Why Did Foreign Companies Manage the 9-11 Debris Removal?

Christopher Bollyn – bollyn.com June 11, 2019

Did they throw away the locked doors from the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire? Did they throw away the gas can used at the Happyland Social Club Fire? Did they cast aside the pressure-regulating valves at the Meridian Plaza Fire? Of course not. But essentially, that’s what they’re doing at the World Trade Center.
For more than three months, structural steel from the World Trade Center has been and continues to be cut up and sold for scrap. Crucial evidence that could answer many questions about high-rise building design practices and performance under fire conditions is on the slow boat to China, perhaps never to be seen again in America until you buy your next car.
Such destruction of evidence shows the astounding ignorance of government officials to the value of a thorough, scientific investigation of the largest fire-induced collapse in world history. I have combed through our national standard for fire investigation, NFPA 921, but nowhere in it does one find an exemption allowing the destruction of evidence for buildings over 10 stories tall.
– “Selling out the Investigation,” Bill Manning, editor, Fire Engineering, Jan. 1, 2002
Imagine there is a terrible fire and explosion in a crowded high-rise in the middle of a large American city in which thousands of people are thought to have perished.  Before the dead can be even be pulled from the rubble or the cause of the destruction investigated, the city calls in a privately owned foreign company to remove the debris.  Would it not seem a bit odd – even criminal – to see a foreign company removing the evidence from the scene before an investigation had even begun?
As Bill Manning, the editor of Fire Engineering wrote at the end of 2001, “I have combed through our national standard for fire investigation, NFPA 921, but nowhere in it does one find an exemption allowing the destruction of evidence for buildings over 10 stories tall.”
“Such destruction of evidence,” Manning said, “shows the astounding ignorance of government officials to the value of a thorough, scientific investigation of the largest fire-induced collapse in world history.”
But was it really “astounding ignorance” that was obstructing “a thorough, scientific investigation of the largest fire-induced collapse in world history” – or was it something even worse?  Was the obstruction of an investigation planned and intentional – because an investigation would have revealed that it was explosive demolitions and not fire-induced collapses that destroyed the World Trade Center?
What is even more peculiar is that the companies that were contracted on Day One to remove the rubble of the three demolished towers were all foreign owned.  This raises several questions:  Why was the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers not called in the first place to manage the World Trade Center and Pentagon sites?  Why were foreign companies allowed to destroy the evidence from the crime scenes in which thousands of people had been killed?  Who made the decision to hire these companies?
It would be naive to think it is merely coincidence that three foreign-owned companies got the contracts to remove the rubble of the three demolished towers of 9-11, effectively destroying the physical evidence of the worst mass murder in U.S. history.  Knowing who was behind the decision to hire these foreign companies is key to understanding the 9-11 cover up.

The WTC debris site was divided between four contracters with the sites of the three demolished towers all going to foreign-owned companies. Amec, from Britain (blue) got the North Tower and Customs House (WTC 6); Bovis, also from Britain (green) got the South Tower area; Turner, owned by Hochtief from Germany (yellow) got WTC 7, and Tully, the only American company (pink) got WTC 4 and 5. This means that the three buildings that were demolished (WTC 1,2, and 7) – crime scenes of the worst mass murder in U.S. history – were all cleaned up by foreign-owned companies. Click to enlarge

The layout of the WTC complex prior to 9-11. Click to enlarge

A map from an engineering presentation showing the companies and their quadrants. Click to enlarge

This image shows the World Trade Center site viewed from the West.

 

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2 responses to “Why Did Foreign Companies Manage the 9-11 Debris Removal?”

  1. There is no crime if it not declared, or alleged, or entered as such, et cetera.

    There is no crime if no evidence is presented, et cetera.

    There is no crime if no one does either of the above.

    Thus, the objective of preventing a criminal declaration.

    Thus, the objective of preventing evidence from being obtained.

    But, too much to be dismissed, too many people presenting the incontrovertible mounts.

    Will the people have the ability, the courage, the perseverance to hold to what and where and to whom it leads? Or will their power and wealth and intimidation cause the people to cower, to dismiss… as was done with the Israeli attack on America with the USSLiberty?

    If so, then America will truly be a cowardly, manipulated people in the service of what and for whom? If a foreign country, then those elected officials are traitors, are treasonous.

  2. My political consciousness is book ended by the 1963 Kennedy Assassination and the 911 scandal. Throughout all these years, I can not recall a single instance in which I could feel proud of this country. From pillar to post it has been one ugly piece of hypocrisy or sham after another.

    Can the documents concerning the cleanup contracts be obtained, including all memos referring to “clean up” “disposition” or “salvage” for the restricted time period. Isn’t this what FOIA is about?