Fetzer accuses Chief Nigro (and other FDNY commanders) of being “in on it” in 11 September 2001 attacks Posted February 7, 2012 In 2010 a college student named Sean Hughes wrote a paper about 9/11 conspiracy theories for a class called "International Terrorism". As part of his research he contacted Fetzer and they exchanged a few e-mails. Last January Sean, was uses the screen name “Brass” on the JREF forum contacted Fetzer again. In one of the e-mails he asked Fetzer: “If Building Seven was a controlled demolition, then why did FDNY Chief Daniel Nigro make the decision at 3:30 PM to halt operations and make a collapse zone around the tower TWO FULL HOURS before the building collapsed? Was he in on it?” Fetzer replied: “Well, you'd better ask yourself, why would anyone create a barrier if there was no reason to believe the building would collapse? In case you haven't noticed, it was not hit by any plane and had no jet fuel based fires. There were some diesel tanks, but diesel is non-explosive and burns at a rather low temperature. Unless he knew it was coming down (because he was in on it), what other plausible explanation could there be for his behavior?” http://forums.randi.org/showthread.php?t=229324 Since it is well documented that (acting) Chief Nigro did call for a collapse zone Fetzer is accusing him of being “in on it.” Fetzer has a problem comprehending the logical implications of his claims but since other commanders of the FDNY also called for the area around 7 WTC. http://sites.google.com/site/wtc7lies/%22pull%22%3Dwithdrawfirefightersfromdanger http://sites.google.com/site/wtc7lies/eyewitnessaccountsofthewithdrawalfromwtc The JREF blog linked "My Conversations with Jim Fetzer" are hilarious. That student merely offered some contrary evidence and opinion so Fetzer simultaneously insulted him and demanded he read through his tank farm of contrived nonsense. I had somehow thought Fetzer may have absorbed some common sense and actually deferred to real science and engineering with respect to the WTC events. Sadly no, he's pedantically serving up the same old hypocritical BS. Critical thinking indeed. Some things never change.