9/11 In Plane Site – Director’s Cut

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Why were America and the world never shown the video and photographs of the Pentagon, BEFORE the outer wall had collapsed showing only one 16 ft. hole. Many people do not realize that the outer wall did not collapse until almost 30 minutes after the initial impact. See these astonishing photographs and video footage for the first time. Given that the outer wall of the Pentagon had not yet collapsed and the only hole is approximately 16 ft. in diameter – how does a jetliner over 44 feet tall and 125 ft. wide fit into that hole as shown in the crystal-clear and close-up photographic evidence from the Pentagon? Furthermore, can physics explain why there is no damage to the Pentagon’s upper floors where the tail section would have hit? “I heard a very loud, quick whooshing sound.

I was convinced it was a missile. It came in so fast – it sounded nothing like an airplane.” Lon Rains – editor for Space News (Pentagon eyewitness) In the aftermath, it was reported by media sources that a giant 100 ft. crater was plowed into the front lawn of the Pentagon as the result of a powerful airliner crash? Why does photographic evidence overwhelmingly show that this was absolutely not the case? Why no crater? Why no skid marks? Why no burn marks? Why was the entire world deliberately mislead? Examine the video and photographic evidence for yourself.

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A plane doesn't fill itself entirely full of fuel for every flight, it only fills the necessary amount to make the journey in co-operation with the number of people onboard. As 757's are capable of flying around the world to different contintents whilst full, you can confidently assume that this 757 will have not had a full fuel tank. So saying there would be approximately 86000 gallons/liters onboard the plan is an incorrect assumption which in theory can substantially tarnish the argument.


8600 gallons may i correct*