zaterdag, oktober 13

On September 11, 2001, then USA Today foreign correspondent Jack Kelley revealed that the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation suspected that the World Trade Center towers were destroyed by explosive devices located within the bottom of each tower. Lauren Ashburn: "Joining me is Jack Kelley, now he is a foreign correspondent - war correspondent - and just came back from Israel. He has some information about these attacks. Jack, what can you tell us happened, first in New York."

Jack Kelly: "Um, apparently what appears to happen was that at the same time 2 planes hit the building, that there ... that the FBI most likely thinks that there was a car or truck packed with explosives underneath the buildings, which also exploded at the same time and brought both of them down." Lauren Ashburn: "Now that's the first time were hearing that, so 2 planes and explosives that were in the building, is that correct?" Jack Kelley: "That is the working theory at this point, that is still unconfirmed but that is what the FBI is going on at this point."