Is it true?
Was the twin tower tragedy really an action of the al-qaeeda or was it the us government hoaxing a story with three old jet planes in need of demolition?
The planes were not enough to destroy buildings like that. They fell at free fall speed, which means there were explosives. There was also a third tower that fell without a plane crashing into it. There were debris from the other two towers that hit it, but that wasn't enough to knock it down at free fall speed. There were traces of thermite, an explosive chemical at ground zero. Who put the thermite there? It could be al queeda. Could be the US government. Could be someone else. We just don't know.
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