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U.S. Government admits nose cone of Flight 77 SURVIVED Pentagon crash!

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posted on Jun, 8 2010 @ 04:54 PM
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Originally posted by weedwhacker

3. No photos/video of the plane impacting into the Pentagon (from the 80+ cameras)


>sigh




posted on Jun, 9 2010 @ 05:01 PM
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flight77.info...

here is all the info you need on the "85 videos".

In fact, after review, its nothing spectacular or anything. Just a clarification of what was on the tapes. And after more reviews, one showed the impact (guard camera).


[edit on 6/9/2010 by GenRadek]



posted on Jun, 9 2010 @ 11:57 PM
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And you believed them!!?


12 of the videos video taped the exact spot of impact but ~SOMEHOW~ they just didn't catch the time when the airplane was there...

the proof is actually in the dictionary under "gullible" you should check it out.

This link even mis-spelled videotape... very professional.

edited to add.... also from the same site:

"13 videos were obtained by the Defense Protective Services (DPS) - Pentagon Police - on 9/25/2001 from individual filming Pentagon site from Boundary Channel Drive. These included footage from the WTC site in the days after the attcks."

No really... it's common practice for Pentagon police to confiscate videos of the Twin Tower "attcks" (sic).
...


[edit on 9-6-2010 by Thermo Klein]



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 12:17 AM
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I take it you did NOT even really understand what was written on that website or bothered to read on:


Of the 13 remaining tapes which showed the Pentagon crash site, 12 "only showed after the impact of Flight 77."


Hmm did you even bother to read on? I doubt it because had you dont so, you would have found these:


These two video tapes included footage of post-crash Pentagon crime scene taken by DOD media pool photographers, and were obtained from Navy Rear Admiral Craig Quigley.

* One (1) Betacam BCT-30G video cassette, labeled "1 of 2" & "early 6pm 9/11/01"
* One (1) Betacam BCT-30G video cassette, labeled "2 of 2" & "early pm 9/11/01"

# One (1) VHS video cassette - witness interviews near Pentagon after the attack
# One (1) VHS video cassette, labeled "9/11/2001" - footage of post Pentagon crime scene, obtained from Chief Mastin, Prince William County
# One (1) TDK Hi8 MP 120 video casette, wrapped in Pentagon map and labeled on back "1/29/1952 Mohan Shresesa 8/2/2018 Todoroki Japan 9/17/01 3:00 hr Fern/So. Rotary" - Home video taken from car, dated 9/17/2001,showing post-crash Pentagon crime scene very briefly from road (~10 seconds)

One (1) TDK Hi8 MP 120 video cassette - Home video obtained by DPS on 9/21/2001, showing post-crash Pentagon crime scene

Home video filmed on 9/11/2001 by NBC4 Washington reporter, with footage of post-crash Pentagon crime scene shortly after attack. Provided to FBI on 9/12/2001.

* One (1) home Video of the terrorist attack on the Pentagon.

Video from DEA HQ security camera atop 700 Army Navy Drive, Arlington, VA. Camera repositioned after attack to show post-crash footage of Pentagon. Provided to FBI on 9/12/2001.

* One (1) videotape

Home video filmed on 9/11/2001 by tourist traveling past Pentagon and then by AP photographer who borrowed the camera. Footage of post-crash Pentagon crime scene shortly after attack. Provided to FBI on 9/12/2001.

* One (1) videotape

Copy of home video filmed on 9/11/2001 by AP photographer using camera borrowed from nearby motorist. Footage of post-crash Pentagon crime scene shortly after attack. Provided to FBI on 9/12/2001.

* One (1) duplicate video cassette tape dated 9/11/01

Video from cameras at Reagan National Airport parking garage. Both video files show smoke in the distance coming from direction of Pentagon. Obtained by FBI on 9/13/2001.

* One (1) CD containing 2 video files

Video from security camera at Citgo Gas Station, 801 S. Joyce Street, Arlington, Virginia. Submitted to FAVIAU to determine if video showed impact of plane into Pentagon. Determined not to show impact. Obtained by FBI on 9/11/2001.

* One (1) JVC EHG Hi-Fi videocassette, labeled Day 11 Quarters K

Video from security camera at Doubletree Hotel, 300 Army Navy Drive, Arlington, Virginia. Security video showing rotating footage from different camera locations at hotel; no camera captures impact of plane into Pentagon.

* One (1) TDK video tape marked "11C"

Images captured by two separate cameras at the entrance to the Pentagon Mall Terrace parkinng lot. Images capture the impact of the plane into the Pentagon from two different cameras. Obtained from the Pentagon Force Protection Agency via USA/EDVA.

* One (1) CD-ROM


Now tell me, exactly which tapes were to have been taping that "exact spot" prior to the impact? The guy that was driving by? The rescue personnel? The fire fighters? The cameras from far away on the parking garages that only could see the smoke after the impact? The REDIRECTED camera at Arlington National Cemetery? Geeze Thermo, at least READ the pages first before you start to spout off such nonsense. And if you did read them, I sure hope your reading comprehension is up to par.

Oh goodness me, they misspelled "videotape"!
That automatically discredits any information given on this site! This is much worse than Jones' botched paper, or all the other mistakes, that the TM has done, all because the word "videotape" was misspelled! Lordy lordy!
I sure do wish your reading comprehension was as good as your spelling abilities.

And I take it the FBI just had to go to a Kinkos in Florida looking for video of the Pentagon crash too eh?

Videos received on 10/15/2001 at Quantico. These videos were collected from surveillance cameras at multiple Kinko's in South Florida.

* One (1) TDK 1-160 VHS video tape
* One (1) VHS video tape
* One (1) SONY T-160 VHS video tape
* One (1) SONY T-160 VHS video tape
* One (1) SONY T-160 VHS video tape
* One (1) SONY T-160 VHS video tape
* One (1) SONY T-160 VHS video tape
* One (1) SONY T-160 VHS video tape

Cause you know, those surveillance cameras at Kinkos can see 1,000 miles as clear as a bell!


[edit on 6/10/2010 by GenRadek]




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