The 9-11 European Truth Tour
by Christopher Bollyn
June 16, 2005
Like Henry Ford of an earlier era, Jimmy Walter, an American patriotic
millionaire, is leading a group of 9-11 researchers, victims, and heroes on a
European tour to try to bring about an independent investigation from
AMSTERDAM, Holland - Jimmy Walter has spent $3.5 million of his own money on print advertisements in the United States mainstream media in an effort to bring public attention to the many unanswered questions of the 9-11 terror attacks. This spring, in an effort to try and open an independent European investigation of the attacks, the utopian city planner is sponsoring a tour of the continent and
"The war is forced upon me," Walter, who designs sustainable cities for the
future, told an
start a European investigation into 9-11," is what he wants the tour to achieve
Walter said. "We want to warn the world about what really happened on 9-11."
any part of the 9-11 story was not done by 19 Arabs who flunked out of flight
school - then the whole story is a sham," he said.
Intellectual freedom is the main reason Walter chose to begin the tour in
group that Walter is taking to 7 European cities includes 9-11 writers,
researchers and survivors. There are two teams, which will have different events
William Rodriguez, the Puerto Rican porter and "key master" of the
Philip J. Berg, a Pennsylvania-based lawyer representing some of the victims of
9-11, and Webster G. Tarpley, historian and author of 9-11: Synthetic Terror,
are also on the tour.
Rachel Hughes, a 39-year-old from
Hughes said she has only 20-30 percent of her lung capacity left. Inhalation of
tiny particles that hovered over the WTC site and lower
"Two days after the attack, the EPA said the air was safe to breathe," Berg, who
represents Hughes, said. "Christie Todd Whitman lied on September 13." EPA
spokesmen did not answer calls about this matter.
Asked if the intense heat that persisted at the WTC site would have produced sub-micron size particles known as nano-particles, chemical physicist Marion Fulk, formerly with Livermore National Lab, said, "Yes."
Fulk, who researches the effects of nano-particles on the human cell and
biological systems, has contributed greatly to understanding how the smallest
particles of depleted uranium cause the greatest damage to human health - and
lead directly to a host of symptoms generally known as Gulf War Syndrome.
"When things burn," Fulk said, "that's where these fine particles are produced."
The numerous incredibly hot spots at ground zero would have produced huge
amounts of toxic nano-particles of asbestos, lead, and other heavy metals that
lingered in the air over Manhattan and Brooklyn for weeks. "These are able to
enter the body through the lungs, nose, and skin," Fulk said. Once inside the
body they migrate freely and are able to penetrate into the nucleus of the cells
due to their incredibly small size.
KEY MASTER'S STORY
Rodriguez, who worked in the twin towers for 20 years, worked as a porter in the
Rodriguez told me about a man he rescued from the first basement level.
"Explosion, explosion," the man said as Rodriguez found him with his skin peeled
off of his arms. The official explanation of the cause of this explosion is that
jet fuel fell down elevator shafts and somehow exploded in the basement. The
9-11 commission interviewed Rodriguez in a closed session at the FEMA office in
huge second explosion occurred seconds after the plane struck the tower,
Rodriguez said. After that there were "many, many explosions," he said. When he
went to his office on the 33rd floor next to the freight elevator to get rescue
equipment, Rodriguez heard the sound of "heavy equipment" being moved on the
floor above. The 34th floor, however, was a floor that was "supposed to be
empty." Rodriguez said he was 100 percent sure that somebody was moving heavy
equipment around on the floor that had no walls, offices, or tenants.
story of the Israeli "movers" who were arrested after filming the collapse of
the WTC is a "huge" story that has been ignored by the mainstream media,
Rodriguez said. The sergeant who was involved in the arrest of the "movers" at