[Editor's Note: You'll notice in the list below, that there is no listing for the 34th floor. William Rodriguez, the WTC janitor who was the last person to get out of the North Tower alive, had said that when he went back into the North Tower in an attempt to save lives, he was afraid to enter the 34th floor-which he knew to be empty of tenants or furniture- because he heard heavy equipment being dragged across the floor. He knew that he might not live if he opened that door, so he avoided the 34th floor entirely, and went to a higher level to continue his rescue efforts. Many records were destroyed with the destruction to the World Trade Centers towers. Records concerning Enron, gold transfers, and investigative files. Much could be gleaned by studying the list of tenants who occupied the World Trade Center buildings on the day that the traitors in our government, the military, and their pals in the Mossad blew them up. ..Ken ]
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List of World Trade Center tenants
Built in 1970, the World Trade Center housed more than 430 companies from 28 countries. They were engaged in a wide variety of commercial activities, including banking and finance, insurance, transportation, import and export companies, customs brokerage, trade associations and representatives of foreign governments.
An estimated 50,000 people worked in the World Trade Center, and another 140,000 visited the complex daily. Below is a list of tenants that had office space in the twin towers and four other buildings in the complex.
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