Monday, January 3, 2011

Anyone know if this actually happened?

I was literally digging around the AE911T website for some new content to comment on when I came across this gem the "press releases" section. Two questions: (1) Did this actually happen? I can find no news about it and (2) Did anyone catch it with a cell phone or anything?

Was there a third light beam on Sept. 11, 2010?

Hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers thought they saw a third light beam emanating from Ground Zero on Sept. 11, 2010. Two light beams have shown skyward on the 9/11 anniversary for several previous years, memorializing the lives lost in the Twin Towers. But this year, thousands were astounded to see a third beam. Many called their local media, asking about it. They generally were told it stood for the third building that collapsed, Building 7.

A news release was issued to the New York City metro area by "Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth" through PRNewswire on Sept. 11, 2010. The explanation stated the third beam was to shine light "on the fact that the official story of what happened at Ground Zero simply cannot be true and that a new, truly independent investigation is needed. This new investigation is needed both as a matter of national security and as the key to real justice for the victims of the Twin Towers" (

PRNewswire reported later this news release received the second highest number of viewers on their website that day. Yet mainstream media said not a word about this the next day. If the media didn't report it, does that mean it didn't happen?

Dwain Deets

And just as an aside, we all recognize Dwain Deets (whose corpus of work has been roundly refuted on great sites like Boloboffin's), but searching around for him on Google has revealed no evidence that anyone actually saw this publicity stunt! It took place way back in October so perhaps it has been forever buried in the ethereal mountain of Internet data, but if it was half as shitty a display as its dearth of documentation suggests, it has to be worth seeing...

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