A security company, formerly named Securacom and now named Stratesec, provided electronic security for the World Trade Center, Dulles International Airport, and United Airlines on 9/11.

George W. Bush’s brother, Marvin Bush, sat on the board of directors of the company.

The company was backed by an investment firm, the Kuwait-American Corp., also linked for years to the Bush family.

Its CEO, Barry McDaniel, said the company had a “completion contract” to handle some of the security at the World Trade Center “up to the day the buildings fell down.” Click here to read more of the article about the Bush connections to security at the World Trade Center.

Prior to the destruction of the WTC on 9/11, there were many ‘modernization projects’ going on in the buildings. This included fireproofing and working on the steel columns inside the elevator shafts of the two buildings struck by planes.

One survivor of the the destruction of the World Trade Center Towers was Scott Forbes, an IT Specialist.

In the video clip below he describes the odd noises, dust, and renovations that occurred in the months prior to the destruction of the WTC towers. He also discusses the unprecedented power down the weekend before the 9/11 attacks.

When he later tried to report all this to the government, they were uninterested in his testimony.