Thursday, September 18, 2008

Barry Jennings, key WTC7 witness, dead at 53

Two days ago the crew confirmed the death of Barry Jennings. He was the Deputy Director of the Emergency Services Department for the New York City Housing Authority during the horrors of Sept. 11, 2001.

Jennings died after spending several days in the hospital about a month ago. He was 53.

By those accounts, he died just days before the National Institute of Standards and Technology, a non-regulatory government agency focused on advancing measurement science, standards and the quality of technology to enhance the economy, released a conclusive report on its investigation into the collapse of the 7 World Trade Center building. "Conspiracy theorists" believe Jennings gave critical testimony regarding the curious nature of the collapse of the 7 World Trade Center building during the mayhem that ensued on 9/11, a day that changed the world we live in to one of war.

Aaron Dykes cites NYC Housing Authority spokesman Howard Marder:

Marder has now officially confirmed that Barry Jennings indeed passed away approximately a month ago after several days in the hospital, matching confirmations from several other employees at the Housing Authority. Marder commented that Jennings was a great man, well liked by everyone at the Housing Authority, and that he would be missed. No other details were available.

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