In 2016, Peter Michael Ketcham, a former employee of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, began looking into the reports his agency had released on the collapse of the WTC. What he found shook him to the core.
Building 7 was destroyed in the manner of a classic implosion, falling suddenly, symmetrically, and in absolute free fall into its own footprint.
The Twin Towers were destroyed by waves of explosions that pulverized the building contents and hurled steel beams up to 600 ft in all directions.
3,000+ architects and engineers are demanding a new investigation of the WTC destruction.
In the law, a conspiracy refers to an agreement between two or more people to commit an unlawful act, or to deprive another person of his legal rights. The agreement to act must be moved toward a conclusion, whether or not it is actually accomplished. Plans made by a certain combination of people for unlawful or secret purposes may also be considered a conspiracy.