posted on Oct, 7 2010 @ 04:58 PM
Originally posted by vipertech0596
reply to post by ipsedixit
First she tries to pass herself off as an Officer,
Isn't one who works in an office an "officer".
Just joking. I don't have the time or interest to look into this aspect of the story. If
it's true and a lie, it was unwise, since it would be absurdly easy to expose a lie like that. Rank in the military can be a floating thing depending
on circumstances, but I'm not trying to defend her on that charge. I'll grant you the point. It may go to witness credibility, but not far, in my
Then she tries to claim that she was given a personal tour of the super secret defenses of the Pentagon, now she says she was "told" about
Was she seriously trying to deceive with the first story or speaking imprecisely until made to be specific? Again, this would amount to a fish story,
Then she tries to sue everyone.......
She was poorly advised, I believe. It hardly goes to her character.
She said she didn't see bodies, other than those of co-workers, luggage or airplane parts, including seats. She walked out of the hole the plane was
supposed to have entered through. She said she wasn't covered in jet fuel and saw no evidence of the presence of an aircraft.
Did anyone anywhere see burning people running out of the building on fire from jet fuel?
Watch the Fox footage at archive.org and you will see that the black smoke associated with the Pentagon fire is coming from a very, very small fire in
the diesel generator parked in front of the building and not from the building at all. That fire could have been put out in five minutes, yet was
allowed to burn for a very long time, probably well over an hour. Is that what they call a cosmetic
burn? It looked very impressive on the news
and no doubt helped to convince people that a jet fuel fire had occurred at the Pentagon, but as Ms. Gallop knows, no such thing happened.