posted on Oct, 25 2009 @ 10:37 PM
posted by Swampfox46_1999
reply to post by 3DPrisoner
Umm, the engine piece you are referring to, was found about 900 feet from the crash site. Not two miles.
posted by ATH911
Can you please provide photographic evidence of that claim?
posted by 3DPrisoner
Nope, I can't because I should have said 1/5 of a mile through densely wooded area, not 2miles. Typo on my part.
How come nothing you guys claim ever adds up?
In this article from the September 14th 2001 Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, State police Major Lyle Szupinka said searchers found one of the large engines
from the aircraft "at a considerable distance from the crash site." and "It appears to be the whole engine
," he added.
He was just previously discussing the pond, yet he did not say the whole engine was found in the pond. Anybody seen a photo of a whole engine from
Now 9-11 OFFICIAL STORY
defenders also claim this 2nd alleged engine piece was also found at the alleged crash site buried just below the
surface in the plane swallowing crater
So perhaps this incomplete engine piece was originally planted in the pond from the truck which hauled it in, and then the 9-11 cover-up crew having
second thoughts, moved the engine piece to the alleged plane swallowing crater
with the backhoe. Or perhaps the backhoe operator moved the
prepped engine piece directly from the truck to the plane swallowing crater
for photo ops?
Crowley said the FBI and NTSB have not determined whether a bomb exploded inside the aircraft before it crashed. Residents of nearby Indian Lake
reported seeing debris falling from the jetliner as it overflew the area shortly before crashing.
State police Maj. Lyle Szupinka said investigators also will be searching a pond behind the crash site looking for the other recorder and other
debris. If necessary, divers may be brought in to assist search teams, or the pond may be
drained, he said.
Szupinka said searchers found one of the large engines from the aircraft "at a considerable distance from the crash site."
"It appears to be the whole engine," he added.
Szupinka said most of the remaining debris, scattered over a perimeter that stretches for several miles, are in pieces no bigger than a
"If you were to go down there, you wouldn't know that was a plane crash," he continued. "You would look around and say, `I wonder what happened
here?' The first impression looking around you wouldn't say, `Oh, looks like a plane crash. The debris is very, very small.
"The best I can describe it is if you've ever been to a commercial landfill. When it's covered and you have papers flying around. You have papers
blowing around and bits and pieces of shredded metal. That's probably about the best way
to describe that scene itself."
Tribune-Review staff writer Jason Togyer and The Associated Press contributed to this story.
It seems strange that the alleged black boxes were found at 15 feet and 25 feet deep, but this heavy engine piece impacting at an alleged 500 knots
was found near the surface? No I say the backhoe placed it there from the truck it was hauled in on.
Also it seems curious that Indian Lake residents reported debris falling from the aircraft because officially Flight 93 never flew over Indian Lake.
It allegedly crashed into the plane swallowing crater
2 miles short of Indian Lake. Something certainly stinks about this wild fantasy tale.
Official 9-11 Whitewash Commission Flight 93 flight path
Please notice that the alleged 'found
' engine in the pond would presumably be in the direction of flight, and yet the alleged debris fields
are not in the direction of flight.
And this alleged Flight 93 fuselage piece certainly looks larger than a "briefcase". Perhaps this piece arrived after State police Major Lyle
Szupinka made his inspection of the alleged Flight 93 crash area.
Anybody else having trouble believing this poorly written official Flight 93 script?
United 93 Still Airborne After Alleged Crash According to ATC Radar