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Family Of Brit Killed In 9/11 'Have Evidence Towers Were Blown Up From Inside'

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Family Of Brit Killed In 9/11 'Have Evidence Towers Were Blown Up From Inside'

The family of a British man who was killed in the 9/11 terror attacks claim that they have evidence that the World Trade Center towers were actually blown up from inside. They're now asking for a new inquest to be carried out.

Relatives of Geoff Campbell say the two aeroplanes that crashed into the Twin Towers were not what caused the skyscrapers to collapse.

Geoff Campbell. Credit: Kent News and Pictures
Geoff Campbell. Credit: Kent News and Pictures

With the support of a scientific team, his family say the buildings were laced with explosives which brought them down, with a 3,000-page dossier being handed to the UK government's top legal advisor, acting Attorney General Michael Ellis.

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The dossier reportedly states that no 'significant evidence' was heard at the 2013 inquest of Mr Campbell and nine other Brits who were victims of the terror attack, which took place in London.

Mr Campbell's older brother Matt told The Daily Mail: "I believe there has been a cover-up. We have scientifically and forensically backed evidence that the official narrative surrounding the Twin Towers collapse on 9/11 is wrong."

A memorial has been built in place of the towers. Credit: PA
A memorial has been built in place of the towers. Credit: PA

According to the research, recordings picked up ground movement 12 miles from the North Tower, 15 seconds earlier than 8.46am, when a hijacked American Airlines jet struck the building.

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Matt went on: "I believe that my brother and thousands of others were murdered on 9/11 and there has been a cover-up.

"We are still overcoming this tragedy, but we will never stop seeking the truth."

Tragically, Mr Campbell's family clung onto hope that he was still alive after the attacks but a year later, fragments of a shoulder blade bearing his DNA were found among rubble.

Credit: PA
Credit: PA
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Nearly 20 years ago, on 11 September 2001, militants associated with the extremist group al-Qaeda hijacked four aeroplanes and carried out suicide attacks against targets in the United States.

Two of the planes were flown into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, while a third hit the Pentagon just outside Washington DC, and the fourth aircraft crashed in a field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

Almost 3,000 people were killed during the 9/11 terrorist attacks which triggered US initiatives to combat terrorism.

The leader of al-Qaeda at the time of the attacks was Osama bin Laden who was killed by American soldiers on 1 May 2011 at his compound near Islamabad, Pakistan.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: 9/11, World News, News

Rebecca Shepherd
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