Chapter XVI - Making Sense of the 9/11 Cover Up
- a reader in Sweden
Who Sold the 9/11 Steel for Scrap?
Nearly 300,000 tons of structural steel were expected to be recovered from the remains of the World Trade Center but fewer than 200,000 tons were actually found in this form.
These hot dust clouds contained a large amount of the steel that had been vaporized and converted by super-thermite into tiny balls of molten iron.
A large amount of structural steel was converted into tiny spheres of molten iron when the thermitic coating was detonated, destroying the steel floor pans and pulverizing the 220 concrete floors of the Twin Towers.
Tons of molten iron poured from the South Tower minutes before it collapsed. Government-funded researchers were unable to explain how tons of molten iron could have been produced by burning jet fuel. Molten iron and white smoke (aluminum oxide), like we see here, are the products of a thermitic reaction, which releases a great deal of heat.
Lewis Eisenberg, Chairman of the Port Authority in 2001
Naporano's report says, "Finally, approval was given to sell to a limited number of buyers (2). (The list was expanded on subsequent bids)." The three bidders who were chosen by Eisenberg were Metals Management, Inc., Hugo Neu Schnitzer, and Blandford Land Development. These three companies received a total of 198,416 tons of structural steel from the World Trade Center. Blandford received the smallest amount, 23,289 tons, while MTLM received 77,832 tons. Hugo Neu got 97,305 tons of structural steel plus whatever steel was recovered from the debris taken away by the Department of Sanitation plus 150,748 tons of "other ferrous." All told, Hugo Neu received more than 250,000 tons of ferrous scrap from the World Trade Center.
The weight of the steel being sold was determined by displacement tables that Naporano found to be flawed. The tables came from Peter Kelman, the marine surveyor of Hugo Neu, the largest recipient of WTC steel.