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Background Attack Aftermath Evidence Misinformation Analysis Memorial

South Tower Destruction

Photo Looking up at the South Tower Disintegration

This widely-copied image is a cropped version of a photograph taken by Gulnara Samoilova about 2.5 seconds after the top of the South Tower started to drop. Perhaps no other photograph of the South Tower destruction shows it in so much detail from such a close distance. It is an important piece of evidence for our analysis of the nature of the event, such as on this page.

South Tower explosion 1000 feet away

The uncropped version of this photograph, also widely reproduced without crediting the photographer, is found on Gulnara Samoilova's website, GulnaraSamoilova.com here.

South Tower explosion FEMA

Another photograph was apparently taken at almost exactly the same moment as Gulnara's but from a slightly different vantage point. This photograph is reproduced in FEMA's report, the only one showing the South Tower's destruction.



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