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Many questions remain after the dust settles on 9/11 atrocity; AGENDA & LETTERS.

Dear Editor, After all the 9/11 films and dramas are over until the next anniversary, it's good to get back to reality.

There are some serious questions of that day such as what was the source of the super-thermite material widely found in the dust of the twin towers by scientists at Copenhagen University if that source wasn't used in detonation? How did the towers "pancake" at the acceleration of gravity as shown in video evidence when the physical law of the conservation of momentum makes this impossible? Why were sheared steel beams thrust out great distances in horizontal directions? Why were molten steel deposits still glowing for days after the collapse at the heart of ground zero? Why was the steel removed so quickly before it could be submitted to forensic examination? Why did the steel fall only in lengths which were manageable for transportation? How did the buildings become hot enough for the steel to fracture when steel is a highly conductive metal and bends as an effect of heat? Why did all the concrete used in construction pulverise? What were the national security considerations which forced victims families to have to launch Freedom of Information actions to gain access to simple information? And why was George Bush so completely reluctant to set up a Commission of Inquiry, and why when he submitted to pressures did he fill it with his cronies? Bill Haymes Compass Court, Coventry
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Sep 18, 2009
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