EURONEWS: “The Plasco building was erected in the early 60s by Iranian Jewish businessman Habib Elghanian and named after his plastics manufacturing company.”
Features of controlled demolition are easily witnessed and include squibbs, visible charge flashes and audible explosions intended as destruction of the Plasco building into an assymetrical collapse.
AE911Truth Statement: NEW YORK, Jan. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ – At approximately 11:30 AM local time on January 19, 2017, in Tehran, an iconic 17-story high-rise known as the Plasco Building tragically collapsed after being on fire for some 3 ½ hours. Early reports say that anywhere from 20 to 50 were killed. The BBC reported that the fires were nearly extinguished — and that emergency personnel and occupants had begun reentering the building — when the collapse unexpectedly occurred.
“Based on preliminary analysis of many videos of the collapse, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth (AE911Truth)—a nonprofit that represents more than 2,750 architects and engineers who are calling for a new investigation of the 2001 World Trade Center disaster—strongly urges President Rouhani, Iranian authorities, and the people of Iran to thoroughly investigate the possible use of explosives in the Plasco Building’s shocking demise, and to act swiftly and decisively to preserve the physical evidence”. (More)
Plasco Building Closeup View
Plasco Building collapse w/ audio – Tehran, Iran – Jan. 19, 2017
This video of the tragic Plasco Building collapse provides improved audio of the footage taken from this camera. In the video compilation released by AE911Truth yesterday (https://youtu.be/_MgJTa7SDaY), the audio of this angle was apparently out of sync. The audio in this video is consistent with the audio in every other video showing this angle that we were able to find. Here are ten such videos:
Another video of the Plasco Building collapse includes uploads from multiple sources.
Interestingly, official Iranian news video re-posted on Corporate fake News sites appears to be edited in order to conceal evidence of controlled demolition. (THE SUN)
1/30/2017 Tehran Plasco Building Collapse molten/orange-hot metal: Explosives Must Be Investigated
Below: An interview with Saeid Kamani, one of the firefighters fighting the fires from the fire truck cranes at the scene of the Plasco Building incident.
Our full playlist compilation of Plasco Building collapse videos can be found here:
AE911Truth released the following statement on January 20, 2017:
TEHRAN BUILDING COLLAPSE: Investigators Must Consider Explosives
At approximately 11:30 AM local time yesterday in Tehran, an iconic 17-story high-rise known as the Plasco Building tragically collapsed after being on fire for some 3 ½ hours. It is not yet known how many firefighters and civilians were killed, but early reports say that anywhere from 20 to 50 are feared dead.
Based on preliminary analysis of many videos of the collapse, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth (AE911Truth)—a nonprofit that represents more than 2,750 architects and engineers who are calling for a new investigation of the 2001 World Trade Center disaster—strongly urges President Rouhani, Iranian authorities, and the people of Iran to thoroughly investigate the possible use of explosives in the Plasco Building’s shocking demise, and to act swiftly and decisively to preserve the physical evidence.
Let us be clear: It is impossible to know at this early stage what caused the structure to suddenly come crashing down. But, as with any proper forensic investigation, no plausible scenario should be ruled out—especially when the available data seem to support that scenario.
Here, six separate videos we have compiled here show what appear to be—and in some cases sound like—explosions emanating from the tower in sequential patterns as it began to crumble. The building’s tumultuous fall is then accompanied by thick, energetic, rapidly forming plumes that are reminiscent of what we see in controlled demolitions.
Further, the BBC reported that the fires were nearly extinguished—and that emergency personnel and occupants had begun reentering the building—when the collapse unexpectedly occurred. Indeed, videos display very few flames and a thick black smoke—signs of a low-temperature, oxygen-starved fire. Moreover, the inferno was limited to the upper floors, yet the entire 17 stories came down in just a few seconds.
We at AE911Truth are all too familiar with events in which a prematurely formed narrative makes it harder to subsequently ascertain what truly happened. We therefore adamantly caution against rushing to any conclusions as investigators work to uncover the truth surrounding this national tragedy in Iran.
Should the Plasco Building collapse be found to have been caused by pre-placed explosives, sadly it will not be the first time that explosives were used to bring down a burning high-rise while people were still inside.
Read the statement here: