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UQ Wire: 9/11 Whistleblower Kevin Ryan Fired

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9/11 ALERT: 9/11 whistleblower, Kevin Ryan (Underwriters Laboratories) FIRED
-- Update (11/16) : Kevin Ryan apparently fired
http://www.911Truth.org

For background see also...
http://www.scoop.co.nz/mason/stories/HL0411/S00177.htm
UQ Wire: Underwriter Speaks Out On WTC Study

According to Nic Levis, east coast director of 911truth.org, "David Ray Griffin has received confirmation that Kevin Ryan, site manager of the Environmental Health Laboratories (Underwriters Laboratories), was fired today by the parent company, Underwriters Laboratories, apparently for writing a letter questioning certain common theories of the Twin Towers collapses to the leader of the U.S. government NIST team researching the World Trade Center events..."

911truth.org, who followed up on a story by Emanuel Sfernos/Bill Douglas (911Visibility.org), is "working to get statements from the parties involved and in developing this story and a possible response..."

http://www.911Truth.org

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