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Larry Silverstein Sues for $12.3 Billion in 9/11 ‘Damages’

NY Times | Larry A. Silverstein, who has won nearly $4.6 billion in insurance payments to cover his losses and help him rebuild at the World Trade Center site, is seeking $12.3 billion in damages from airlines and airport security companies for the 9/11 attack. CAN YOU BELIEVE THE NERVE !


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This is an oportunity for all truthers to

get involved with this lawsuit by coming to the aid of the defendants and helping their lawyers. In so doing, much questioning can be brought forth to simulate an 'independent investigation'; e.g. What evidence do you have that indicates our planes were the ones that allegedly hit your buildings? What evidence do you have that any of the alleged hijackers was on our passenger listing? What evidence do you have that indicates any of our alleged passengers died that day? Can you support that claim with Social Security data? Another idea would be to reverse the direction of the accusations by pointing them at the plaintiff, LS., e.g. Get all information related to security issues: power downs, computer upgrade installations and by whom, the head of security, eyewitnesses, complete list of all building contractors, expert witnesses (a/t engineers, physicists, seismologists, etc.) and build the case that questionable building security allowed 'possibilities' other than the planes, to demolish WTC1&2. Also, studying the previous lawsuit may prove invaluable in getting to the heart of the matter.

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The plain and simple fact about larry

He bought a building for a decent price and months prior to 911 he was ordered by the NYC port authority to bring the building up to health codes which required removing all of the asbestos floor tiles and all of the asbestos ceiling panels and all of the asbestos fire proofing around the core columns.This contract would have cost Larry Millions to do it.

You can google this to know I'm telling the truth.

What's the easiest way to save yourself a lot of money in updating to comply with the building code's and make a fortune at the same time?

You have the buildings blown up and make it such a huge spectacle that noone could ever believe that it was done intentionally.

Larry bought the buildings from Rockefeller by the way so I'm sure you know that that evil little troll was happy to pave the way.

Oh by the way do you realize that asbestos does not burn ? this sort of adds to the whole Jet fuel weakening the steel hyposesis given to us by Nist and Fema.

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Larry is a joke

,,,,,,,,when do you get mad as hell

Who was .........

........ the fire department commander that Larry Silverstein talks about when he said they decided to pull building 7?

Surely, this man can be easily tracked down.

If however, this man does not exist, then Larry Silverstein is lying and is complicit in the 9/11 attacks.


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We've got better dirt

He has changed his story in this video from what he earlier stated. Read the thread on this video...


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Thanks Gilgamesh73 .............

.......... So, Larry Silverstein REFUSED to answer the question as to WHO the fire department commander was who told him they were going to pull building 7.

The man is complicit in the 9/11 attacks and should be hung along with the rest of the culprits.

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String 'em up!

"Walls are stronger than the men that defend them."


"Walls are stronger than the men that defend them."

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I once saw him at the second

I once saw him at the second anniversary of 9/11. I volunteered to help out with the event. Wanted to approach him but obviously that wouldn't have materialized in much. Anyway, while I think he is a douche bag just like everyone else, I actually think this is quite the nifty lawsuit and is inline with what we wish to advocate. I mean think about it. He is the owner of something and that something was damaged by a product of another business who owns something. As Paul argues, if the airlines were responsible for security maybe the event wouldn't have happened. I kinda like the lawsuit. I mean he doesn't need the money but I agree with the idea beyond the lawsuit...not the greed, but what is implicit in the lawsuit. The airlines should be responsible for their product. Their product damaged his product. Ergo, he should sue them. I mean it makes sense to me. As far as him as a human being, that's a different matter. Yeah, he is a prick.

As for the comments below about WTC7, that's one dimensional. A conspirator would be smart enough not to openly attempt his conspiring. Silverstein said "pull it." Yeah, he did. Did that mean torch the building? Sounds like it. Is that what he meant and was thinking? That is a different story. If it did mean destroy the building, the reasoning beyond that is also a different story. The building could have been so badly damaged. That does seem like an odd rational decision and I know it takes weeks to plan a demolition too. I am just saying no one knows absolutely what he meant by that statement. In addition, he would have to be a complete fucking moron to openly admit such a heinous act. If it was part of a conspiracy and he just happened to admit such fact while knowing about such fact, he would be the dumbest conspirator in the history of conspiracies. I mean if he was part of a conspiracy why agree to such an interview in the first place. To disprove any notion of conspiracy by doing such things. If that was the case and he was trying to play the game, you'd think he would have been better prepared. I mean maybe it is true and what he said was a slip of the tongue. Maybe, but if so he is the dumbest, worst conspirator.

This would continue the coverup by the government

in that, if he wins then it was the "fault" of the airlines not being secure enough - - - NOT the fault of a plan launched by the government to scare the crap out of the public.

Agreed , And one other thought

When the fraud gets substantiated further by this. And the airlines go bankrupt. The american taxpayer through the government bailout of said industry will pay the tab as the presedents have now been set up. Timing is everything !

Civil air defense,

Do you think our nations civil air defense would become a party to any motion / claims?

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His kind is never content - they have more wealth than they

will ever use or need - but their inborn greed drives them to shit on the rest of the world - over & over again. One day his health will fail & all his money will mean squat! His day is coming soon as he is the recipient of much negative energy -

Imagine if Monsters such as he, changed their ways & provided for the have nots of the world - Deserts would become gardens - Medicine & Health for those that need it - Clean air - water - housing etc etc

"You Cannot Stop An Idea Whose Time Has Come"

Obstruct this Man at Every Turn

He is the definition of evil. If we can't beat him, we are no good.

"Walls are stronger than the men that defend them."


"Walls are stronger than the men that defend them."

Ghengis Khan

the guy is a stinking piece of slime

he deserves nothing more then what he already stole. he can go back to isreal.

I've Always Believed That He Had Prior Knowledge Of The Event

I've always believed that he had prior, inside knowledge of the event.

Note that he had just purchased the building a short time before.


look around on UTube for the interview where he was telling the interviewer that he made a decision to ~pull~ WC7 later that day... then it fell down.

I'm going to assume he had prior knowledge, since he gave the order to demo it in that interview.

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and how about the video clip that announces the WTC7 having fallen down before its actual demise..

This whole 9/11 must be the biggest jigsaw puzzle ever

Come On Now People.......

the man deserves compensation for his losses. After all he lost so much that terrible day, leave the poor man alone. Don't you have any compassion for his suffering? He's been in utter agony for 7 long years, and I really have to applaud his stamina for holding on like this , he deserves at least a medal of honor or something. Gosh 7 years is a really,really long time to be tortured like he has been and I can't believe he hasn't committed suicide or something.Maybe a VP position with either party would help ease the horrible suffering this man has weathered,he deserves it. I nominate Larry Silverstein for Vice President of the good old USA. hooray!!!!!!!!! Larry Larry Larry Larry.......................


Anyone that sticks up for the slimest villain of our time, clearly guilty of treason and mass murder, has some nasty ulterior motives afoot...

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Maybe the airline/other may like to demand a proper investigation first,-before meeting any new claims?

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Good luck out there &Thank you. You're a gift.

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Good luck out there &Thank you. You're a gift.

LOOOL!!!! PERFECT response.

LOOOL!!!! PERFECT response.


Just might bring this fraud down,

So simple,

Yet so true...

What you believe to be true, is true to you... "until you change your mind"

Katrina victims may have to pay back aid

For the legitimate Katrina victims, such collection activities may be all that is needed to eliminate home ownership permanently. Back into the FEMA trailers-


Katrina victims may have to pay back aid

NEW ORLEANS ­ Imagine that your home was reduced to mold-covered wood framing by Hurricane Katrina.

Desperate for money to rebuild, you engage in a frustrating bureaucratic process, and after months of living in a government provided-trailer that gives off formaldehyde fumes you finally win a federal grant.

Then a collector announces that you have to pay back thousands of dollars.

Thousands of Katrina victims may be in the same boat.

A private contractor under investigation for the compensation it received to run the Road Home grant program for Katrina victims says that in the rush to deliver aid to homeowners in need, some people got too much.

Now it wants to hire a separate company to collect millions in grant overpayments.

The contractor, ICF International of Fairfax, Va., revealed the extent of the overpayments when it issued a March 11 request for bids from companies willing to handle "approximately 1,000 to 5,000 cases that will necessitate collection effort."

The bid invitation said: "The average amount to be collected is estimated to be approximately $35,000, but in some cases may be as high as $100,000 to $150,000."

The biggest grant amount allowed by the Road Home program is $150,000, so ICF believes it paid some recipients the maximum when they should not have received a penny.

If ICF's highest estimate of 5,000 collection cases ­ overpaid by an average of $35,000 ­ proves to be true, that means applicants will have to pay back a total of $175 million.

His is a POS

I think he already got more than what he payed for the complex.