9-11 Planes Flew Directly into Secure Computer Rooms in Both Towers
by Christopher Bollyn
11 January 2007
an unsolved crime of terrorism. Many people who worked at the
This article, for example, is the result of information provided by one such anonymous person. To solve this crime, it is crucial that the people who have information come forward and share that information. Together, we can solve this heinous crime and make this world a better place.
TARGET: COMPUTER ROOMS
airplanes that struck the twin towers of the
Both planes flew directly into computer room like this.
a.m., five hijackers flew American Airlines Flight 11 (AA 11) with 11 crew and
76 passengers into the north face of WTC 1," according to the Final Report on
the Collapse of the World Trade Center Towers produced by the National Institute
of Standards and Technology (NIST, Sept. 2005):
The aircraft flew almost straight
Moving at about 440 mph, the nose
hit the exterior of the tower at the 96th floor. The aircraft cut a gash that
was over half the width of the building and extended from the 93rd floor to the
All but the lowest of these floors were occupied by Marsh & McLennan, a worldwide insurance company, which also occupied the 100th floor.
was centered on the 96th floor slab and filled the 95th and 96th floors top to
bottom," the NIST report says. So, what was on the 95th and 96th floors of the
should be noted, was the Bush-appointed proconsul or administrator of occupied
Lewis Paul Bremer (center) was Kissinger's man in Iraq. Here the U.S. proconsul walks through Fallujah with David Petraeus in 2003. (AFP)
report provides some information about "General Description of Tenant Layout."
For the floors in question it says, "Generally open space filled with
workstations. Offices, conference rooms, and work areas in exterior corners."
But on the 95th floor, Marsh & McLennan had a "large walled data center along
north and east sides," according to the NIST report. And that's exactly where
the plane hit – the north wall of the 95th floor.
I called Marsh
& McLennan to get a better idea of what was in this "large walled data center"
into which American Airlines Flight 11 plunged with deadly precision. Reginald
McQuay came on the line as a company spokesman. I told McQuay that Marsh &
McLennan got hit broadside on 9-11 and that it appeared that the plane flew
straight into their "walled data center," according to the NIST report. "No,"
McQuay said, "it wasn't really our data center. It was our computer center."
Then he suddenly became somewhat distressed, saying he could not even focus on
what I was saying and that I should call back next week.
Fair enough, I
thought. McQuay had confirmed my primary suspicion that the plane that struck
"Sixteen and a half minutes after the first impact, five hijackers flew United Airlines (UA) Flight 175, with 9 crew and 51 passengers, into WTC 2 at about 540 mph, about 100 mph faster than AA Flight 11," the NIST report says. "The center of the nose of the plane struck at the 81st floor slab. The plane was banked 38 degrees to the left (right wing upward) and was heading slightly (6 degrees) downward from the horizontal," it says.
The noses of both planes flew directly into secure computer rooms.
Flight 175 went straight into the 81st floor of the
The source of the large amount of molten metal on the 81st floor had not been explained. What could have possibly melted in such large amounts on a normal floor to create several cubic meters of molten metal?
Extremely hot molten iron cascaded from the 81st floor shortly before the collapse of WTC 2.
If this was
molten iron, as Professor Steven E. Jones of
metal seen falling from the 81st floor was not aluminum, as the NIST report
suggests, because molten aluminum would appear silverish-grey in daylight
conditions. The metal that is seen falling from the burning
The aluminum oxide that is produced in the Thermite or Thermate reaction is a whitish smoke. White smoke was seen coming from the 81st floor prior to each flow of molten metal, according to the NIST report, and large amounts of white smoke are seen prior to and during the collapse of each tower. Was this drywall dust or was this Thermite?
white smoke is coming from the corner of the
close-up of the corner of the
huge disguised flower pots of powdered Thermite near the elevators of a normal
office floor of the
Then, out of the blue, a former bank employee came forward, a person who had visited the 81st floor on a weekly basis. His information explains more than he probably thought and provides us with a major clue about what really happened on 9-11. Fuji Bank had torn up the 81st floor, he said, and stripped it down to reinforce the trusses so that the floor could hold more weight. Then they had built a raised floor and filled the entire floor with server-size Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) batteries. These units were bolted to the raised floor which stood about 3 feet above the reinforced 81st floor. Beneath the raised floor ran the cables and power supply that connected the army of batteries. IT techies had to get down on all fours and crawl around beneath the raised floor to connect cables.
"The whole floor was batteries," he said, "huge battery-looking things." They were "all black" and "solid, very heavy" things that had been brought in during the night. They had been put in place during the summer prior to 9-11, he said. But were they really batteries? "It's weird," he said. "They were never turned on." So, what really was on the 81st floor of WTC 2? What was in these heavy "battery-looking things?" Were they batteries, or were they Thermite?
The whole floor was full of batteries that were never turned on. Where they heavy packets of Thermite made to look like batteries?
Only senior Information Technology (IT) personnel from Fuji Bank, or the Japanese banks affiliated with it, had access to the 81st floor computer room, according to the source. The Mizuho Bank was established originally as Mizuho Holdings, Inc. by the merger of Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank (DKB), Fuji Bank and the Industrial Bank of Japan (IBJ) in 2000. According to the former bank employee, employees of Shimizu-America Corp. also had access to the floor.
9-11, the IBJ became the biggest player and took over the new corporation that
had been created by the merger, primarily because the offices of the DKB and
Fuji Bank had been destroyed in the
on that floor," the source said about Floor 81. The whole floor was taken up
with a "whole bunch of batteries" and "enclosed server racks" that were so tall
that one could not see over the top of them. The enclosed server racks were
locked and the only people who could open them were employees of the Shimizu
Corp., he said. Didn't the host of NIST scientists think that was worthy of
mention? They either did not know that the 81st floor was full of
"battery-looking things" or decided not to mention it. How odd.
the Atlanta-based senior vice president of Shimizu-America, said he could not
say anything about the work that
documents that accompany the final report confirm the source's information that
Fuji Bank had reinforced the 81st floor. Documents dated 1999 say that
reinforcements were added to the floor trusses "to accommodate the new UPS
workspace." The structural engineering firm was noted as LERA, or Leslie E.
Robertson and Associates.
SawTeen See, a
managing partner of LERA, said the firm was unable to comment on the work it had
done on the 81st floor. "We are not at liberty to comment on this or to provide
any further information," she wrote. "Please contact the PANYNJ who are the
project owners." PANYNJ is the Port Authority of New York and
Fuji Bank &
Trust reported 12 out of 125 Japanese expatriate employees missing the day after
9-11. Two American employees of Fuji Bank are also reported to have died on
9-11: Security officer Patrick Adams, 60, and John Andreacchio, 52. Both men