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4/22/2010  Shame On Jesse Ventura!
Shortly before the building collapsed, several NYPD officers and Con-Edison workers told me that Larry Silverstein, the property developer of One World Financial Center was on the phone with his insurance carrier to see if they would authorize the controlled demolition of the building – since its foundation was already unstable and expected to fall. A controlled demolition would have minimized the damage caused by the building’s imminent collapse and potentially save lives. Many law enforcement personnel, firefighters and other journalists were aware of this possible option. There was no secret. There was no conspiracy. While I was talking with a fellow reporter and several NYPD officers, Building 7 suddenly collapsed, and before it hit the ground, not a single sound emanated from the tower area. There were no explosives; I would have heard them. In fact, I remember that in those few seconds, as the building sank to the ground that I was stunned by how quiet it was.
(FOX)
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2/1/2010  60 Minites, Larry Silverstein, Extra: Where He Was on 9/11
In the fall of 2001 developer Larry Silverstein had just taken over a 99 year lease on the Twin Towers.
(CBS)
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3/13/2008  WeAreCHANGE confronts Larry Silverstein
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2/5/2007  A 9/11 conspiracy virus is sweeping the world, but it has no basis in fact
Loose Change is a sharp, slick film with an authoritative voiceover, but it drowns the truth in an ocean of nonsense - There is a virus sweeping the world. It infects opponents of the Bush government, sucks their brains out through their eyes and turns them into gibbering idiots. First cultivated in a laboratory in the US, the strain reached these shores a few months ago. In the past fortnight, it has become an epidemic. Scarcely a day now passes without someone possessed by this sickness, eyes rolling, lips flecked with foam, trying to infect me. The disease is called Loose Change. It is a film made by three young men that airs most of the standard conspiracy theories about the attacks of September 11 2001. Unlike the other 9/11 conspiracy films, Loose Change is sharp and swift, with a thumping soundtrack, slick graphics and a calm and authoritative voiceover. Its makers claim that it has now been watched by 100 million people. The Pentagon, the film maintains, was not hit by a commercial airliner. There was "no discernible trace" of a plane found in the wreckage, and the entrance and exit holes in the building were far too small. It was hit by a cruise missile. The twin towers were brought down by means of "a carefully planned controlled demolition". You can see the small puffs of smoke caused by explosives just below the cascading sections. All other hypotheses are implausible: the fire was not hot enough to melt steel and the towers fell too quickly. Building 7 was destroyed by the same means a few hours later.
(London Guardian)
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1/1/2007  Loose Change critique by Internet Detectives (with good collection of images), Page 1 (Internet Detectives)
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5/19/2006  A New Hurdle May Halt WTC Project
Silverstein Properties was expected to receive an estimated $3.2 billion more in insurance money from the total award of $4.6 billion
(NY Sun)
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12/7/2004  Jury Rules Sept. 11 Attacks Were 2 Events
A federal jury has decided that the Sept. 11 attack on the World Trade Center was two occurrences for insurance purposes, meaning leaseholder Larry Silverstein stands to collect up to $4.6 billion
(Associated Press)
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7/12/2004  The Trade Center's Rapidly Rising Star
Larry Silverstein, whose lofty goal is to make the building a source of pride for New Yorkers
(Lower Manhattan Construction Command Center)
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3/12/2004  MetLife sells Sears Tower
Goldman and Cayre joined with Larry Silverstein in buying the trade center lease for $3.2 billion months before the twin towers were destroyed in the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001
(The Chicago Sun)
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9/11/2003  Trade Center Financing On Shaky Ground
Silverstein's insurance policy caps payment at $3.5 billion, yet Silverstein was propounding a theory that entitled him to $7 billion
(Forbes)
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7/23/2003  Larry Silverstein's $3.5B Definition
Larry Silverstein, who holds a 99-year lease for the buildings that were destroyed in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, is claiming that he is entitled to recover $7.1 billion from the 22 insurers of the properties
(Forbes)
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6/7/2002  Silverstein May Use Insurance Money to Pay Bondholders
If Silverstein Properties decides to pay off the bondholders at face value, which it has no yet formally announced it will do, it would decrease the funds available for the company to begin rebuilding, but would avoid a fight with the bondholders, who have argued that they purchased securities backed by an existing property, and did not intend to provide construction financing.
(Insurance Journal)
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9/11/2001  WTC 7
Pull It By Larry Silverstein

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9/11/2001  WTC Attack to Cost Insurers Billions
It will certainly be the most expensive man-made insurance loss in U.S. history, topping the $775 million paid out after the Los Angeles riots of 1992
(FOX)
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4/26/2001  Developer Scrambles to Save World Trade Center Deal
The developer, a group led by Larry A. Silverstein, had been negotiating with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey for the last 36 days over a 99-year lease for the 110-story towers and the Trade Center
(New York Times)
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3/21/2001  World Trade Center Back On The Block
Now the negotiations have failed and the authority will try to strike a deal with the runner-up in the bidding, Silverstein Properties and Westfield America which bid jointly on the project
(Forbes)
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2/23/2001  Top Of The News: World Trade Center Traded
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, a nontaxing public authority, sold it to Vornado Realty Trust for $3.25 billion, the largest real estate deal ever for a single property
(Forbes)
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2/19/1989  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: The Salomon Solution; A Building Within a Building, at a Cost of $200 Million
The work, which began last month at Seven World Trade Center, reflects both the adaptability of steel-framed towers and the extraordinary importance of fail-safe computer and telephone systems for the brokerage industry
(New York Times)
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4/4/1973  World Trade Center, New York City (Wikipedia)
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