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The Coverup of the Cleanup of the Demolition of WTC Building 7

Discovering who cleaned up the WTC building’s seven demolitions will lead to those responsible because only those who knew in advance could have acted quickly.

A fleet of freshly painted trucks whisked off the ruble at 5:30 am the very next morning. The all too perfect strategic dumping site for a coverup raises settled questions.

While this post won’t prove anything, you may need to look backward for a moment to help make sense of today’s geopolitical dangerous people.

A fleet of landfill trucks arrives at the crack of dawn the following day!

Maybe nothing, but wouldn’t you like to know who ordered so many “clean up” dump trucks for Building 7. You can see a fake company name stenciled in white over a green army truck if you look close. They went to work in the morning the following day!

If someone had secrets to keep about why and how WTC “fell.” One would have pre-planned how to dispose of the evidence. Especially when everyone would naturally suspect it was a demolition job.

Who cleaned up WTC Building 7?

Bovis Lend Lease LMB, Inc., Tully Construction Co. Inc., Turner Construction Company, AMEC Construction Management, Inc., and Plaza Construction Corporation.

List of suspicions about the cleanup of WTC Building 7 debris

  • A fleet of freshly-painted clean-up trucks arrived the following day at 5:30 am, so they appeared pre-ordered.
  • All file cabinets were removed or crushed beyond recognition before the office clean-up began.
  • Ground zero was not marked off as a crime scene until much later.
  • The chain of custody of the rubble ended once trucked to a local landfill called “Fresh Kills.” It was later sold and moved to a barge for shipment to China. Interestingly, where the rumble lay was paved over for parking for a new amusement park.

Debris loses change of custody supervision.

In the first place, a line of landfill dump trucks arrived at Building 7 so early. They arrived at 5:30 in the morning after the attack in single file formation. Notably, they were US Army trucked freshly painted to look like they belonged to an unknown civilian contractor.

It makes perfect sense someone needed to get thermite contaminated debris out of the area before an investigation could occur. Of course, the guilty also needed a shame investigation further to hide the removal and presence of explosive thermite traces.

Debris: From the “Fresh Kill” landfill to China

On March 21, 2001, just five months ahead of September 11th, the nearby New York City landfill, ironically named “Fresh Kills,” opened. It was a great place to hide contaminated debris.

Months later, what remained of WTC 7 debris in the “Fresh Kills” landfill sold at below market value and shipped to untrackable China. However, the rubble and thermite story must end here.

As the “Fresh Kill” landfill was paved over and turned into an amusement park. Just like the mafia would clean up many murder messes.

I was looking back. How can the destruction of WTC Building 7 be anything but a demolition?

I think we all know what a controlled demolition looks like by now! Close your eyes for 30 seconds, open them to watch the video, and afterward, close your eyes again and judge again if you just watched a demolition.

Assurances that the demolition of WTC 7 never happened is world-class gaslighting! Which is only topped by these same sick people running a false, worldwide DNA gene replacement therapy for over two years!

The multi-trillion-dollar bailout of financial institutions in 2008

I’m stretching a bit here, but how ironic that the financial district’s banks, brokerages, and insurance companies received a bailout with trillions of our money in 2008! All of this toward the end of Bush Jr.’s administration.

And, as in all financial fraud schemes, they quickly needed payment. Or the entire US economy would fall. The amount was in the trillions, and the American people got nothing!

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