Nearly ten years since September 11, 2001, concerned citizens across the country and around the world continue to raise questions about the official account of those tragic events. As research evolves and public awareness increases, calls for a new investigation have grown more prevalent and more determined, even despite the passage of time.
The most striking anomaly is the collapse of Building 7â€”a third skyscraper in the World Trade Center complexâ€”that occurred nearly seven hours after the collapse of the Twin Towers. Thousands of scientific researchers, engineers and architects have examined the available evidence and have concluded that the official explanation of fire-induced collapse does not withstand the most basic of scientific scrutiny. Instead, they believe Building 7 was brought down intentionally, and they have put their reputations and careers on the line to call for a new investigation.
This event, Investigate Building 7, is an urgent call to action. For one day, 9/11 family members, political leaders, prominent academics, journalists, lawyers, architects, engineers and scientists who have studied the events of 9/11 extensively, will gather to call upon elected officials in New York and upon the media to reexamine the most important event of our time. The day will be highlighted by a presentation of key evidence that overwhelmingly warrants opening a local investigation into the collapse of Building 7.
Investigate Building 7: A Call to Reexamine the Most Important Event of Our Time is part of the BuildingWhat? campaign, a New York-based effort to bring about a new Building 7 investigation. The BuildingWhat? campaign is led by NYC CAN, a 9/11 family group, and is cosponsored by Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth and several other 9/11 organizations.
BuildingWhat? launched in the fall of 2010 with an extraordinary TV ad campaign that reached one million unique viewers in the New York Metropolitan Area. It achieved unprecedented breakthroughs by being featured on Geraldo Rivera and Judge Andrew Napolitanoâ€™s shows on FOX News. A new TV ad is set to air in the spring of 2011.