Official reports in mainstream media all claim that the WTC was designed to withstand an impact of an airplane only flying at low speed. The following reports contradict that claim.

Below are photo stat images of WTC designer John Skilling’s 3 page 1964 White Paper showing the buildings could withstand impact by Boeing 707 – DC-8 class aircraft at 600mph.

Skilling was the chief structural engineer for the World Trade Center. In 1993 after the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, Skilling said in an interview to the Seattle Times that according to their studies the World Trade Center was strong enough to withstand the impact of a Boeing 707. The only thing they were worried about was, in case of an airplane crash, the dumping of all airfuel into the building which would cause a horrendous fire. The building structure would still be there.

Source Pilots for 911 Truth