Ahh, thanks for the info on John Leonard. Very interesting. I had this thought early on in my interest in this subject. If ever there was going to be a catalyst for any kind of revelation around these events then it wouldn't, sadly, be because of grieving loved ones crying out for justice or stoic campaigners battling the faceless corporate media tyrants.
Nope, the revelation would come because somebody somewhere is losing lots of money. Now im not saying this guy is only interested in that particular aspect, he may be just using this angle to bring attention to the plight. What im saying is, its probably one of the most effective angles there is. Nothing makes people sit up and listen like losing money, you can scream from the mountain tops all day long about freefalling buildings, discrepancies in the government story etc.. but for people to actually absorb, or in a lot of cases even address that information, an incentive like money (or potential lack thereof) is exceedingly helpful.
Unfortunately reading through your info on this matter it seems that it is another dead end as far as any outspoken heavily publicised revelations are concerned. Looks as if Silverstein's tendrils stretch far and wide indeed. Either that, or face the even more horrible prospect that insurers facing 9 figure payouts over this are too afraid to even go there.
He wants two payouts because it was 'two' terrorist attacks, so the victims of 9/11 who lost loved ones can at least sleep easy in the knowledge their deaths were not cheap, and old Larry is doing everything in his power to get his moneys-worth.
When Mr Silverstein enters the 7th level of hell to a chorus of demons chanting his name and throwing freshly severed organs at his feet, I only hope Lucifer has had the foresight to arrange him some suitable accommodation, a tower perhaps, where he is allowed to sit from 6am to say.. around 9:59. At that point, every day, the tower collapses and lying there under all the rubble the victims of that day (on special work release from heaven) approach one by one and piss on his broken burned and shattered body while he screams in pain...and as each one zips up and turns to leave they say "see you tomorrow Larry".