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reply to post by Shadow Herder
Flight 93 was a United Airlines plane that supposedly was upside-down when it allegedly crashed.
Crash debris in United livery ..........
YEs that picture was released as " evidence" in 2003 or 2006. It is not evidence of anything.
Originally posted by waypastvne
Thanks for the picture that proves that the crater is too small to have been caused by a Boeing 757.
Calling me a truther for showing people that the wargames, Israel, surrogates were used for the operational cover to make 911 happen is just poor pathetic tactics and a ad-hominen attack which is against the forum rules and they have exhausted their usefulness at this forum.
Couldn't have said it any better
originally posted by: Sremmos80
Woah, very interesting thread..
I am still in the no plane crowd. Mainly because most agree that the passengers did not over take the plane.
So if it was shot down, as every one seems to say it was and rummy let slip then where is the wreckage? It wouldn't have been going the incredible speed needed to make it disappear.
The crater doesn't make sense and the "wing" marks don't suggest any type of wing hitting there, as stated before there is undamaged grass clearly visible where the wing would have hit full of fuel.
Where is the tail? How often does a tail of an airplane just disappear? Besides the pentagon I didn't see a repeat of a tail just being gone. It is one of the last things to hit... usually survives the worst crashes. That's why one of the black boxes goes back there correct?
If a plane crashed there it wasn't flight 93... Ill say something crashed, can't deny that, just not a boeing
originally posted by: Shadow Herder
Use your intellect and research this yourself. Dont let the next few posters who deny these claims of fantasy or truther nonsense sway you. Their agenda should be transparent now. Research.
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: Sremmos80
Similar impact but harder ground. Don't see a tail there either.
You're comparing low speed, low angle impacts with high speed, high angle impacts and expecting the to look identical.