A new short Building 7 video showing very clear explosions appeared on the Web recently and is going viral, so we have decided to warn you about it.
After asking many people who really know about Building 7′s collapse what they were thinking about this new video, all of them agreed: it’s a fake, and a very well-done fake. Some of these people are scientists, architects and engineers and some are people who know about video editing and the techniques used to create fake videos.
We think this video was released with the intention to hurt the 9/11 truth movement’s credibility and this is why we are publishing this article. Do not spread it around. We have more evidence than we need to call for a real investigation. We don’t need this video in our files.
New Fake Building 7 Video
Why Is This Video a Fake?
Let’s ask ourselves important questions. First, why would such video come out after 10 years? If it was by someone with good intentions, why is it so short and contains a lot of editing for only 48 seconds in total. A real credible source would have released more than a few seconds of video (a few minutes at least, to prove it’s real), and it would not have been edited. Especially for a video showing clear explosions.
The source of the video is unknown and we have no way to confirm where it comes from. We can only analyze the images and they speak for themselves.
These are some important points that convinced us this video is a fake:
Small file size
No original available, no source to corroborate it
Blurry / Fuzzy / Jerky
The poster took other Building 7 footage, edited and mirror inverted it. Watch a side-by-side comparison with the original footage, re-inverted back to the normal view.
The audio explosion seems to be dubbed in, and the overall audio is of very poor quality.
We hear “explosions” from far away but the crowd surrounding the camera would have provided better audio. Now the crowd actually sounds worse than the explosions and it should be the other way around.
In conclusion, this Building 7 video is clearly a fake and spreading it as mentioned in the video is a bad idea.