- The next-to-last phone call Janet Alonso, 41, made on the morning of September 11th was typical: its genesis was maternal anxiety, and its focal point was her one-year-old son, Robbie, born with Down syndrome. She was checking in with her mother-in-law, Margaret, who handled the babysitting during the three days each week that Janet spent working as an analyst for Marsh & McLennan on the 97th floor of the World Trade Center’s North Tower, and was also making sure Robbie's misplaced foot bra...
Staring ahead with dark eyes and its mouth open wide, a haunting face lets out a silent scream – from a piece of debris from the Twin Tower attacks. Meet the Angel of 9/11, entombed within a twisted, corroded steel girder taken from the exact spotwhere the first airliner struck the North Tower at 8.46am […]
GRAPHIC: Zero evidence of anything soaked in jet fuel-look at how clean the one guy's shirt is where it has become untucked from his pants after death. No jetfuel or water on, around, or puddled under them. Victim whose outerflesh melted off was hit chest level by flash/burst of explosive close in front of him. No parts of an airplane that supposedly ripped thru these victims. Clear evidence of flash explosive with no ensuing fire or these peoples' clothes would not be intact - or clean.