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LOOK: There is no United color debris in the dumpster!

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posted on May, 30 2009 @ 07:21 PM
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Closed minded? By correctly pointing out that there is absolutely no photographic evidence you will accept? Im not closed minded at all




posted on May, 30 2009 @ 08:01 PM
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I haven't seen any shanksville photos that don't look suspicious. You've been shown photos that are suspicious. You look like the closed minded one to me.



posted on May, 30 2009 @ 08:50 PM
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Ive shown you photos taken at the crash site of Flight 93 (Shanksville, PA). You do not accept them because there is no "proof" that they were taken there. I do not know what you would want...someone with a sign saying "No kidding, this IS Shankville" but then you would say that was suspicious as well....which brings us, once again, back to the prior point.



posted on May, 30 2009 @ 09:01 PM
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No it isn't. heavier debris was found in the actual flightpath of flight 93, according to where witnesses pointed it out.



posted on May, 30 2009 @ 09:05 PM
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We're getting the Shaftsville at Shanksville....



posted on May, 30 2009 @ 10:05 PM
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You won't find debris in the dumpsters (there were in total 10 of them)
for simple reasons

1) Planes are painted with the carriers logo and colors on the outsides

Much of the debris recovered was from the interior of the aircraft

2) In a high speed crash, United 93 hit ground at 580 mph, the plane
and anything inside is smashed into small fragments. Would be
like trying to tell jigsaw puzzle from a few scattered pieces

Here is debris from a aircrash crash - can you tell me what airline it was
from these pieces?



It was Swissair 111 which crashed in ocean near Halifax Nova Scotia in
1998.

Here is section of fuelage, one of the larger pieces of United 93



Here is page with United Airlines paint schemes (livery) old and new ones

www.ruudleeuw.com...

Looks like United colors to me...



posted on May, 31 2009 @ 12:30 AM
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Originally posted by thedmanYou won't find debris in the dumpsters (there were in total 10 of them) for simple reasons

1) Planes are painted with the carriers logo and colors on the outsides

Much of the debris recovered was from the interior of the aircraft

What's your evidence of that?


2) In a high speed crash, United 93 hit ground at 580 mph, the plane
and anything inside is smashed into small fragments. Would be
like trying to tell jigsaw puzzle from a few scattered pieces

The FBI said 95% of the plane was recovered, so there would be plenty of pieces of debris with United colors on them, regardless how small of pieces the plane smashed up into.


Here is debris from a aircrash crash - can you tell me what airline it was
from these pieces?



It was Swissair 111 which crashed in ocean near Halifax Nova Scotia in
1998.

I do see a lot of pieces with the white logo paint on it. One red one too.


Here is section of fuelage, one of the larger pieces of United 93



Here is page with United Airlines paint schemes (livery) old and new ones

www.ruudleeuw.com...

Looks like United colors to me...

95% of the plane was recovered and only one piece still showing United colors? Guess that proves how easy it is for the government to fake a piece crash if it only takes one piece with logo colors to fool people.



posted on May, 31 2009 @ 12:44 PM
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Given the degree of fragmentation yes

Was at plane crash 20 years ago, Lear 35A, largest piece found was
2 x 3 ft piece of tail fin. Rest reduced to "metallic confetti" - bits
of shredded metal and plastic which survived fire.


United 93 hit at estimated 580 mph - most of plane smashed into
fragments and scattered



posted on Jun, 6 2009 @ 06:16 PM
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Originally posted by thedman
Here is debris from a aircrash crash - can you tell me what airline it was
from these pieces?



It was Swissair 111 which crashed in ocean near Halifax Nova Scotia in
1998.

I just noticed something. There is no shiny silver pieces of debris in that bunch. This makes sense since Swiss Air planes are painted. Most of the Shanksville debris photos show shiny silver pieces of debris. More proof that most of the Shanksville debris is staged debris and not from a painted United plane.

[edit on 6-6-2009 by ATH911]



posted on Jun, 9 2009 @ 09:11 AM
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This article may be of interest to you, if you havn't read it

Explain to me, using real science and logic how the Black Box recorder is wrong involving impact angle etc.., why the FAA was refused by the FBI to do their own crash investigation and how both six ton Titanium and steel engines & over 90.00% of the passengers were vapourised ?

Then there is the matter of the 7-8 mile radius of debris.

I have seen the photos of the smaller engine in the small scorched hole more than once.

Looking forward to your answers

Cheers

[edit on 9-6-2009 by Skyline666]



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 01:48 AM
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The thing is with
shanksville, it just doesnt look right....a small hole and what looks like a pile of smouldering dirt...I mean really!!

Those Q's you pose skyline...they are tricky....you may wait a while!!




As for wreckage carving a "large swath through a large area...." as mentioned by one member is, with respect, utter baloney.......complete claptrap....

Asmall smouldering hole..thats it...no plane...no wreckage....no tail...no engines....no seats..or life jackets...nothing...


And people dont understand why soooo many people, every day, are coming to the very same conclusion that many of us here have concluded... ??
We were lied to....and many innocent lives were wiped out to support the lie.....one of many lies.
Shame on you America.



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