On this week’s episode of 9/11 Free Fall, attorney Mick Harrison and AE911Truth Director of Strategy Ted Walter join host Andy Steele for an in-depth discussion of the request for correction submitted to NIST earlier this week regarding the agency’s 2008 report on the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7.
The 100-page request for correction, which is signed by ten 9/11 family members, 88 architects and structural engineers, and AE911Truth, represents the most serious challenge to date against NIST’s World Trade Center investigation.
We invite you to listen or to read the interview below.
Welcome to 9/11 Free Fall. I’m the host, Andy Steele. Today I’m joined by Ted Walter and Mick Harrison. Ted Walter is the director of strategy and development at AE911Truth. He holds a master of public policy degree from the University of California Berkeley, and prior to his current role with AE911Truth, he was the director of NYC CAN’s 2014 High Rise Safety Initiative. He was a volunteer campaign manager for AE911Truth’s Rethink 9/11 campaign way back in 2013, and he was a director of NYC CAN’s 2009 ballot initiative. He’s also the author of Beyond This Information: What Science Says About the Destruction of World Trade Center Buildings One, Two, and Seven. That’s going to be front and center, that information, in today’s discussion. Ted, welcome back to 9/11 Free Fall.
Thanks, Andy. Great to be here.
Mick Harrison is a public interest attorney. He’s a public interest attorney and he’s a graduate summa cum laude of the University of the District of Columbia School of Law, and he has a national practice focused on cases that involve whistleblower protection, government accountability, corporate fraud and false claims, and dangers to public health or the environment. He is the director of litigation for the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry, doing a lot of great work. Mick Harrison, welcome back to the show.
Thank you, Andy.
The reason that I have these two gentlemen on here today is because AE911Truth has taken another step in fighting this big lie. They have filed a request for correction with NIST, and we’re going to be talking about that.