REBEL TV’s ‘Front and Centre’ Episode Two/City of Vancouver Finally Admits to Problems at Olympic Sites: But You Heard That Here FIRST, Over a Month and a Half Ago
In an absolutely shocking admission, Will Johnston, the structural engineer currently doing the job of fired former City Electrician Ark Tsisserev, an electrical engineer, admitted in a Vancouver Courier article today, that the Panasonic tent through the entirety of the Olympics NEVER HAD A FIRE ALARM PANEL. He also admits to other anomalies and tries to explain them away.
Read the exceptional coverage by the Courier, here….and an interesting letter-to-the-Editor by someone you might know. The letter was hailed as ‘Letter of the Week’–and clearly shows how even some long-standing members of the media can be influenced.
So, Mr. Mayor of Vancouver…are you still suggesting that the accusations by me and others in the fire safety industry are baseless? Will you get your propagandist pinhead to put up another post full of lies and spin? Will you apologize to the citizens of Vancouver for making them less safe?
And wait till you hear in the video below, what the city passed (specifically Mr. Johnston, as a “safety measure” in case there was a fire at the Panasonic tent…)
Here’s the second installment of Rebel TV’s ‘Front and Center’. Enjoy!