The family of a Briton killed in the 9/11 terror attacks is controversially claiming that the Twin Towers were brought down by internal explosions and not by hijacked aircraft crashing into them.
Relatives of 31-year-old Geoff Campbell are challenging the accepted version of events and demanding a new inquest.
The Campbell family, backed by a scientific team, make the astonishing claim that the World Trade Center towers in New York were laced with explosives, provoking their collapse and causing Mr Campbell’s death alongside more than 2,600 others on September 11, 2001.
A 3,000-page dossier detailing this extraordinary allegation is to be handed this morning to the Government’s top legal adviser, acting Attorney General Michael Ellis.
It insists ‘significant evidence’ went unheard at the 2013 London inquest of Mr Campbell and nine other Britons who perished in the atrocity.
The inquest ruled the ten had been ‘unlawfully killed’ in an ‘act of terrorism’ by Al Qaeda flying aircraft into the towers and causing their ‘total destruction’ – a decision in keeping with official accounts.
The conspiracy theory that the towers were downed in a controlled explosion was first raised in the immediate aftermath of the attacks but has been dismissed by several expert studies.
The demand to the Attorney General is expected to trigger permission for the family to apply to the High Court for a fresh inquest. Risk analyst Mr Campbell was working on the North Tower’s 106th floor when he died.
His older brother Matt Campbell, told the Mail yesterday: ‘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.’