Even though I’m confident we’re at one on many things on our side of politics, we’re certainly not on the events of 911 and when I posted that post yesterday, avoiding it today, everyone was polite and just let it pass – I thank y’all for yesterday.
It just remains to run one last post – it’s still scheduled for tomorrow morning, the 12th, it asks where you were on 911 and what you remember of it. That’s it.
That was my intention – Max Headroom would have brought the day to a close.
Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch in the States had demanded, under FOI, that footage of the American Airlines plane slamming into the Pentagon be released, as he wrote, to once and for all bury ‘conspiracy theories’. If it does, I’d be fine with that.
So I did watch and for you to watch, you could only do so on Twitter, unless you have some other source. For those who do not wish to go that route, I’ll attempt to be impartial below in words and feel I can do that, not knowing all that much about the Pentagon story on 911.
I’m not sure what Tom was trying to debunk – was it the theory that nothing hit the Pentagon at all? Because, watching this below, something sure seemed to hit the side and smoke then went up.
In order to help put to rest the 9/11 conspiracy theories, @JudicialWatch sued for and obtained the Pentagon parking camera footage of AA#77 hitting the Pentagon. https://t.co/0UIHXsHeHx pic.twitter.com/QEkTewHtlJ
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) September 11, 2019
OK, here’s what I see:
There are only three frames in the first version I saw, which means that whatever it was was mighty fast. In the first frame, the plane/whatever comes into frame, in the second it passes from our right to left and the third is the impact. After that, it’s a smoking building.
All right, what’s the issue? The issue is that it could be a plane but it does seem too low for that.
You’re familiar with commercial planes and know that wherever the fuselage is, the undercarriage of the engines, leaving aside wheels for now, is what – eight feet below that? Six?
The fuselage is cigar like, I see no wings but of course, there might be, and I see no tail fin, this fuselage is running parallel to the ground at about six feet, maybe eight. If it was a plane, then the undercarriage was clearing the ground by about a foot or two unless in a hollow.
Also, where is the AA livery, although that’s not essential – they could have repainted.
I’m going to watch a fifth time and see if the above seems accurate.
Hmmmm, less clear on computer, let me go back to ipad.
Second time, I had what could have been a reflection off the window of the plane.
Third time, I noticed the land slightly raised where it came over, making clearance of the fuselage itself about – what – four feet? Trajectory dead flat, parallel with the ground. Where’s the tail fin?
Also, that one released by Tom is not slowed down sufficiently. The one I saw was dead slow and the object was there in three of them.