This week on 9/11 Free Fall, structural engineer Eric Francis-Wright joins host Andy Steele to talk about his experience as a young boy in Queens on September 11, 2001; about being an engineer who challenges the official story; and about the importance of staying true to oneself in a world of conformity.

Though only 11 years old on 9/11, Francis-Wright questioned the idea of a pancake collapse of the Twin Towers from the very beginning. Today, he is confident that the official report issued by the National Institute of Standards and Technology will be exposed as untrue in his lifetime.

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