UK Man Wins Court Case Against BBC For 9-11 WTC 7 Cover Up

Before It’s New – by Mort Amsel

Tony Rooke refused to pay a TV license fee because the BBC intentionally misrepresented facts about the 9/11 attacks, he alleged. It is widely known that the BBC reported the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 over 20 minutes before it occurred. WTC 7 was a 47-story skyscraper that was not hit by a plane on 9/11 but collapsed at free-fall speed later that day.   

So Rooke said the BBC had to have had prior knowledge to a terror attack making them complicit in the attack. He presented the BBC footage to the judge along with a slew of other evidence, and the judge agreed that Rooke had a reasonable case to protest. Rooke was found not guilty and he was not fined for failure to pay the licensing fee.

For all intents and purposes a UK court has just ruled that the BBC was complicit in the September 11th, 2001 attacks in the United States.  Fantastic.  A small victory but a huge symbolic victory and one you would have never otherwise have heard of.  So I suggest to you the reader to get the word out on this one.  Spread it far and wide.  This is big if only symbolic. -Mort

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One thought on “UK Man Wins Court Case Against BBC For 9-11 WTC 7 Cover Up

  1. Quite a good result, I always shudder when I see that building as I was offered a transfer to there to run their support department in 1988 as I was working at Salomon Bros in London and one of the New Yorkers was so impressed he wanted me to move over there but I declined and found out that if you say no, you pay because I was made redundant a couple months after declining lol.

    I think however the government is taking a “make no martyrs” view rather than a magistrate who has no legal training being accepting of the evidence especially as that magistrate is known to hand children over to social services with virtually no evidence against parents, if you google UK forced adoption and see some of the horror stories out there, you will know why I am sceptical but this is a win and should be viewed as such too 🙂

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