posted on Aug, 8 2009 @ 09:42 AM
posted by jthomas
Isn't it interesting that I have never claimed that the "security camera video shows any aircraft hitting the Pentagon." Just so we're
clear about that, I want you to show everyone here any post I have made on any forum in which I have said that the security camera video shows
anything hitting the Pentagon.
If you can't do that, then you will issue a public retraction right here, correct? What's that, you can't? C'mon, be a sport, just try.
In fact, as we rational people have said for years, one cannot conclude by looking at the security camera video that anything hit the Pentagon.
posted by jthomas
Now, tezz, just WHEN are you going to support your claim that AA77 did something other than hit the Pentagon?
posted by tezzajw
I don't know what happened at the Pentagon. I don't make claims about what happened at the Pentagon. There is no burden of proof upon me to show
anything about the Pentagon. That's your load to bear, as you believe the official government story.
However, today you have steadfastly refused to claim that the security camera images show Flight AA77 hitting the Pentagon. Why would you
state that and go against the government script? The government claims that those images show Flight AA77 hitting the Pentagon... yet you're not
willing to endorse that.
You've really contradicted yourself in a marvellous way today, jthomas.
The still frames taken from the parking lot security videos were leaked
In 2006 under FOIA lawsuit from 2004, the US Department of Defense released the two Pentagon parking lot security videos it had in its possession to
Is the Defense Department part of the US Government jthomas?
Did the US Government show the two videos at the Moussouai Show Trial jthomas, to prove an attack on the Pentagon and convict Moussouai? Did the US
Government also show the 5 leaked
2002 still frames at the Moussouai Show Trial jthomas? Is that a loud resounding YES
Therefore the 5 leaked
still frames and
the two FOIA parking lot security videos
released by the Department of Defense are
officially part and parcel of the official US Government 9-11 Pentagon OFFICIAL STORY
. Is not that true jthomas?
Have you now turned your back on the US Government evidence of an attack on the Pentagon jthomas? How do you explain your sudden flip-flop? Have you
discussed this with your fellow duhbunkers
jthomas, before you stuck your neck out a mile? Did you consult your
jthomas? Aren't you the least bit worried about the consequences of your actions?
A little crack in the dam can quickly become a roaring flood
The avatar of jthomas proving everything including a self-diagnosis of hypocrisy
Videos Released Of Plane Crashing Into Pentagon
By Jerry Markon
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, May 17, 2006
The split-second image of the hijacked airplane slamming into the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, filled computer screens around the nation yesterday
as the Defense Department for the first time officially released two videos of the terrorist attack.
Unlike the powerful images of the hijacked planes crashing into the World Trade Center in New York -- played again and again on television -- the
specter of American Airlines Flight 77 is fleeting.
In one of the videos, shot from a security camera near the Pentagon parking lot, a police car can be seen passing by; then the plane shoots across the
screen from the right, a silver speck low to the ground. Far more clear are the orange fireball and thick, black smoke that rises from the damaged
structure immediately afterward. Even those images are not completely new.
A portion of the videos was leaked to television networks and repeatedly aired several years ago, and both were played at the recent death penalty
trial of al-Qaeda conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui in U.S. District Court in Alexandria.
Yet yesterday's official unveiling aroused such interest that the videos crashed the Web site of Judicial Watch, the Washington-based public interest
group that obtained them from the Pentagon, and slowed the Pentagon's own site, officials said.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Judicial Watch first sought the videos of the Pentagon strike in a request under the Freedom of Information Act in December 2004 and then in a lawsuit
filed this year. The Defense Department initially refused to release the tapes at the request of the Justice Department because they were being
used in the government's case against Moussaoui.
The videos were shown at Moussaoui's trial on a day in which prosecutors focused on the horror of the Pentagon attack.
After Moussaoui was sentenced to life in prison this month, the government decided the videos could be released, said Cheryl Irwin, a Pentagon
spokeswoman. "This is the result of a Freedom of Information request from Judicial Watch,'' she said.