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Cameraman Claims To Have Video Proof Of U.S. Involvement In 9/11

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Kurt Sonnenfeld, a cameraman was given unique access to Ground Zero as he was working under the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), which is a part of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

The 39-year-old claims to have a video evidence that the George W Bush administration were responsible for the September 11 attacks.

Sonnenfeld was given unrestricted access to the wreckage of the buildings after the towers collapsed and was asked to record everything he saw.

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Mr. Sonnenfeld didn’t hand back the footage though, he claimed to have discovered the shocking evidence proving that the U.S. government had prior knowledge of the attack.

Apparently, beneath the World Trade Center 6 he came across an empty vault that was cleared completely of its contents before the planes struck, this is a major proof indicating that they’d been tipped off, according to Sonnenfeld.

However, Sonnenfeld’s life began to fall apart after he was arrested for the death of his wife when she was found with a bullet in her head.

Despite the charges later being dropped Sonnenfeld fled the country – fearing he’d be arrested to silence him – to Argentina where he now lives in exile.

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In a documentary made in Argentina Sonnenfeld said:

One thing I’m certain of is that agencies of intelligence of the United States of America knew what was going to happen and at least let it happen.

Not only did they know it was going to happen, but they in fact collaborated.

The ex-FEMA agent believes that the collapse of Tower Seven is further proof, since it wasn’t even hit by a plane, which only proves the U.S. involvement.

It’s important to remember that Sonnenfeld’s claims have been made before by other people and are widely disputed by a number of experts so maybe the conspiracy hasn’t been solved yet.

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