On October 26, 2006, KGNU Radio in Denver Colorado hosted a discussion between Steven Jones, then a professor of physics at BYU, and Leslie Robertson, an engineer involved in the original World Trade Center project, regarding the destruction of the World Trade Center towers on 9/11/01.
HOST: Up next, we look at the collapse of the World Trade Center. Five years after the tragedy of September 11, 2001, a number of people across the country continue to ask a number of questions about what actually happened on that day, in New York and Washington [and] Pennsylvania.
There are websites, articles, books, and documentaries that put forward a variety of theories counter to the government account of what happened. Steven Jones has written and spoken out about his view of the collapse of the World Trade Center towers and the nearby Building 7. To him, it looks like the towers’ collapse may have been the result of a controlled demolition. Jones is a physicist, a professor of physics, and the group Colorado 9/11 Visibility is bringing Steven Jones to Boulder and to Denver this weekend, along with other speakers who question the official story. Details of those events are on the website http://Colorado911Visibility.org.
Leslie Robertson is the founder and head of Leslie Robertson and Associates, a structural engineering firm based in New York, with many decades of experience in structural design for buildings and other structures around the world, including the World Trade Center. Leslie Robertson was the chief engineer on the World Trade Center project.