posted on Sep, 14 2002 @ 12:39 AM
Hrm, this again.
Firstly, pretty much all of the aircraft debris from the wtc was found after it had penetrated the tower and emerged from the other side, this didn't
occur at the pentagon, so the debris was mostly inside the building. Nonetheless there are plenty of pics of the pentagon attack that show bits and
pieces of plane debris around the place. Naturally these dumbass sites don't show that, does anyone know off the top of their head where they are?
They've been posted on here before.
Secondly, one of the security cams did pick up the impact. But lets remember, security cameras are not designed for high speed filming, they are time
lapse, as they have to run 24/7, so something coming in at hundreds of knots is not going to be picked up particularly well.
As for no tourist cameras, how much of a tourist attraction is the pentagon really? Looks like rather a bland building, also, in the circumstances
surrounding the day in question, isn't it more likely most tourists were inside glued to the tv?
There are plenty of eyewitness accounts from the pentagon, and I'd imagine enough of them have enough of a military background to be able to
differentiate between a massive passenger jet, and a 10 foot missile. As far as the discrepancies between the type of plane reported by people around
D.C, in these situations there are always differing reports on the type of plane, sometimes massively differing. After the first WTC impact, an
eyewitness on the phone to one of the major networks (dont remembre which one) was absolutely positive it was a light prop driven plane that had hit
the first tower.
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