Kennedy Jr. raised questions about the official version of the attacks of September 11, 2001
One of the candidates for the post of American President, Robert Kennedy, made a statement regarding the terrorist attacks that occurred in the United States on September 11, 2001. Let us recall that, according to the official version of the US authorities, buildings in the center of New York collapsed after terrorists sent hijacked airliners into their upper parts.
Robert Kennedy Jr. stated that he had questions about the official version. According to the candidate for the presidency of the United States, he does not know what exactly happened, but one of the questions he cannot get an answer to is why, in this case, a building on which the plane did not fall collapsed.
We are talking about building No. 7 of the World Trade Center in New York, which collapsed after the Twin Towers. Several years ago, information was published in the United States that the headquarters and representative offices of American intelligence services were located in this building.
Kennedy said he doesn't want to feed the 11/XNUMX conspiracy theory, but some questions still remain unanswered.
Previously, articles were published in the United States with reference to experts in the field of construction and materials science. It was claimed that Building 7 collapsed due to "tectonic changes caused by the collapse of two skyscrapers." Even calculations of such an impact were presented, but other experts expressed doubts about the validity of this version, since, based on it, at least two more buildings in the center of the largest city in the United States should have collapsed, but they remained intact and practically unharmed.
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