Judge to Mull if Airlines Owe WTC Owners Over 9/11

By LARRY NEUMEISTER | July 16, 2013

  • July 16, 2013 at 2:53 pm
    Al says:
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    *The attacks led to the destruction of the towers as well as a third trade center building.*

    Um, all seven WTC buildings went away. That’s right, seven. Look it up.

    Someone please tell me how two airplanes made all seven WTC buildings go away, leaving almost no rubble from the over 400 floors of destroyed buildings, with no seismic P wave, and an S wave that lasted only 8.4 seconds. It would take over nine seconds for a billiard ball to travel free fall 119 floors.


  • July 16, 2013 at 3:23 pm
    Jester says:
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    Nobody owes these greedy bastards anything. There was no foreseeabilty. No actual or constructive notice. Maybe they should have designed a better building that wouldn’t have collapsed.

  • July 17, 2013 at 9:00 am
    Linda says:
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    If their insurance recovery was not enough to rebuild, I can envision only two possible reasons. (1.) They didn’t carry enough insurance (2)They rebuilt something better than what they lost. The first scenario would be their own fault and the second wouldn’t entitle them to any additional recovery from anyone. The purpose of either an insurance payment OR a law suit is to “make you whole” NOT to provide you with something more than you originally had. I think it was insurance 101 that taught me that for anyone to recover more (or better) than they lost creates a “Moral Hazard”. Maybe that’s the real problem. Morality is a forgotten word and these people see no problem in possibly bankrupting some other companies and/or possibly putting a lot of innocent people out of work if they can gain by it.

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