Frank Silecchia has many questions regarding the attacks
Wednesday, Nov 11, 2009
New video from We are Change New York features an interview with first responder Frank Silecchia, who discovered the famous steel cross recovered from Ground Zero. Silecchia reveals that he has questions over the attacks and pledges support for the 9/11 truth movement.
Silecchia worked at Ground Zero for ten months and on the third day he discovered the broken steam beam in the shape of a cross that still stands in the vicinity of the World Trade Center today.
Silecchia found the twenty foot cross amongst the debris of 6 World Trade Center and it quickly became an icon for the first responders who left messages on it and prayed before it.
Many of the families of the victims of 9/11 asked for the cross to be preserved as part of the permanent memorial.
When asked by We are Change members if he had any remarks on the eighth anniversary of 9/11, Silecchia responded “See the shirt you’re wearing? I believe it” referring to an “Investigate 9/11” t-shirt.
“See the shirt he wears, the shirt he wears,” Silecchia said pointing to two other members of we are change with the same shirts, “I believe it because it is true. They cannot prove otherwise”
“There’s no reason why they can’t explain why there’s so many flashes along side the building” Silecchia said, referring to sounds of explosives in the towers that were also witnessed by firefighters on 9/11.
“7 took to long to come down.” Silecchia added.
“That was full of technology that couldn’t be seen by human eyes so it had to be destroyed. They took it down.”
“They think we are idiots. We the People, by the People, put them into office and they think we’re morons.” Silecchia said.
“As long as the old man is alive, Bush, you’re not going catch Bin Laden. Because that’s the deal they have got.” he added, referring to the fact that before 9/11 George H.W. Bush and Osama Bin Laden were business partners with the Carlyle Group.
“9/11 needs a tombstone,”Silecchia says of his efforts to preserve the WTC Cross. “It’s a sign of healing, it’s not a sign of religion, it’s a sign of faith. Faith is love and hope.”
Watch the interview:
This article was posted: Wednesday, November 11, 2009 at 11:05 am