BBC Church of Satan News
See: 911 foreknowledge 911 Media Hoax (CGI)
BBC Reported WTC 7 Collapse 26 Minutes In Advance
When Phil Hayton, the BBC announcer who is seen on screen speaking with Jane
Stadley, was apprised of the suspicious collapse of WTC and the BBC
broadcast suggesting foreknowledge by the BBC, he did
not even try to argue the point. Hayton had to agree that it
seems there is a conspiracy. He said: “I sense that you think there’s a
conspiracy here-but you might be right.”
The official BBC response through Richard Porter gets worse: We no longer have the original tapes of our 9/11 coverage (for reasons of cock-up, not conspiracy).
A cock up? That is quite simply incredible. The BBC, which is known for its meticulous record keeping and storage of news archives going back over 50 years, inexplicably loses live news footage documenting the crime of the century! That explanation does not pass the smell test. How could the news agency of record for Britain, who is by law required to keep records of broadcasts, lose those records? The answer is that they did not lose them, the records are clear evidence that support a finding that the BBC was part of the 9/11 conpiracy.
Paul Joseph Watson reported on February 28, 2007, which was a day after Richard Porter revealed that the BBC had lost its tapes, that Prison Planet received the following email from a CNN archivist. The archivist’s email eviscerates the BBC claim that they lost the tapes of their 9-11-2001 broadcast:
I'm an archivist with the CNN News Library in Atlanta, and I can tell you with absolute certainty, the mere idea that news agencies such as ours would “misplace” any airchecks from 9/11 is preposterous. CNN has these tapes locked away from all the others. People like myself, who normally would have access to any tapes in our library, must ask special permission in order to view airchecks from that day. Multiple tapes would have been recording their broadcast that day, and there are also private agencies that record all broadcasts from all channels - constantly - in the event that a news agency missed something or needs something. They don't just have one copy. . . . they have several. It's standard procedure, and as soon as the second plane hit, they would start recording several copies on other tapes machines all day long. [2012 Book] 9/11–Enemies Foreign and Domestic by Edward Hendrie