No Lies News Exclusive — Building 7 Collapse Interview with Dr. Shyam Sunder of N.I.S.T.

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Sunday, August 24th — A No Lies News Exclusive

“Pull No Punches” Interview with Dr. Shyam Sunder, the lead WTC investigator for NIST.
Click HERE to listen
Sunday, August 24th at: 1:30 pm Pacific – 4:30 pm Eastern – 20:30 GMT
Repeat Broadcast: Monday, August 25th at: 1:30 pm Pacific – 4:30 pm Eastern – 20:30 GMT
Will be archived at noliesradio.org after the broadcasts.

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Dr. Shyam Sunder

Last Thursday, August 21st, No Lies Radio News brought you live coverage of the N.I.S.T news conference on their final report on the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 and we followed immediately with a live broadcast of the AE911Truth.org news conference with their response showing the flaws in the N.I.S.T report. That day, Allan Rees, of No Lies Radio News, was granted an interview with Dr. Shyam Sunder, who presented the report at their news conference and who is the lead WTC investigator for NIST. This is a PULL NO PUNCHES interview you do not wish to miss!!

 

 

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