This week on 9/11 Free Fall, structural engineer Seth McVey joins host Andy Steele to talk about his successful efforts to inform fellow engineers of the controlled demolition evidence and his hope that the engineering community will lead the charge for a new 9/11 investigation. Seth, who was in fourth grade on September 11, 2001, is optimistic that his generation and younger generations will come to reject the official explanation of the World Trade Center’s destruction that day.
This week on 9/11 Free Fall, New York-based architect Andrew Salter joins host Andy Steele to share his experience on 9/11 and his story of discovering the evidence of controlled demolition and trying to inform others around him. Andrew was a high-schooler in Manhattan on September 11, 2001. His father, who worked in the Financial District, ran for his life when the towers came down. For many hours, Andrew had no idea if his father had survived. When they were finally reunited that evening, his father was “cloaked in dust from head to toe.” Twenty years later, Andrew, a signatory to AE911Truth’s petition, is emblematic of a younger generation that experienced 9/11 in their youth and may now be ready to tear down the false official narrative of this world-changing event. Don’t miss this illuminating episode of 9/11 Free Fall.
This week on 9/11 Free Fall, retired structural engineer Larry Cooper joins host Andy Steele to give an update on the presentation he made last week to the SunCoast Branch of the Florida Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Larry spoke about the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 and the 2020 University of Alaska Fairbanks report. He received a standing ovation from the 22 engineers in attendance, two-thirds of whom had not previously heard of Building 7. Hear all about Larry’s experience on this week’s episode of 9/11 Free Fall.
This week on 9/11 Free Fall, filmmaker Alan Golding joins host Andy Steele to talk about his inspiring experience working on The Unspeakable — where as producer of the film’s UK unit he got to help the family of 9/11 victim Geoff Campbell tell their story — and about his reasons for being part of the 9/11 Truth Movement.
This week on 9/11 Free Fall, attorney Mick Harrison and AE911Truth Director of Strategy Ted Walter join host Andy Steele to discuss the latest developments in AE911Truth’s lawsuit against NIST regarding its report on Building 7.
This week on 9/11 Free Fall, 9/11 activist Adam Syed joins host Andy Steele to discuss Andy’s newly released graphic novel, Born on 9/11, which Adam just finished reading this week. Adam shares his glowing thoughts about the book and takes a turn as interviewer, asking Andy about the larger questions posed by this “true work of art.”
This week on 9/11 Free Fall, civil engineers Seth McVey, Zaida Owre, and Roland Angle join host Andy Steele to talk about AE911Truth’s landmark initiative Project Due Diligence (PDD).
McVey and Owre, who are first-time guests on the show, and Angle, who is AE911Truth’s CEO and the founder of PDD, explain why they enthusiastically lend their time, energy, and expertise to this successful effort to share the WTC evidence with others in their profession.
They also discuss how AE911Truth supporters can advance PDD’s progress as it breaks through the wall of disinformation and censorship threatening to bury the evidence for the controlled demolition of all three WTC towers on September 11, 2001.
This week on 9/11 Free Fall, chemist and eminent 9/11 researcher Niels Harrit joins host Andy Steele to discuss a number of scientific points related to the World Trade Center’s destruction. Harrit lays out what he calls a “consistent and coherent model” for the demolition of the Twin Towers, which involves the use of explosives, thermate, and nano-thermite, and he expresses his optimism that a major awakening on the scale of the Renaissance will take place in his lifetime.
This week on 9/11 Free Fall, British structural engineer Anil Jethwa, who has more than 40 years of experience designing major multi-story buildings all around the world for companies such as Arup and Bechtel, joins host Andy Steele to share his perspective on 9/11 and his reasons for signing the AE911Truth petition.
Jethwa knew from the moment the towers went down that what he was watching on TV went against everything he knew about designing structures. Over the ensuing 20 years, he has tried to raise the issue with his peers but has found “a great reluctance of people to talk openly about what had happened.”
Now that he is retired, he pledges to continue working to raise awareness until his last dying breath, so that truth and justice may one day prevail.
This week on 9/11 Free Fall, engineer John Schuler talks with host Andy Steele about his process of waking up to the demolition of the World Trade Center towers and about recently becoming the head of outreach for AE911Truth’s “Project Due Diligence.” A graduate of the University of Alaska Fairbanks, Schuler had a unique introduction to the World Trade Center evidence when he learned that researchers at his alma mater had produced a major report on Building 7.