Friday, 25 July 2008

Navy Prosecutor In Gitmo Case: "If they hadn't shot down the fourth plane it would've hit the dome"

Were [prosecutor] Stone's words a "slip of the tongue" in the vain of former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's when he also told reporters that flight 93 was shot down?

Flight 93 had an 8 mile wide debris field, a fact that does not tally with official story that the aircraft was fully intact in the seconds before it hit the ground.

Large pieces of fuselage were also recovered from a marina in Indian Lake, a couple of miles away from the crash site, and the planes engines, which according to the laws of physics should have plunged deep into the ground along with the rest of the airliner were never found.

Only a one-ton segment of an engine was ever recovered, again more than a mile from the crash site, which the FBI declared had ‘bounced’ there.

The wreckage from flight 93
remains under armed guard inside Iron Mountain.

Eyewitness accounts, in addition to one call from the flight, also describe loud engine noises, white smoke and parts falling from the flight as it approached its final resting place.

We have previously reported on credible individuals who claim to have personally talked with the pilots who shot the plane down.

It seems there are a few individuals in the military who keep making comments indicating Flight 93 was shot down.

Certainly the Laws of Physics show that Flight 93 broke up in the air rather than simply diving into the ground as reported in the official account.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, July 25th, 2008.]

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