Remember Building 7′s tenth anniversary campaign posters feature two 9/11 family members, a 9/11 first responder, a structural engineer and a US Air Force pilot.
Guests include: Bob McIlvaine, lost son in 9/11 attacks, New York, NY., Tony Szamboti, mechanical engineer, Blackwood, NJ., Mike Bondi, systems engineer, Stratford, ON., Laurie Manwell, Ph.D. candidate, author: In Denial of Democracy, Kitchener, ...
Bob McIlvaine has been one of the most outspoken 9/11 family members with regards to seeking truth, accountability, and justice for what happened that day. He is one of the family members that attended every 9/11 Commission hearing and has attended numerous 9/11 truth conferences around the world. He has appeared in several TV, radio and newspaper interviews, as well as the documentary 9/11 Press For Truth. Listen to this in-depth interview with Bob by John Bursill for Visibility 9/11.
Last week Rosie O’Donnell hosted 9/11 family member Bob McIlvaine and engineer Tony Szamboti on her Sirius XM radio show to discuss the buildingwhat.org campaign. A full description of the discussion can be found here and the show can be heard here.
A description of the show from Rosie O’Donnell’s blog:
Rosie then introduced two callers – Bob McIlvaine and Tony Szamboti – who are supporters of Buildingwhat.org. Rosie read the purpose of “Building What” and how it’s an effort led by 9/11 family members to reopen the investigation of what happened to Building 7 on September 11th, 2001. She read from the website and said Building 7 fell at free fall speed with no resistance from the support structures as if the support structures had been removed. Rosie read the facts about Building 7 from their website and Pete read the list of the companies that were housed in the building. Rosie said Building What isn’t pointing the finger at any one organization or person for the collapse of the building, they’re just saying it defies the laws of physics and too many things have been swept under the table.
A new television ad campaign featuring the family members of 9/11 victims has succeeded in garnering what 9/11 activists have lacked for years: serious treatment in the mainstream media. Granted, that media was Fox News host Geraldo Rivera, who in a former iteration ran a Jerry Springer-like daytime talk show. Still, at the end of his serious-yet-brief treatment of questions surrounding the collapse of World Trade Center 7 (WTC 7, pictured), Rivera admitted that the activists had made him “much more open minded” about questions surrounding 9/11. And all it took was the proper message.
The questions surrounding the destruction of World Trade Center 7 got a prime time airing tonight on FOX News. Host Geraldo Rivera talked to 9/11 family member Bob McIlvaine and engineer Tony Szamboti about the apparent controlled demolition of WTC 7 and the recent "Building What?" ad campaign in NYC. Rivera, who told a rowdy crowd of 9/11 activists to "get a life" two years ago, seemed very supportive of the call for ...
A 30 second television spot featuring 9/11 family members and promoting awareness of the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7 has begun airing in New York City. The ad is sponsored by buildingwhat.org and highlights the fact that over 1,200 architects and engineers have called for an independent investigation into the events of 9/11. World Trade Center 7 was the third skyscraper to be completely destroyed on September 11, 2001 - ...