott witnessed the second plane strike the tower just below offices where his colleagues were working.
The 9/11 Commission were not interested that the WTC security cameras and other security systems were paralysed between 12 noon on Saturday 8th and 2pm on Sunday 9th September 2001.