Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 15 May 2024

Forensic pathologist Dr Cyril Wecht who challenged the 9/11 lies and so many others has died aged 93

Cyril Wecht was not intimidated by power. He didn’t shy away from taking unpopular positions or challenging official narratives.

Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth is sad to announce that renowned forensic pathologist Dr. Cyril Wecht has died at the age of 93.

Wecht was a rare individual who was not afraid to speak his mind, even when his professional observations challenged mainstream narratives. Late in his career he added the World Trade Center destruction on 9/11 to the list of official stories he was prepared to contradict.

He was famous for having reviewed the autopsy documents from the JFK assassination and discovering that the president’s brain had gone missing. After studying video of the shooting, he concluded that the theory of a single bullet having killed the president and injuring Texas Governor John Connally was “absolute nonsense.” He also studied the RFK assassination and determined that a second shooter had to have been involved.

Over the course of more than 60 years of professional life, Wecht was asked to weigh in on some of the most noteworthy deaths of our time, including those of Martin Luther King, Elvis Presley, Sharon Tate, Nicole Brown Simpson, Vince Foster, Sunny von Bulow, Mary Jo Kopecne, JonBenet Ramsey, and Kurt Cobain.

In 2021, Wecht appeared in AE911Truth’s film The Unspeakable, in which he evaluated three documents – one on the examination performed on Bobby McIlvaine, another that offered details of the death of Geoff Campbell, and an OCME report that laid out the process by which 9/11 victims were identified from among the 21,905 human remains that were collected. This report described the “commingling” of those remains.

“That’s not going to happen from crushing,” Wecht said in the film. “A building collapses, and two or more people are crushed. I can’t envision a situation in which the soft tissue of one victim is hurled with such force as to be embedded in, attached to, a bony fragment of another victim. I can’t envision that.”

Though Wecht is no longer with us, his insight into the 9/11 issue lives on. More importantly, his thoughts will forever back up the need for a new investigation into what truly destroyed the three World Trade Center high-rises on 9/11.

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