(Sep. 16, 2011) The collapse of building 7, which was not hit by a plane on the morning of 911, yet imploded anyway, pokes the biggest hole in the official 911 story.
"So, although NIST had said in its report that there was no testimonial evidence for explosives, it now seemed to be saying that, because only 118 out of 500 reported explosions, the testimonies, “taken as a whole,” do not support the idea that explosions were going off, so that NIST had been justified in claiming that there was no testimonial evidence to support the idea that explosives had been used." (Source)
In other words, because the 7 blind men all grabbed hold of a different part of the elephant, and described the animal differently, we can conclude that the elephant did not exist. When you have 118 people saying that they heard/ and or saw explosions, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology stating that they did not see or hear explosions, people start talking about a "cover-up".
One of the men who reported that he had saw and heard explosions was Barry Jennings, who was trapped in Building 7:
"on August 19, 2008, 53 year old Barry Jennings died, two days before the release of the NIST Final Report on the collapse of WTC7.