Three of the men parachuted into Manhattan last year while another stood watch below.
The four came forward and turned themselves in yesterday after learning police had information and was looking for them.
One of the jumpers told the New York Times “we just kind of walked in."
Andrew Rossig claims it proves the building needs to be watched more closely. "It’s supposed to be the most secure building in the world. God forbid it was somebody else getting in there with a real intention to harm New Yorkers."
One of the men worked on a construction team at the tower, allowing him access to the site.
However, a defense attorney says the four wiggled through a hole in a fence and made their way to the top.
One of the men called jumping form the tower an "exhilarating" experience.
Rossig agreed while explaining "it’s a fair amount of free fall time, you really get to enjoy the view of the city and see it from a different perspective."
The team has been charged with burglary, reckless endangerment, and jumping from a structure.