'Conspiracy theorist David Icke has backed a report which states that one of the 9/11 towers in New York did not collapse due to fire.
Icke, 67, has long argued Building 7 (WTC 7) exploded in a controlled demolition.
It sat right next to the Twin Towers and fell at 5.20pm on the afternoon of September 11 – more than six hours after they tumbled to the ground.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) – an agency of the US Department of Commerce – ruled in 2008 it was the first tall building to ever collapse primarily because of fire.
However, a new report claims this would not have been possible.
Researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) put forward the shocking assertion following a four-year computer modelling study funded by Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth.
Icke – who believes the world is ruled by an inter-dimensional race of reptiles – is set to release The Trigger on Wednesday, a book that will address controversial conspiracies surrounding the terror attack.
The former football pundit told Daily Star Online: “Building 7 came down in the most blatantly obvious controlled demolition you’ll ever see.
“I quote in The Trigger a series of engineers and architects who say basically the same.
“The official story from the government is that Building 7 came down because of office furnishings fires.”
Following the terror attack, a 9/11 Commission was appointed by George Bush to investigate the atrocity.
Icke continued: “They had a massive problem with Building 7 because obviously office furnishings fire would never have brought the building down.'
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