The Fix Is In
The Deutsche Bank Building Fire Conspiracy
J. A. Graffagnino
Published: August 2016
Genre: Non-Fiction, Political, Science, History
Finally, the truth is revealed about Manhattan’s Deutsche Bank building fire. The devastating fire at 130 Liberty Street in the heart of Manhattan’s financial center – a short distance from what was the World Trade Center – was one of the worst fires in New York City’s history. Two firefighters were killed, and 105 were injured. One of the firefighters killed during the horrific fire was author Graffagnino’s son, Joey.
Graffagnino refused to believe what high-level government decision makers were telling the public – that the fire was an accident.
After eight years of relentless research in pursuit of the truth – combing through public records and interviewing firefighters on the scene, government officials, informed observers, whistleblowers and eyewitnesses – Graffagnino uncovered the truth. The horrific seven-alarm Deutsche Bank building fire was no accident. And all efforts to quell the raging inferno were in vain.
The Fix Is In is not based upon a conspiracy theory, opinion or undocumented rumors, but confirmed facts. Graffagnino places blame where it belongs and exposes the people who benefitted from the catastrophe.
Find out for yourself. Discover the disturbing truth about a calculated and complex conspiracy involving top governmental agencies, corporate leaders and organized crime figures.
“The Deutsche Bank fire was preventable,” said FDNY Captain Simon Ressner. “Preventive measures were deliberately sidestepped in the name of ambition and in the name of money.”
About the Author:
For more than two decades Joseph (J. A.) Graffagnino has been writing articles about telecommunications technologies for technical magazines, along with stories about his hobby, tropical fish, published in well-known global hobbyist magazines, such as Aquarium Fish, Freshwater and Marine Aquarium and Tropical Fish Hobbyist. He has also lectured extensively about the subject throughout the United States.
But Graffagnino’s true passion is writing fiction, a craft he’s been honing for many years. His first thriller fiction short story, “The Taxi” was published in 2010; and his first novel, “The Journey of Mary/ Ma Li”, was published by Dreams Publishing Company in 2013. His second novel delves into a different genre – “Fantasy & Horror Short Stories” released on December 30, 2015. It contains 13 stories of intrigue and suspense.
Joe’s non-fiction book, “THE FIX IS IN The Deutsche Bank Building Fire Conspiracy” was published by the AuthorHouse Publishing Company in August 2016.
The author lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife and many tropical fish aquariums.
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