As I found out more and more about New York-based developer Larry Silverstein, the less I liked him. In fact, I've come to loathe this low-life worm. He's absolutely awful. Why? Because he's wanting to profit off of the 9/11 "attacks" in the worst way (kinda like his worthless pal Rudy "Crime doesn't pay ... yet" Giuliani. I'm sure former New York attorney general Eliot Spitzer was awarded the governor's mansion in Albany for keeping quiet about the enormous crime and inside job that was the 9/11 "attacks."
Anyway, I've come to find out, there's a dispute about the insurance money Silverstein is expecting to receive as a result of the attacks and the implo ... er ... collapse of the Twin Towers and Building 7.
Writes British researcher Steve Watson on PrisonPlanet.com:
Silverstein is determined to rake in every last penny possible from 9/11 and has already secured billions from other insurers without a blink of an eye over the fact that he leased the property just six weeks before the attacks and has since been caught in an admission that he ordered at least one of the buildings, WTC 7, "pulled" on 9/11.
Check out Watson's excellent report on the 9/11 insurance scandal right here.