79-year-old retired CIA agent, Malcom Howard, claims he was involved in the controlled demolition of World Trade Center 7, the third building that was destroyed on 9/11.
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79-year-old retired CIA agent, Malcom Howard, has made a series of astonishing claims since being released from hospital in New Jersey on Friday and told he has weeks to live. Mr. Howard claims he was involved in the “controlled demolition” of World Trade Center 7, the third building that was destroyed on 9/11.
The 79-year-old New Jersey native says he worked on the CIA operation they dubbed “New Century” between May 1997 and September 2001, during a time he says the CIA “was still taking orders from the top.” Mr. Howard says he was part of a cell of 4 operatives tasked with ensuring the demolition was successful.
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This is just yet another fiction, as there are lot many fictions already and around the world that the 9/11 was the event of America itself, but nothing has come till now to support this claim.
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