Judges shocked by first time seeing video of WTC 7 collapse in Denmark court

Three judges in Denmark watched in “astonishment” last week as they saw the collapse for the first time of World Trade Center Building 7, the third collapsed building in the September 11th attacks.

“WE GOT THE OPPORTUNITY, FOR ONCE, TO PRESENT A VIDEO OF WORLD TRADE CENTRE 7 COLLAPSING, IN COURT, … AT THAT TIME I RECOGNISED A STATE OF ASTONISHMENT AMONG THE THREE JUDGES…. I UNDERSTAND, AS USUAL, THAT NONE OF THEM HAD HEARD OR SEEN THE COLLAPSE OF BUILDING 7 BEFORE.”

The exchange came as part of an appeal in the Eastern High Court in Copenhagen to a libel suit which was dismissed by a lower court. Niels Harrit sued over comments by Journalist Søren K. Villemoes calling him a “crackpot” over Harrit’s description of the building’s collapse.

The legal consideration at issue is whether the Weekendavisen journalist’s statement was libelous, comparing Niels Harrit with creationists and holocaust deniers, but the presentation of evidence against collapse from fire is a key point.

The video of the collapse was looped and shown 3 times during the case.

Harrit also highlighted to the judges the fact that the Building 7 collapse was not part of the official 9/11 Commission report. He mentioned that the judges wanted to clearly understand his statements and he explained that the official investigation did not include analysis of the Building 7 collapse but part of a separate investigation years later.

See also: 9/11 evidence to go public in Danish and UK courts

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