McConnell alleges that Serco – fined in U.K. for fraudulently tagging Crossed Keys prisoners – brought Aggreko sabotage teams to New York to supply temporary power to the WTC buildings slated for demolition under cover of une démonstration d'effets spéciaux pendant Québec New York 2001 avec nanotechnologies organisée avec l'Université Columbia.
McConnell notes that while Serco Aggreko Power teams demolished the World Trade Center with effets spéciaux – special effects – for the first live-broadcast mass snuff film in history, airport managers from around the world at a bogus aviation conference, had to watch the attempt to overthrow the government of the United States from their Crossed Keys Hotels in Montreal.
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“CEO Interview | Raul Regalado
with MARGARET REYNOLDS in May 2013
Raul Regalado & Associates
Interview with Raul Regalado, Principal Consultant, Raul Regalado & Associates Raul, why did you choose to get involved in the airport business?
As a youngster I was always interested in airplanes and used to build airplane models. During Vietnam, I chose to enlist in Aviation Army flight school. I learned to fly helicopters and completed 2 tours in Vietnam. After 5 years of active duty I was searching for what was next and just happened to go see Burt Lancaster in Airport and I realized I wanted to be an airport manager. So I got a degree in Aviation Management. Since then, I have worked at a number of airports and gotten involved in the parking business as well as consulting. In the spring of 2001, I came to Nashville as head of their airport authority. I am still a pilot and the proud owner of a 1962 Comanche 250.
So you came to Nashville six months before 9/11?
Yes. On 9/11/01 I was in Montreal Canada, along with many of my executive staff attending an aviation conference. Airport management from all over the world were there as well. We have never discovered if that was a significant coincidence or part of the plan to hit when airports didn’t have leadership on site [Dead on – SACK Power]. We immediately set up an Ops center in the Montreal airport. We had a CNN feed, the internet and phone lines. Soon after we were able to set up a mini ops center in the hotel. There was a short window of civilian open air space a few days later and the Airport Authority chartered a private jet to bring us home. Partly as a result of getting home faster than many of the others, Nashville was one of first airports to reopen. We also had excellent staff able to move quickly and establish the procedures. But because other airports weren’t open yet it didn’t help a great deal.”
“30-05-2001 | 17h34 Les entreprises technologiques québécoises auront une occasion de se faire valoir à quelques pas de la Silicon Alley cet automne à l'occasion de l'événement «Québec New York 2001», qui durera environ un moos.
Organisé sous la supervision du Bureau des saisons du Québec, Québec New York 2001 sera composé à la fois d'un volet culturel et d'un volet affaires. Il s'agit du deuxième événement du genre organisé par le gouvernement québécois. Le premier, le Printemps du Québec à Paris, a été tenu en 1999 et ne comportait qu'un volet cultural.
Si la programmation du volet culturel est déjà ficelée et déterminée, de grandes parties de celle du volet affaires restent... à faire. C'est que contrairement au premier volet, le Bureau des saisons du Québec n'organise pas directement la plupart des activités du volet affaires, mais fait plutôt confiance à des «têtes de réseaux», nous a expliqué Marie-Pierre Dolbec, responsable des relations institutionnelles de l'événement. Qui plus est, le peu d'informations disponibles sur certains de ces événements n'a toujours pas été approuvé par le ministère de l'Industrie et du Commerce, de sorte qu'elle ne peut être dévoilée, selon ce que nous a révélé une autre relationniste chargée du dossier.
On sait néanmoins que la programmation actuelle prévoit une exposition de produits (technos ou non), une démonstration des capacités des firmes d'effets spéciaux en cinéma québécoises par le collectif Quebec AnimFX (dont la version française du site n'est pas disponible...), une exposition scientifique et technologique baptisée Quebec Wise et une conférence sur les nanotechnologies organisée en collaboration avec l'Université Columbia [Obama incendiary bombs?]. Un événement sur le capital de risques dans le milieu des hautes technologies sera également tenu durant une journée au Nasdaq. On y vantera notamment les avantages fiscaux liés à l'investissement en capital de risque au Québec, en plus de favoriser la création de liens entre Québécois et New-Yorkais. Réseau Capital est impliqué dans son organisation.
My Virtual Model, anciennement Public Technologies Multimedia, aura également l'occasion de démontrer les capacités de son mannequin virtuel à l'occasion d'une journée mode.
La liste des entreprises sélectionnées pour participer à ces événements n'est pas disponible, mais on sait néanmoins qu'elle n'est pas complétée.
Tous ces événements, ainsi que plusieurs autres de nature culturelle ou touristique, se tiendront dans le district financier de Manhattan, à quelques pas d'institutions comme le World Trade Center ou la Silicon Alley, réplique new-yorkaise à la Silicon Valley californienne. L'endroit sera fortement décoré et agrémenté de plusieurs oeuvres multimédias, selon les organisateurs. Ceux-ci ont également l'intention d'ouvrir leur site Web aux créateurs québécois afin qu'il puisse être utilisé comme galerie.”
“Second Circuit on Consolidated Edison's 9/11 Tort Claims
24 January 2014 at 5:01 PM ETedited by Elizabeth Hand
JURIST Guest Columnist Alexis Campos, Stetson University College of Law Class of 2015, delves into the issues of duty, causation and proximate cause in regards to the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Centers and how this liability case was approached...
Before the close of 2013, the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit decided that Consolidated Edison and its insurer would be unsuccessful in their claim against 7 World Trade Company, L.P. (7WTCo.) and others for the negligent design, construction, operation and maintenance of building 7 of the World Trade Center complex. This case, as the parties' names might indicate, addressed a series of tort claims — though not the only claims — that stem from the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.
Consolidated Edison owned a substation at the base of building 7. This substation was responsible for the flow of energy to the various buildings and was ultimately destroyed upon the building's collapse. Although building 7 was not directly struck during the attacks, debris from the other buildings during their direct attacks and subsequent collapses caused building 7 to catch fire on various, nonconsecutive floors. For assorted reasons including, but not limited to, lack of available water with which to fight a fire and the New York Fire Department's belief that the building was properly evacuated, building 7 was designated as a collapse zone and was left to its own devices.”
“Transfer Truss Failure - TTF
by SanderO » Thu May 31, 2012 4:52 pm
One aspect of the building 7 discussion which struck me as odd is the absence of discussion of the structure of the tower from floor 8 to the foundations.
We've seen the typical floor plans and the discussions about the NIST col 79 failure... but for some reason aside from a few FEMA cartoons of the structure of flrs 6&7 showing the transfer trusses and cantilever girders there is a paucity of information about the building below floor 8.
There are some very unusual aspects to building 7 and 9/11.
1. It has no basement and is built over top of and existing Con Ed sub station which receives power from the Motthaven station in the Bronx and steps down the power to 13.8kv feeds to various buildings in the neighborhood including building 7 (4) and the WTC complex, Verizon, the WFC and so forth.
2. Building over the 3 story tall massive transformers did not permit all the columns of the tower built over it to be brought straight down to bed rock. Instead they were supported in some cases by 2 story tall massive transfer trusses and a series of 8 massive cantilever girders which supported the perimeter columns opposite the core on the north side. The transfer trusses and the cantilever girders were on the 6th and 7th floors.
3. The electrical power equipment for B7 switchgear and step down transformers were located on floors 4&5. This sort of equipment is often located in the basements of high rise towers and feeds additional step down transformers location on various floors providing *line* voltage to power office equipment and lighting.
4. After the tower was completed the Mayor lobbied for and got floor 23 for his office of emergency management OEM. The OEM had it's own emergency power which was from a diesel fueled generator. This generator was located on floors 6 or 7 where the building's HVAC machinery was located. Several other companies had back up generators located on these floors.
5. The diesel for the OEM was stored in massive tanks (20,000 gal) located below the loading dock for the building. The main 20,000 gal tanks supplied a 275 gal day tank located adjacent to the generators. There apparently was a system which would pump the fuel up from the main tank to the day tanks when the level or pressure in the day tank dropped. I don't think that the mechanics and specs of this system are available. This would be interesting to know.
6. The main elevator lobby was south of the sub station... flr 3 or 4 (I suppose)... with several freight cars running to the street level.
7. The east penthouse and column 79 (remember that one?) were connected to column 76 which was supported by transfer trusses 1.
8. The 8MG27 cantilever trusses were supported the portion of the north curtain wall which shows the inward bowing during the "descent* stage of the collapse.
9. There were two 8 story truss structures on the east and west perimeters. These apparently provided lateral stiffness to the base of the tower.
10. Con Edison reports open (shorted?) 13.8kv feeders beginning at 8:46am... the moment of the plane strike into tower 1.
11. William Rodriguez reported hearing a massive explosion and a second or so later the sound of the plane strike in tower 1's sub basement. The sub basement contained step down transformers and electrical switch gear, power supplied by the Con Ed sub station and to the 8 tower 1 sub stations located on mech floors 7-9, 42-43, 75-76 and 108-109. 12. Immediately after the plane strike to tower 1 thick black smoke is seen coming from floors 108-109. Was this a transformer explosion/fire?
13. NYC employees Jennings and Hess reported to the OEM when they heard of a plane hitting Tower 1. They arrived apparently before tower 2 was struck or shortly thereafter only to find that the OEM was abandoned. Apparently the elevators were working and they used them to ascend to flr 23 OEM.
14. Apparently upon calling someone in the city they learned of the 2nd plane strike and that it was believed to be part of a terrorist attack. They were told to leave the OEM and Bldg7... but discovered that now there was no elevator service. They took the stairs.
15. Jennings and Hess report that when they reached floor 7 (in the region of TT#1 and MG53) or so there was a massive explosion below them which destroyed the stairs (located within the core) and they barely managed to climb back up to the 8th floor. This apparently was before tower 1 had collapsed.
16. They could not get out and perhaps called for help and were eventually rescued by FDNY at about noon after tower 1 and tower 2 had collapsed.
17. The sprinkler system to Bldg 7 was disabled early in the AM... from an event before tower 1 came down or as a result of tower 1 coming down. There was no effort to fight any fires in the building that day.
18. There are unconfirmed reports of the Bldg 7 being surveyed with a transit during the day by the NYC DOB presumably to determine if the structure was distorted... damaged and in danger of collapse.
19. Con Edison claims to have shut the power going into the the Bldg 7 sub station at 4pm because it was believed that the tower was going to collapse. We don't know how this decisions was taken.
20. The building's owner Larry Silverstein said "pull it" late in the after noon before the collapse.
21. Jane Stanley of the BBC did a stand up with the Bldg 7 in the background announcing it HAD collapsed and it then came down. How was this possible? Was this a prepared text being read because the officials had told her the tower would not last another hour or two? How did they know?
22. There were no videos of the south side of Bldg 7 during the day as a result of the destruction of the WTC campus. There was one news video walk through at street level on the East side.
23. There are unconfirmed reports that virtually all the diesel fuel was recovered from two of the large tanks, but the amount of fuel consumed is indeterminate. No explanation of where it was recovered or how or when it was recovered.
24. The main Con Ed sub station transformers were oil cooled. This oil can burn and produced explosive gas. No reports about the fate of the cooling oil.
25. There was apparently steel recovered from Bldg 7 which shows eutectic burning and loss of material on one structural members web and perhaps flange.
26. NASA imaging shows a very high heat signature below the pile after days after the collapse 27. Bldg 7 had a non structural curtain wall bolted to light steel angles welded to the spandrels.
28. Bldg 7 was a column free open office space design from floors 8-47.
29. Building structural engineer Irwin Cantor stated that diesel fires destroyed the transfer trusses which caused the collapse of the tower.
30. NIST claims the tower's collapse was caused by a failure around column 79 on floor 13.
Was the collapse of Bldg 7 triggered by failure of the transfer trusses and the cantilever girders?
Could the Con Ed substation short or explode if a plane shorted out main risers in Tower 1?
Could the Bldg 7 power equipment on flr 4&5 start fires on floors 6&7... Could an explosion in the Con Ed sub station or floors 6&7 crack the floors where the day tanks and the generators where located?
Could the pumps of the main diesel tank supply diesel all day to the generators on 6&7? Could this be controlled remotely? Or would this automatically operate if the main power feed was down?
Could a breach in the diesel riser pipes from the main tank leak diesel onto flrs 6&7? Could that fuel ignite and burn for hours? Could that fire weaken a truss component and fail it... and then entire truss?
Can diesel fires weaken the structural steel on floors 6&7? Enough to fail it?
Why don't we see more evidence of black smoke from diesel if it was in fact burning? What was the puff of smoke emanating from nw corner at floor 7 or so just before the descent?
Why did NIST decide that the floors below 8 were of no interest in their investigation?”
McConnell has been directed by Abel Danger Global to offer expert witness services to plaintiffs who decide to sue for damages in re Serco’s apparent use of Aggreko Crossed Keys power generators in the bottom-up demolition of WTC Building #7 on 9/11with incendiary bombs.
Field McConnell, United States Naval Academy, 1971; Forensic Economist; 30 year airline and 22 year military pilot; 23,000 hours of safety; Tel: 715 307 8222
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