Yesterday was a big day for the pursuit of 9/11 justice!
After years of tip-toeing closer and closer to speaking the truth about the demolition of the WTC towers, comedian and political commentator Jimmy Dore interviewed Dr. Leroy Hulsey about his computer modeling study of World Trade Center Building 7, which Dr. Hulsey conducted in his final years as a professor at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Dr. Hulsey’s interview with the influential YouTuber is a major step forward for the pursuit of 9/11 justice and will hopefully give more journalists the confidence to begin talking about and investigating what really happened on 9/11.
You can help by contacting Dore and urging him to interview Kevin Ryan about who was responsible for 9/11 — a topic Dore has touched on in recent months and appears ready to delve into further. Be sure to note that Ryan is the editor of the Journal of 9/11 Studies and author of Another Nineteen: Investigating Legitimate 9/11 Suspects.
The full livestream that aired yesterday is currently not available, but short segments of the interview have been posted on X.
Clip from Jimmy Dore interviewing Professor Leroy Hulsey about WTC7.— 911Gene (@911Gene) December 9, 2023
Comparison of Leroy Hulsey's building of model and NIST's model to the actual footage of WTC7 collapse. Why didn't NIST enact code changes if buildings can suddenly collapse due to fire?… pic.twitter.com/rPKPEu5qBM
IC911 debates YouTuber Sabin Mathew about the Twin Towers’ demolition
Earlier in the day, civil engineer Jonathan Cole and IC911 Executive Director Ted Walter debated Sabin Mathew, host of the YouTube engineering channel Lesics, which has 6.5 million subscribers.
Two months ago Mathew released a video that falsely and superficially advocates the progressive collapse theory of the Twin Towers’ destruction. It has since accumulated more than six million views.
Although the debate was hampered by technical issues and the host interrupted us several times, we were able to make our core arguments and provide lots of information that should be useful to viewers exploring the issue seriously for the first time.