Plasco Building

AE911Truth report: molten metal under Iran high-rise supports controlled demolition hypothesis

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By Craig McKee

The similarities to what happened at the World Trade Center on 9/11 are undeniable.

At about 11:20 a.m. local time on Jan. 19, 2017, the 15-story Plasco Building in Tehran, Iran (17 stories if you include two floors underground), fell into a pile of rubble after being on fire for about three hours. Twenty-six died, including 16 firefighters, while 500 businesses lost much or all of their property and 3,000 employees were directly affected. (As is pointed out by an alert reader in the comments below, the date, Jan. 19, is the reverse of 911. I think it is very unlikely that this is a coincidence.)

There were reports of explosions in the building after firefighters believed they had extinguished the fire. These explosions can be clearly seen in videos. The (more…)