Relatives of a Brit killed in the 9/11 terror attacks have made shocking claims that they have "significant evidence" proving the Twin Towers were purposely blown up.
The family of Geoff Campbell, who was 31 at the time, are demanding another inquest into the tragedy as they don't believe the official story.
The original inquest ruled the incident an "act of terrorism" by Al Qaeda.
Backed by a scientific team and heaps of research, on Wednesday the family handed a 3000-page document outlining their case to acting Attorney General Michael Ellis.
In it they claim that the towers were packed with explosives and fell during a planned demolition.
One piece of evidence they cite is ground movement picked up by seismographic recordings just 12 miles from the North Tower, roughly 15 seconds before the first hijacked American Airlines flight struck it.
The dossier also points out that steel melts at a far higher temperature than jet fuel fires can produce – an argument commonly used by 9/11 conspiracy theorists.
Geoff's brother Matt Campbell, a former City worker who is married with three kids, said: "I believe there has been a cover-up.
"We have scientifically and forensically backed evidence that the official narrative surrounding the Twin Towers collapse on 9/11 is wrong.
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"I believe that my brother and thousands of others were murdered on 9/11 and there has been a cover-up.
"We are still overcoming this tragedy, but we will never stop seeking the truth."
The process through which Geoff's family are demanding another inquest was used to kickstart fresh investigations into the Hillsborough disaster from 2014-2016.
Under Section 13 of the UK Coroners Act 1988 they must demonstrate that fresh evidence not considered in the original inquest could lead to a different outcome. Section 13 allows for a fresh inquest in the "interests of justice".
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Geoff was one of 67 Brits who died on 9/11.
He was a risk analyst who lived in America with fiancé Caroline Burbank, and was working on the North Tower's 106th floor when the first plane hit.
His family only received confirmation of his death a year after the attacks, when fragments of shoulder blade matching his DNA were discovered in the rubble.
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