Can you say you completely believe in your government? Or do you question everything you know? Regardless of what kind of a person you are, you must have heard at least some things about September 11th, 2001 that simply don’t add up. For instance, rumor has it that the Pentagon confiscated the video from the gas station across the street and a video from a hotel.
In turn, the owner of the gas station filed a lawsuit to retrieve the video. Currently, it’s known that Pentagon holds many videos focused on the parking lot and around the building. There are around 86 cameras outside. However, only one 5 frame video was released to the public, and frankly, you could barely see a plane.
This is why a lot of people demanded that Pentagon release the rest of the security tapes shot outside of the Pentagon. But the public remained empty-handed. Now all this is really intriguing. Why would they go through so much trouble just to confiscate the video from the Gas Station across the street as well as from the Sheraton National Hotel? Perhaps they were trying to cover up something. Take a look at this.
Upon seeing the video, I decided to look further into this and found out some things suggesting that it wasn’t a plane that attacked the Pentagon and the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, but a missile. How could a 125 foot (38 meters) wide Boeing 757 fit into a hole 16 feet (5 meters) wide? We’re led to believe that the plane’s wings folded up and squeezed into the 5-meter hole. According to one theory, the plane vaporized, but that couldn’t have happened as its engines from a titanium steel alloy wouldn’t vaporize unless they hit a temperature of 3286 degrees Centigrade.
And there’s actually no evidence that the airplane engines or the wings had an impact on the building. While the photos following the event didn’t show any plane debris, after some time there were various photos of airplane debris in the newspapers.
Furthermore, AA flight 77 was lost from radar at 8:56 a.m. and then appeared again at 9:32 am. And according to Danielle O’Brien, an air traffic controller at Dulles International, the plane on the radar, was not Flight 77. According to her and other experienced air traffic controllers, the speed, maneuverability and the way it turned assured them that it was a military plane. And unknown aircraft aren’t allowed within 50 miles of the Pentagon. So only a military aircraft with a special IFF transponder (Identification, friend or foe) would be permitted to approach it.
Also, Nila Sagadevan, pilot, and aeronautical engineer believes that not one of the hijackers was deemed fit to perform even the most elementary flying exercise without training. If they had difficulty flying a small aircraft, there’s no way they could pull off a complex maneuver on the first try.
Lastly, in an interview with Parade Magazine in October 2001, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld gave an interesting answer to the question: “How did a war targeting civilians arrive on our homeland with seemingly no warning?”
“Here we’re talking about plastic knives and using an American Airlines flight filled with our citizens, and the missile to damage this building and similar (inaudible) that damaged the World Trade Center.”
There have also been some witnesses who say there was no plane, but there are many who say otherwise. It’s up to you to choose who you believe.
Lon Rains, an editor for Space News at the time stated: “In fractions of a second I heard the impact and an explosion. The next thing I saw was the fireball. I was convinced it was a missile. It came in so fast it sounded nothing like an airplane.”
If we take into account the inconclusive evidence that a plane hit the Pentagon, eyewitness testimony of a missile, the answer of Donald Rumsfeld, as well as the government’s effort to confiscate the videos, it appears that a smaller jet flew past the Pentagon after it was hit by a missile in order to make us believe that a plane did the damage. With all the cover ups happening these days, it’s not impossible, right?