VIDEO: 9/11: Disappearing explosions

Secondary explosions: explosion devices unrelated to the planes planted in the buildings?


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The media makes the reports of internal explosions disappear

In the minutes after the initial attacks on the World Trade Centers, reporters on the scene clearly reported MULTIPLE explosions in both buildings.

These live reports were somehow left on the “cutting floor” when the final version of 9/11 was packaged for the public.

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