by Brian Romanoff Nor Cal Truth Oct 15, 2010
This is more footage from the NIST 2010 FOIA cumulus. Thanks to International Center for 9/11 Studies for the FOIA work, thanks to IranContraScumdid911 for posting this video and thanks to my father for the translation!
At 00:53 and at 1:03 I hear what sounds like explosive ordnances going off. Turn the sound up. The first explosion at 00:53 gets cut off by a film edit, but at 1:03 you hear the echo.
Perhaps more importantly, a photographer for the New York Post is interviewed in Spanish, the translation is provided below.
Reporter: Brother. What happened? In Spanish.
Eyewitness: Yes, I came to cover (document) brother. Then I saw the two buildings in flames when I heard a “run, run, run, run” and the explosion. I looked back and I was able to take a picture of the explosion and run, but not enough because I was only 30 meters away from the building. There were pieces of building falling next to me, but only dirt fell on top of me – I protected a firemen.
Eyewitness: After that – for the second explosion I was inside of another building… but the force of the explosion threw me like 20 meters, like 20 feet against a wall. And that is when I hit my knee.
Eyewitness: Bolivar Arellano, photographer of the New York Post
Reporter: Thank you
Eyewitness: Thank you brother.
Bolivar Arellano published his photos in a book entitled, “September 11th – Through the eyes of Bolivar Arellano”. Available here: