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Foia Release Of 3,160 Electronic Records Of The Wtc Collapse Investigation

lurker
post May 10 2010, 08:20 PM
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hello,

as you may already have learned there is a bunch of eventually new photos/videos available, released by NIST, obtained via FOIA.

http://911blogger-bans-truth.com/sites/default/files/...igation.torrent

you need a torrent client for download from the above address ...

it is said that the download should contain 3160 files.

to my astonishment after the download finished (be aware that it is of a whopping 26,1 GB (27.997.942.713 Bytes) size) I counted only 2.337 files.

I would like to ask you whether you can confirm either number of files!?

the download also includes a file where you can read NIST's answer to the the FOIA. they say that the disc holds 8.910 files (including the files for ANSYS analysis of the wtc-7 collapse).

so there is a discrepancy in numbers too.

also NIST states that it witholds another 3.370 files (including some input and ALL results files of ANSYS analysis), because "The NIST Director determined that the release of these data might jeopardize public safety" (see file <00-wtc-nist-wtc-7-denial.pdf> for full text).
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post May 20 2010, 06:33 PM
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QUOTE (lurker @ May 11 2010, 09:50 AM) *
hello,

as you may already have learned there is a bunch of eventually new photos/videos available, released by NIST, obtained via FOIA.

http://911blogger-bans-truth.com/sites/default/files/...igation.torrent

you need a torrent client for download from the above address ...

it is said that the download should contain 3160 files.

to my astonishment after the download finished (be aware that it is of a whopping 26,1 GB (27.997.942.713 Bytes) size) I counted only 2.337 files.

I would like to ask you whether you can confirm either number of files!?

the download also includes a file where you can read NIST's answer to the the FOIA. they say that the disc holds 8.910 files (including the files for ANSYS analysis of the wtc-7 collapse).

so there is a discrepancy in numbers too.

also NIST states that it witholds another 3.370 files (including some input and ALL results files of ANSYS analysis), because "The NIST Director determined that the release of these data might jeopardize public safety" (see file <00-wtc-nist-wtc-7-denial.pdf> for full text).


What a load of horse bollocks they cant release some of the data pictures and whatever else
they might have because it might jeopradize public safety, now when I first heard of their
lame excuse I thought to myself "that doesnt make any sense" what is in that data that
could possibly jeopradise public safety?

There excuse just doesnt simply add up and make any plausible sense I think
they are trying to hide something here, who knows maybe those photo's show
shots of molten steel in the rubble of wtc 7 or somewhere else amongst the
rubble at ground zero who knows I am just speculating.

I would really like to ring up NIST via skype or some phone that you can record
like a sound file with and make an inquiry regardings the data released and
then ask them straight out over the phone how releasing the rest of the data
could possible jeopradise public safety and hopefully when I pose that question
all I would get is a long silence and hopefully they would hang up the phone
or get nerveous and say something that doesnt make any real sense at all.

Cheers thecritta

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post Oct 8 2010, 05:07 AM
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QUOTE (Paul @ May 20 2010, 06:33 PM) *
What a load of horse bollocks they cant release some of the data pictures and whatever else
they might have because it might jeopradize public safety, now when I first heard of their
lame excuse I thought to myself "that doesnt make any sense" what is in that data that
could possibly jeopradise public safety?

There excuse just doesnt simply add up and make any plausible sense I think
they are trying to hide something here, who knows maybe those photo's show
shots of molten steel in the rubble of wtc 7 or somewhere else amongst the
rubble at ground zero who knows I am just speculating.

I would really like to ring up NIST via skype or some phone that you can record
like a sound file with and make an inquiry regardings the data released and
then ask them straight out over the phone how releasing the rest of the data
could possible jeopradise public safety and hopefully when I pose that question
all I would get is a long silence and hopefully they would hang up the phone
or get nerveous and say something that doesnt make any real sense at all.

Cheers thecritta


Now its 2,276 and falling! 58 folders. With heavy cropping.
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post Nov 17 2010, 10:57 AM
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The torrent linked by the OP contains mainly photographs.

AE4911T released at start of November the first (of 30 (!) planned) torrents containing the results of their latest FOIA successes.

This torrent (86Gb of new video) is at :
http://911datasets.org/images/Internationa...atabase.torrent

More details on their site here :
http://911blogger-bans-truth.com/news/2010-10-02/inte...tabase-released
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