Inquiry into debris management of 9/11 - Fresh Kills Landfill and the magical cremation oven called the WTC.

The most common objection people have to our research: "Too many people would have been involved to pull off such a massive hoax." Well, with trillions of taxpayers' dollars at hand, this operation could certainly afford contracting many individuals (under a gag order and on a need-to-know basis). Meet the real - and unreal - persons, companies & entities assigned to carry out this gigantic, media & military-assisted psyop.
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Inquiry into debris management of 9/11 - Fresh Kills Landfill and the magical cremation oven called the WTC.

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I listened yesterday to the podcast with Simon Shack and was intrigued by the question where did the debris go of 9/11?
https://www.bitchute.com/video/yo43ECN5rQDH/

Next to that I was intrigued by the emotional aspect of 9/11 that Simon referred to. If this was a real mass killing event, it would be hard to find people to support it and play their part in the media or anywhere else. Agree.

Now it's just an inspirational event to bring people together. Like astronauts play their lifelong role to "inspire" the people.

It made me think.

If their narrative was real, there would be 3.000 bodies hidden in the debris of the WTC. That's a bloody mess. Who is going to drive their truck there and where do they bring it?

Simon spoke about Fresh Kills Landfill:
https://www.usace.army.mil/About/Histor ... s-Mission/

You would say, in this crime scene, you would want to identify the victims. Loads of rubble, 3000 bodies hidden.

Let's see what they say.
Perhaps unique among American cities, New York had the capability to respond and recover from the World Trade Center attacks. But after managing site clearance operations at Ground Zero and debris inspection and management at the Staten Island landfill for three weeks, the city, through FEMA, asked USACE to manage activities at Fresh Kills so it could concentrate on operations in Lower Manhattan. Fortuitously, USACE already had a contract in place for debris management services through its Advance Contract Initiative, so the Corps and its contractor, Phillips and Jordan, were able to begin work immediately.

USACE’s first task was to design an efficient processing system to handle the thousands of tons of debris that arrived at the landfill each day for processing. After debris arrived at Fresh Kills, technicians mechanically separated the material based on its composition. Heavy equipment operators set aside the large pieces of structural steel that arrived at the landfill, and they sorted smaller metal pieces by size, all in preparation for examination by city and federal authorities. After inspection, metal went to an offsite recycling contractor. The non-metal debris underwent a similar process. Screens separated the material into three sizes—smaller than a quarter inch, between a quarter inch and 2 inches, and from 2 inches to 8 inches—after which conveyors sent it to law enforcement personnel for inspection. Afterward, workers placed the cleared material in the landfill.
Fortuitously, USACE already had a contract in place for debris management services through its Advance Contract Initiative, so the Corps and its contractor, Phillips and Jordan, were able to begin work immediately

That's funny right? Contracts were in place.

Let's look into this Phillips and Jordan

https://www.pandjenv.com

Well they changed their name a little bit. lol
Phillips & Jordan Environmental Services, LLC (PJE) is a disaster response specialist built on decades of experience. The Phillips & Jordan (P&J) legacy brand has been responding to major disaster events, since the late 1980s, including Hurricane Katrina, the 2010 Super Tornado Outbreak, and the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center.
You would say if they are able to transfer all these tons of rubble they would need a lot of machinery and people right?

This is their address from the site:
10142 Parkside Drive, Ste 300, Knoxville, TN 37922

Here we are:
https://maps.app.goo.gl/gRJEFRzvBMxEhB137

We also see the holding company there:
https://phillipsih.com/

And Phillip and Jordan:
https://pandj.com/

But what's that Phillips and Jordan environmental?
https://www.pandjenv.com

This is what they wrote on 9/11:
https://www.pandjenv.com/projects/9-11/

Loads of rubble
When P&J took over the operation the landfill was processing about 1,750 tons of debris per day. At the peak, P&J had increased that number almost 10 times to over 17,000 tons per day.
And they have this specific "science language"
At the close of the project, the landfill had received and processed over 1,462,000 tons of debris, over 55,000 discrete pieces of evidence had been found, 4,257 body parts had been recovered, and 209 victims had been positively identified. In addition to awards from the NYPD and FBI, P&J earned an Outstanding Performance Evaluation from the Corps and was named National Civil Works Contractor of the Year.
4257 body parts

Let's see where these 4257 body parts have been identified:
https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Scr ... _279371130

And what they have identified:
Image
https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Est ... _279371130

In this picture we see +200 calcined body parts. These are the remains of the 3000 people in the towers. :lol:

Is this the physical proof of the people in the WTC?

No fingers? Flesh? Toes? Heads? Just 4257 calcined piece of bone? Out of tons and tons of rubble?

The demolished WTC seemed to be a magical perfectly working cremation oven leaving just a few calcined bone fragments. :lol:

Just more support for the logical empty WTC controlled demolition explanation.