The architect pointed to the role of kerosene in the collapse of the Twin Towers

A witness to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack in the United States, architect Jiri Boudnik said that there is no basis for conspiracy theories on this topic.

According to him, the collapse of the buildings of the World Trade Center (WTC) was crucial to the burning fuel of the aircraft that crashed into them.

“If we assume a conspiracy theory on the part of, for example, US intelligence agencies, then hundreds of people should have been involved in it. But they say that where there are even only two people, no secret can be preserved. We have not heard any credible confessions about the conspiracy in 20 years,” the architect explained.

He added that he was able to find physical evidence confirming the participation of aircraft in the attack on buildings. Bowdnick found pieces of the plane’s skin, headphones of one of the crew members, and some other items at the site of the explosion.

In addition, according to the architect, the buildings collapsed mainly due to the action of jet kerosene available in the aircraft, which contributed to the creation of fiery inferno on many floors of the twin towers, radically violating their steel structures.

On September 11, 2001, terrorists hijacked two passenger planes and directed them to the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York, completely destroying them. Another plane with terrorists crashed into the west wing of the Pentagon, the fourth liner fell and crashed near the city of Pittsburgh.

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