posted on Sep, 2 2009 @ 03:25 AM
This is something I like to call "The Hani Hanjour legend".
Not only is this supposedly poor pilot(yeah right, if he was even the pilot, for arguments sake though we'll stick to the OCT as this is their
"legend") able to turn off his transponder.
Not only is he able to reprogram his autopilot, and navigate back to DC, he manages to not collide with any of the other thousands of other jets
flying that morning. Done somehow without the assistance of ATC moving jets out of his way, curiously void of collision stories.
Not only is he able to make a almost 360degree dive , coming out of it perfectly lined up to his target. Viewing ATC say it appears like a military
jet, other eyewitnesses say there was no fight for control.
Not only does he apparently operate the 757 jet perfectly he is the only hijacker pilot that day that maintained complete radio silence, even during
Not only does he hit five light poles and still continue perfectly to his target.
Not only does he not even touch the ground, he is able to strike perfectly level the first floor. While moving at over 700ft per second.
Not only does he strike the most unoccupied part of the building, he strikes the only part of the building designed to take such a strike(for example;
2500lb windows secured to the frame).
Not only does he do all this, the best part is...
He does it all while avoiding any and all (at least 83 for sure) video cameras(and regular cameras for that matter).