Investigative Journalist, Russ Baker Supports 9/11 Probe 2

Russ Baker Journalist

Putting a 9/11 Mystery on the Ballot

By Russ Baker

I was standing blocks from Building 7 of the World Trade Center complex and staring directly at it when it collapsed.

Working for the Los Angeles Times, I arrived that morning just in time to see an enormous cloud of dust and people running away. I had not yet known of the rapid and deadly descent of the South and North towers. That afternoon, I called in a series of reports to a staffer in the New York bureau.

I was literally on the phone with the office at 5:21 p.m., describing the fires burning in the structure as the building began—and completed— its remarkably fast, smooth descent to the ground. I described the building neatly pancaking, and the Pulitzer Prize winner on the other end taking my dictation declared: “That sounds like a controlled demolition” 

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Note: Russ Baker is a US investigative journalist and founder of the nonprofit website WhoWhatWhy.com. His recurring themes are politics, secrecy, and abuses of power. His recent writings have focused on elites in finance, resource extraction, military and intelligence operations, and their quiet influence over national and global political and economic affairs.

Baker has written for many US publications including the New Yorker, Vanity Fair, the New York Times, The Nation, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, the Village Voice, Esquire, Slate and Salon, and served as a contributing editor to the Columbia Journalism Review. (Wiki)

 

 

2 comments

  1. Reblogged this on Arlin Report and commented:
    Evidence continues to surface to support that airplanes did not bring down the Twin Towers, Building 7, or damage the Pentagon. A synchronized demolition with the planes as diversion brought down those buildings. This points to an inside job, with conspiracy group(s) within our own government knowledgeable and involved. More to come.

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