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Title: Look At This Photo. Did A 757 Or Other Airframe
Description: hit Pentagon or just planted explosives?


SPreston - August 20, 2007 04:33 PM (GMT)
Do you think a 757 crashed into this building? The Gingerbread House What do you see? Large photo A building collapsed outward from internal explosive
pressures? 9-11 an Inside Job by H Titan PhD A 757 blowing up inside the Pentagon 1st floor? Internal planted explosives?
What do you think? Arrogant Deception - Or an Attempt to Expose a Cover-up? Both? Exit Hole Where did all that stored kinetic energy suddenly disappear to?
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Purdue University Simulation of 757 striking Pentagon. Where should the left wing and left engine
have ended up? To the left of the hole? They did not did they? How did the cable spools survive?
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Before the Pentagon roof was collapsed and 16 foot hole penetrating into Pentagon interior
1st floor rings showing cable spools undamaged and apparently untouched even though
they would have been directly in line with the 757 fuselage flight path.
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First known photo of Exit Hole into B-Ring courtyard - - A Second Exit Hole (looks like a doorway) into B-Ring courtyard with smoke damage above and no observable
damage to B-Ring walls? Is that possible? Objects with enough kinetic energy to penetrate a steel reinforced wall, yet do not damage the opposite wall and just lose
their stored energy in the courtyard? Or were the two holes caused by explosives?
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thehighwaymanq - August 20, 2007 07:04 PM (GMT)
I've heard that the hole, after collapse, was 70 feet wide. But if you look at the yellow truck under the American flag, the hole is about doubled that. And how large are these trucks, I doubt 35 feet each. I seriously doubt that the post-collapse hole in the Pentagon is anywhere near 70 feet.

Kingzaba - August 25, 2007 04:48 PM (GMT)
cruise missile

geeyore - September 11, 2007 02:44 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Kingzaba @ Aug 25 2007, 11:48 AM)
cruise missile

Nah. 757, for sure.

I worked on a daily basis with a guy who'd been a volunteer first responder - and a senior one at that - for more than 20 years in Northern Virgina.

He went to Pentagon on 9/12 to help out. He reported to me the next day or maybe the day after that, that (a) there was airplane debris all over the lawn between the Pentagon and Rt. 27 Washington Blvd., and (B) there was a huge divot in the lawn just before the Pentagon walls, and they all presumed this meant that the plane had hit the ground first and "bounced' into the Pentagon.

We worked pretty closely for a year and a half, and I'd have a hard time believing he was in on the "plot" or that he had any time for the weekly Neocon 9/11 planning sessions.

Oh yeah, he also skipped half the Redskins football season after that (he refused to go to the stadium), and his fiancee was a nurse who kept him (and thus me) updated on all the ER and first responder alerts and warnings that you never, ever heard about, and never will.

And now I'm off topic, but this reminded me of some other examples: I was also professionally acquainted with a senior federal law enforcement official who kept gas masks in his office, his car, and was just finishing up on supplying each of his family with a mask to have at home (they were hard to find for civilians, and not at all cheap). Another of my business contacts in the "national security field" would not go for meetings inside the Beltway for months after 9/11.

Dupes dupes dupes, each and every one of us. Even senior security, public safety, and LE professionals in DC are dupes to this heinous plot.

Sure. Right.

JointPlays - September 12, 2007 11:46 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (geeyore @ Sep 11 2007, 02:44 AM)
..and they all presumed this meant that the plane had hit the ground first and "bounced' into the Pentagon...

Huh. :blink:

Good one - i will give you that.

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Where are these marks:

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They kinda missed that, when "bouncing" off the lawn. ;)

darion - September 12, 2007 05:36 PM (GMT)
I love how just one picture debunks geeyores claim about his friend. Man your friend must have been really high to see that skid mark haha.




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