A story on the clickbait fake news site YourNewsWire claims:
79-year-old retired CIA agent, Malcom Howard, has made a series of astonishing claims since being released from hospital in New Jersey on Friday and told he has weeks to live. Mr. Howard claims he was involved in the “controlled demolition” of World Trade Center 7, the third building that was destroyed on 9/11.
Mr. Howard, who worked for the CIA for 36 years as an operative, claims he was tapped by senior CIA agents to work on the project due to his engineering background, and early career in the demolition business.
[/bunk]We know this story to be false because:
- It only appears in a fake news site, with no corroborating sources.
- It's written by "Baxter Dmitry"
[bunk]Mr. Howard explains that WTC 7 was “loaded with explosives in strategic places” in the month leading up to the day that changed the course of American history. On September 11th, while the North and South towers burned, fuses were ignited in World Trade Center 7, and nanothermite explosions hollowed out the building, destroying the steel structure, removing the reinforcements, and allowing the office fires to tear through the rest of the building, hollowing it out like a shell.[/bunk]Which seems rather at odds with conspiracy theories promoted by Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, etc, who claim that there were hardly any fires. Now we have fires tearing through the building, and that's what brought it down?
Then we have:
[bunk] And then we heard that people from the street were reporting that they heard the explosions during the afternoon.[/bunk]So now instead of the silent Nanothermite, we have conventional sounding explosives? But then again, if people were hearing these explosion through the afternoon, then why were none recorded on tape?
However these types of inconsistencies are nothing new in 9/11 conspiracy theories. We need look no further than the sole source here, "Baxter Dimitri" - a writer who publishes on YourNewsWire, and whose output seems to be purely clickbait, often of the most nonsensical kind, like:
The first example there is just recycled bunk, but the second seems to be bunk largely of his own invention. Pope Francis did not say that relationships with Jesus are dangerous and harmful. Nor was he breaking with christian tradition. In fact he was simply quoting Pope Paul VI who said, "Wanting to live with Jesus without the Church, following Jesus outside of the Church, loving Jesus without the Church is an absurd dichotomy."
So this does not appear to be a deathbed confession. It's just a nonsensical piece of fake news by a serial fake news creator.