My other evidence is anecdotal, also having to do with where I live, in the Sarasota County area of Florida.
On September 11, I was at home when the planes hit the World Trade Center towers.
I was watching the events on my TV, using an antenna, picking up a local Sarasota station.
The studio announcer broke in while they were showing the network feed from NYC, saying, "I am being told that someone has a camera set up in Battery
Park, south of the towers, and that we will be cutting over to the feed from there."
It cut to that camera at the south end of Battery Park, about a quarter mile south of the towers, and there was no one in front of the camera, or
anyone talking except for the same person who had made the earlier announcement (a female, joined by her male co-host, who were filling in the dead
air with chat about what they were seeing in the feed).
Instead, it was pointed out over the water from on top of the sea wall, scanning in a direction other than towards the burning north tower.
Eventually the camera field matched up with a plane approaching, and zoomed in on it and followed it until it hit the south tower and exploded.
The explanation for my seeing this live video, that I later realized was not in the released network archives, was that at that very moment of impact,
W. Bush was watching the same feed on the Library TV set at Booker Elementary in Sarasota.
What I figured is that for W. to watch it live, he had to have a satellite feed from NYC, that was being downloaded at a local TV station, then fed to
a transmitting tower to broadcast it over the air, to be picked up by an ordinary roof antenna at the school.
edit on 1-8-2014 by jmdewey60
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