Things You Haven't Seen on the News: Another Interesting Story From 9/11
Today's "Hmm" story comes courtesy of a man named Scott Forbes. He has relevant information to goings on at the South Tower just prior to 9/11, so naturally the Commission had no interest in talking to him. Many scoffers at these conspiracy stories love to discuss a lack of opportunity. It's one of those tip-offs that means they haven't really looked into this. What could be suspicious about a power-down the weekend prior to that Tuesday morning with a bunch of "engineers" wandering around carrying spools of wire ostensibly to upgrade the cable in the towers? I'm sure it happened all the time. Actually, it didn't because a power-down in the towers affected many companies working there dramatically, as you can read below:
"My name is Scott Forbes and I still work
for Fiduciary Trust. In 2001 we occupied floors 90 and 94-97 of the South
Tower and lost 87 employees plus many contractors.
On the weekend of 9/8,9/9 there was a 'power down' condition in WTC tower 2,
the south tower. This power down condition meant there was no electrical
supply for approx 36hrs from floor 50 up. I am aware of this situation since
I work in IT and had to work with many others that weekend to ensure that
all systems were cleanly shutdown beforehand ... and then brough back up
afterwards. The reason given by the WTC for the power down was that cabling
in the tower was being upgraded ... Of course without power there were no
security cameras, no security locks on doors and many, many 'engineers'
coming in and out of the tower. I was at home on the morning of 9/11 on the
shore of Jersey City, right opposite the Towers, and watching events unfold
I was convinced immediately that something was happening related to the
weekend work ...
I have mailed this information to many people and bodies, including the 9/11
Commission but no-one seems to be taking and registering these facts. Whats
to hide? Can you help publicise them?
Please feel free to mail me.
All together now: "Hmm."