On July 24, 2001, six weeks before 9/11, Larry Silverstein took control of the lease of all the WTC buildings. This followed the Port Authority decision on April 26.
According to democraticunderground.com, the three companies who originally insured the WTC were AIG, Marsh and ACE, all run as mentioned by the Greenbergs at the time.
They then sold stakes of the original contract to their competition, a technique called reinsuring. Once the Towers came down, the reinsurers got caught holding the bag.
This would inextricably tie the Greenbergs to Silverstein and the larger conspiracy of 9/11.
If they had no foreknowledge of events to occur, why would the Greenbergs have unloaded so many stakes in their contract? According to Michel Chossudovsky in Financial Bonanza behind the 9/11 Tragedy, “On October 17, 2000, eleven months before 9/11, Blackstone Real Estate Advisors, of The Blackstone Group, L.P, purchased, from Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association, the participating mortgage secured by World Trade Center, Building 7.1.” [Blackstone in 2000 also purchased a 50 percent stake in Universal Studios, producers of the myth-perpetuating Flight 93.]
“April 26, 2001 the Port Authority leased the WTC for 99 years to Silverstein Properties and Westfield America Inc. “The transaction was authorised by Port Authority Chairman Lewis M. Eisenberg. This transfer from the New York and New Jersey Port Authority was tantamount to the privatisation of the WTC Complex. The official press release described it as 'the richest real estate prize in New York City history'. The retail space underneath the complex was leased to Westfield America Inc. “On 24 July 2001, 6 weeks prior to 9/11 Silverstein took control of the lease of the WTC following the Port Authority decision on April 26. “Silverstein and Frank Lowy, CEO of Westefield Inc. took control of the 10.6 million-square-foot WTC complex. "Lowy leased the shopping concourse called the Mall at the WTC, which comprised about 427,000 square feet of retail space.”
Lowy - Westfield aggiudicatario della gara di leasing per lo spazio commerciale al minuto all'interno del WTC
Greenberg - Greenberg Traurig, LLP, consulenza legale, legato alla famiglia Bush attraverso BBH (Brown Brothers Harriman bank), ricade tra gli amministratori dei fondi di compensazione per le vittime del 9/11 http://www.gtlaw.com/home.aspx
Eisenberg - Port Authority Chairman