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'The Government said they needed more time'. When asked when enough time would pass before they could release the tape, they said they didn't know and it was indefinite...
Originally posted by Skadi_the_Evil_Elf
Is there another source, other than Alex Jones?
I mean, to verify it, because Alex Jones can sometimes stretch the truth on things.
Rumours have begun circulating today that a video due to be released in one week's time, just prior to the midterm elections, will show clear and crisp footage of American Airlines flight 77 hitting the Pentagon on September 11th 2001.
Did the FBI officially said they will release such video of supposedly showing a plane crashing into the Pentagon before the mid term elections of 2006?
Originally posted by etshrtslr
Supposedly according to Judicial Watch....But who knows.
Did you see the supposed affidavit signed by FBI agent saying no plane in video?
The same statement also made it clear that the Citgo gas station tape also did not capture anything. This statement was apparently proven to be true last month when that video was released.
According to a CNN FOIA request of 2002, a nearby hotel's video DID capture the impact. The following exchange is from a CNN transcript of a report on the 2002 release of the original "parking lot" footage, the four grainy video frames:
MCINTYRE (on camera): These pictures are the first to be made public, but they are not the only images of the plane hitting the Pentagon. Sources tell CNN that the FBI on September 11th confiscated a nearby hotel's security camera videotape, which also captured the attack. So far, the Justice Department has refused to release that videotape. Aaron.
BROWN: Why? Do we have any idea why they won't release it?
MCINTYRE: Well, the claim - we have filed a freedom of information request for it. They claim that it might provide some intelligence to somebody else who might want to do harm to the United States. But officials I talked to here at the Pentagon say they don't see any national security or criminal value to that tape. The FBI tends to hold on to things. But the government may eventually release that tape, and if they do, we'll bring it to you.
BROWN: Jamie, thanks. I must have missed something in how, where the intelligence possibilities are there, but that happens with me sometimes. Thank you for your work today, nice job.
The FBI has been granted an extension for the release of the 9/11 Doubletree Videotape. The tape is to be produced to Judicial Watch by December 22, 2006 and will be released to the public.
Originally posted by Agit8dChop
If this video shows a plane hitting the pentagon, why would they release 2x tapes that show anything BUT a plane hitting the pentagon?
I mean.. really.. think about this..
and the 3rd supposidly shows a crisp clean shot of a plane hitting the pentagon.