Both buildings implode into their footprints at near free fall speed
Kit Daniels | Prison Planet
During a controlled implosion, a high-rise Las Vegas casino collapsed at near free-fall speed – just like World Trade Center Building 7 on 9/11.
The Riviera Hotel and Casino was demolished with explosives on Tuesday, bringing the tower down into its own footprint within seconds.
“The 24-story Monaco Tower was demolished around 2:30 a.m. when a series of explosions sounded, followed by the building crumbling from the sides and then into the middle, kicking up a mountain of dust,” CBS News reported.
Compare it to the collapse of the 47-story WTC Building 7 on 9/11, which was not hit by a plane, suffered limited fire and debris damage, and yet collapsed into its own footprint within seconds at near free fall speed.
Additionally, eyewitness footage released in 2010 contains sound of explosions coming from the vicinity of WTC7 – similar to the sounds of the Riviera Hotel’s controlled explosion.
Even more damning, the National Institute of Standards and Technology tried to block the release of the footage; if WTC7 simply collapsed due to fire as the official story claims, why would NIST attempt a cover-up?
And the media reported on the collapses of both the Riviera Hotel and WTC7 before they occurred.
“It’s looking like a perfect night for an implosion,” the Las Vegas Review Journal reported on Monday hours before the casino went down.
And on 9/11, the BBC reported WTC7 – also known as the Salomon Brothers Building – had fallen over 20 minutes before it collapsed, with reporter Jane Standley talking about the WTC7 collapse while the building was still standing behind her.
“The fact that the BBC reported on the collapse of Building 7 over 20 minutes in advance of its implosion obviously provokes a myriad of questions as to how they knew it was about to come down when the official story says its collapse happened accidentally as a result of fire damage and debris weakening the building’s structure,” Paul Joseph Watson pointed out. “As we have documented before, firefighters, police and first responders were all told to get back from the building because it was about to be brought down.”
“It is widely acknowledged by those who were there on the scene that warnings were issued for people to evacuate the area in anticipation of the building’s collapse, with some even stating that a 20 second countdown preceded the collapse of the 47-story skyscraper, again clearly suggesting that it was taken down by means of explosives as the video footage of its implosion illustrates.”