posted on Jan, 31 2005 @ 05:31 PM
When the first plane hit a wt tower, I thought .."ok wow thats out of the ordinary...", then I watched the second plane hit on tv and I
thought.."this is not coincidence!.....", then the news broke about the Pentegon,... and I realized "....Damn, were being attacked!!!" (and it
was quite a personal revelation to experience that moment of realization) ...
..... but at that moment, I, as I would hope the feds, would become very reactionary. The third plane hitting was well within the time frame of
considering an act of war was upon us, and identifying another potential attack still in progress, would require the shooting down of the plane IMO. A
good defense is a strong offense. It is a horrible shame that people were killed in that particular flight, even if it were successfully taken back by
the passenger's, but in the short few hours the whole event took place in, we were attacked on three fronts, with one weapon still in the air. It had
to be done, and done then, IMO. It was too risky to do anything else or just let it fly. It was too risky to assume that anybody really knew that the
passengers really had taken back the plane. The option of minimal risk and minimizing of potential damage, WAS to shoot it down.