We all know that he meant WTC Building 7 when he said that demolition term "Pull It", but let's look at this even deeper.
In June of 2005, almost three and one half years after 9/11, after repeated questioning by a concerned public, Mr. McQuillan, Larry Silverstein's spokesperson finally stated that "by "it," Mr. Silverstein meant the contingent of firefighters remaining in the building."
Let's play devil's advocate for this instance and give him the benefit of the doubt and for research purposes let's just say he really meant the firefighters that were in WTC 7. Even though there were no firefighters in the building at the time, let's even give him that benefit also.
Now here is the $10,000 Question;
Why would the fire commander call Larry Silverstein and ask Mr. Silverstein what the fire department should do with their own firefighters?
The fire department does not answer to a property owner. The fire commander makes his own decisions on how to protect his own men. He does not call the property owner and ask him "Hey Larry, what should I do with my men?"
The ONLY person who a fire commander would answer to is a Fire Chief, not some greedy property owner who has no insight into firefighting.
If this was the case, then firefighters everywhere would be putting themselves at risk every time the go to a fire call by being at the mercy of the property owner.
Does Larry think we are that stupid that we would believe that the New York City fire department answers to him?
Is Larry Silverstein a Fire Chief? I think not.
Larry Silverstein, your rebuttal to the "Pull It" comment has officially been debunked!
The only way Building 7 could have been demolished on 911:
Demo explosives (or whatever was used) would have been installed well before 911, due to the fact it takes weeks (sometimes months) to plan and execute a demolition.
Some have said Larry gave the OK to demo the building. For this to happen after the towers fell:
A demolition team would have to enter the burning building with fires so extreme, they melt steel (yea right), and plant demolition charges throughout the building, in less than 7.5 hours.
My friends, no demolition company would ever dare enter a burning building with high explosives.