WTC7 free fall

The Chichester Observer (UK) interviews Tony Rooke and mentions WTC7 free fall evidence

On 25th of February this year Tony Rooke went to court in Horsham in the UK. He was refusing to pay the TV licence which is used to fund the BBC on the grounds that paying would constitute funding an organisation which was supporting terrorism.

Tony’s local newspaper, The Chichester Observer, has recently had the courage to interview him and print a more accurate account of his case than the one they initially printed. The interview appeared in the April 25th edition of the printed paper and includes a mention of the free fall collapse of Tower 7. The paper may only have a circulation of 30,000 but this is the first time this damning evidence has appeared in any British news paper.

Unfortunately the paper declined to publish the interview online but a PDF copy can be found on Tony's website at www.killingauntiefilms.co.uk