9/11 Whistleblowers: Kevin Ryan

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6 September 2019

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“But someone would have talked,” say the self-styled skeptics who believe the government’s official conspiracy theory of 9/11. “After all, every major conspiracy has its whistleblowers, doesn’t it?”

But there’s a problem with this logically fallacious non-argument. “Someone” did talk. In fact, numerous people have come out to blow the whistle on the events of September 11, 2001, and the cover-up that surrounds those events.

These are the stories of the 9/11 Whistleblowers.

In 2001, Kevin Ryan was the site manager at Environmental Health Laboratories (EHL) in South Bend, Indiana. At the time, EHL was a subsidiary of Underwriters Laboratories (UL), a global safety consulting and certification corporation that tests a range of consumer and industrial products for compliance with government safety standards. Among many other things, UL provides fire resistance ratings for structural steel components to insure compliance with New York City building codes.

Just weeks after the events of September 11, 2001, UL’s then-CEO, Loring Knoblauch, visited Ryan’s EHL lab in South Bend. During his speech there, Knoblauch assured the lab’s workers that UL “had certified the steel in the World Trade Center buildings” and “that we should all be proud that the buildings had stood for so long under such intense conditions.” Knowing UL’s role in producing a fire resistance directory and providing ratings for steel components, Ryan thought little of the statement at the time.

But Ryan’s curiosity about UL’s role in the certification of the World Trade Center steel was piqued when, in 2003, he began to question the lies that the Bush administration had used to justify the invasion of Iraq, and, eventually, to question the official story of September 11th itself. Recalling Knoblauch’s comments about UL’s role in certifying the Trade Center steel shortly after 9/11, Ryan began to take a professional interest in the official investigation into the Twin Towers’ destruction, an investigation in which UL itself was to play a part. […]

1 Comment on 9/11 Whistleblowers: Kevin Ryan

  1. I had an apartment in lower Manhattan on 9/11/2001. My fiance at the time worked a couple blocks from there. His colleague was stuck on the subway near the WTC stop. He said they were evacuated down the tube, which was filled with smoke. When he emerged from the tunnel at a location uptown from the WTC he had no idea what was taking place, so he just began to walk toward the WTC in order to go to work. He witnessed the demolition of the first tower. So he was in a smoke-filled subway tunnel prior to either tower coming down. This supports the evidence that the buildings were blown up from inside. They did not “collapse” due to the airplanes. Our DOD budget was over $300 billion in 2001. Yet on 9/11 DOD leadership sat by and did nothing to stop the attacks. We now have a DOD budget of $778 billion. Money from the DOD budget continues to “disappear” and the agency is apparently un-auditable. After spending more money than any other nation in the world on our DOD, we have never questioned or held accountable those in leadership who failed to protect Americans on 9/11. This comment should not be construed as criticism of regular soldiers. Many of them expressed frustration that they were prevented from acting to protect America by this same leadership. Why do we continue to increase the DOD budget without any accountability for their failures on 9/11?

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