posted on Mar, 4 2017 @ 10:34 PM
I read Phillip Marshall's book, the Big Bamboozle. It was a really good book. He makes a very good case about the hijackers being trained on Boeings
before 911 which was not part of the official story. Marshall was an expert pilot and it took him I believe four tries to hit the pentagon in a
flight simulator following the same path from the black box. He explains that it is possible to make the hit on the pentagon the way that it
happened but it is extremely...extremely difficult. The World Trade Center hits were very difficult too. Whether you believe the official story or
not, it is a fact that the flight maneuvers were highly advanced and accurate and no one can disagree with that. The problem is that the official
story is that the hijackers could barley fly cessnas. It's impossible to pull off what they did with the flying skill level that the gov told us.
Marshall points out a lot of interesting things that don't get talked about a lot. He points out that the number 3 guy in the cia at the time, Buzzy
Krongrad, used to be the CEO of an investment firm called Alex Brown. They were one of those investors that made a bunch of money short selling
airlines right before 911. This is fact not conspiracy. He was questioned but cleared of any wrong doing...imagine that
But he makes a
connect with Krongard to blackwater. He was good buddies with them. At the time, Blackwater was stationed at this place in Arizona called Pinal
Airpark. Pinal Airpark is also where they park unused commercial aircraft that are in between leases. In the 911 report, they mentioned that the
hijackers made some trips out to the southwest in the summer before 911 but they didn't really know why. Marshall claims that this was when they were
training on Boeings for 911. He said the small fight school stuff did happened and they used that just to get the basics of flying down. And during
that time they got reported several times to the FAA and FBI and they didn't do anything which is also a fact, not conspiracy. But he explains that
if you train for months on a boeing specifically to hit the pentagon or WTC, it's possible. And they clearly knew what they were doing. On flight 93
they were so far out for their planed point of hijack that they messed up the auto pilot when they were programming it and from the black box info,
they used some advanced settings or something that wasn't in the flight manual to correct it like 30 seconds before the plane would have stalled out.
At the very least, he proves that they had more skill and training than what the 911 report concludes. That alone should merit a new investigation.