9/11 families sue NIST over World Trade Center Building 7 report

7 September 2021

ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS FOR 9/11 TRUTH — A group of eight family members who lost children, parents, siblings, and spouses on 9/11 filed a lawsuit today against the National Institute of Standards and Technology. The lawsuit alleges that NIST violated federal law in its denial of a request for correction calling on the agency to throw out the conclusions of its 2008 report on the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7.

The eight family members were joined by 10 structural engineers and architects and by Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth. All three groups of plaintiffs were signatories to the original request for correction, which identified eight ways that NIST’s fire-based scenario for the collapse of Building 7 was both physically impossible and inconsistent with the available evidence.

The goal of the lawsuit is to obtain a court order that forces NIST to perform new analyses and to develop a new “probable collapse sequence” that is physically possible and consistent with the available evidence. The plaintiffs argue that the only such scenario is a controlled demolition of the building. […]

1 Comment on 9/11 families sue NIST over World Trade Center Building 7 report

  1. Yeah, my heart goes out to them, but I am 70 / 30 that they will lose. Yet again, a loss in court may help us all, and them quite well.

    Let’s just take a moment to consider the discovery process. If they are able to puncture any of the veil of security around certain documents, then we may all learn more about the events. This is a win for all of us.

    As for them, they may wish to consider agents, a book deal or two, and extensive interviews for about 2-6 months. This may help them get their stories out, and compensate them in the process (not a key goal, but helpful none-the-less).


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