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Originally posted by muzzleflash
reply to post by Remedylane
They could have landed the plane at a military base and shipped the people off to nightmare hall at dulce or something theres no way to know anything possible.
Just stop thinking about the people on the plane for 1 minute please.
And look at the actual wreckage on the day of the attack.
The debris field does not match a mid sized jet airliner. It matches something much smaller, about 1/4th the size.
This is pure common sense. Just look at the photographs and examine them. Look closely.
Originally posted by ATH911
reply to post by tommyjo
Was the tail section inside the Pentagon?
Originally posted by Remedylane
Originally posted by hthjason
and see how you feel. It's a very strong argument that adds to yours.
Where are the passengers of that flight?
Here is the passenger list. These people died. You can pick just about any of the names and google it with 9-11 and find their funeral home guest books, or something the family set up. Now, did their plane crash into the Pentagon?? I dont know.. But it crashed somewhere. I dont believe we have the full truth about 9-11.. Never will.. But these arent made up people.
American Airlines Flight 77: A Boeing 757 en route from Dulles Airport near Washington to Los Angeles. The plane was carrying 58 passengers, four flight attendants and two pilots. It crashed into the Pentagon about 9:40 a.m.
* Charles Burlingame, 51, Va., captain
* David Charlebois, Washington, D.C., first officer
* Michele Heidenberger, 57, Chevy Chase, Md., flight attendant
* Jennifer Lewis, 38, Culpeper, Va., flight attendant
* Kenneth Lewis, 49, Culpeper, Va., flight attendant
* Renee May, 39, Baltimore, flight attendant
* Paul Ambrose, 32, physician
* Yeneneh Betru, 35, Burbank, Calif., director of medical affairs, IPC
* MJ Booth
* Bernard Brown, 11, student, Leckie Elementary School (Washington)
* Suzanne Calley, 42, San Martin, Calif., Cisco Systems Inc.
* William E. Caswell, 54, Silver Spring, Md., physicist, U.S. Navy
* Sarah Clark, 65, Columbia, Md., sixth-grade teacher, Backus Middle School (Washington)
* Zandra Cooper, Annandale, Va.
* Asia Cottom, 11, student, Backus Middle School (Washington)
* James Debeuneure, 58, Upper Marlboro, Md., fifth-grade teacher, Ketcham Elementary School (Washington)
* Rodney Dickens, 11, student, Ketcham Elementary School (Washington)
* Eddie Dillard
* Charles Droz, 52, Springfield, Va., vice president for software development, EM Solutions Inc.
* Barbara G. Edwards, 58, Las Vegas, Nev., teacher, Palo Verde High School in Las Vegas
* Charles S. Falkenberg, 45, University Park, Md., research director, ECOlogic Corp.
* Dana Falkenberg, 3, University Park, Md.
* Zoe Falkenberg, 8, University Park, Md.
* James Joe Ferguson, 39, Washington, D.C., educational outreach director, National Geographic Society
* Darlene ''Dee'' Flagg, 63, Millwood, Va.
* Wilson ''Bud'' Flagg, 63, Millwood, Va., retired Navy Admiral and pilot, American Airlines
* Richard P. Gabriel Sr., 54, Great Falls, Va., founder, Stratin Consulting
* Ian Gray, 55, Washington, D.C., healthcare consulting firm president
* Stanley Hall, 68, Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.
* Bryan Jack, 48, Alexandria, Va., senior executive, Defense Department
* Steven D. ''Jake'' Jacoby, 43, Alexandria, Va., chief operating officer, Metrocall Inc.
* Ann Judge, 49, Great Falls, Va., travel officer manager, National Geographic Society
* Chandler Keller, 29, El Segundo, Calif., propulsion engineer, Boeing Co.
* Yvonne Kennedy
* Norma Khan, 45, Reston, Va., nonprofit organization manager,
* Karen A. Kincaid, 40, lawyer, Wiley Rein & Fielding in Washington
* Dong Lee, 48, Leesburg, Va., engineer, Boeing Co.
* Dora Menchaca, 45, Santa Monica, Calif., associate director of clinical research for biotech firm
* Christopher Newton, 38, Ashburn, Va., executive, WorkLife Benefits
* Barbara Olson, 45, TV commentator and lawyer
* Ruben Ornedo, 39, Los Angeles, Calif., propulsion engineer, Boeing Co.
* Robert Penniger, 63, Poway, Calif., electrical engineer, BAE Systems
* Robert R. Ploger III, 59, Annandale, Va., software architect, Lockheed Martin Corp.
* Lisa J. Raines, 42, Great Falls, Va., senior vice president, Genzyme Corp.
* Todd Reuben, 40, Potomac, Md., tax and business lawyer
* John Sammartino, 37, Annandale, Va., technical manager, XonTech Inc.
* Yang Shuyin, 61, Beijing, China
* Diane Simmons
* George Simmons
* Mari-Rae Sopper, 35, Santa Barbara, Calif., women's gymnastics coach, UC Santa Barbara
* Robert Speisman, 47, Irvington, N.Y., diamond industry salesman
* Norma Lang Steuerle, 54, Alexandria, Va.
* Hilda Taylor, sixth grade teacher at Leckie Elementary School in Washington
* Leonard Taylor, 44, Reston, Va., technical group manager, XonTech Inc.
* Sandra Teague, 31, physical therapist, Georgetown University Hospital
* Leslie A. Whittington, 45, University Park, Md., professor, Georgetown University
* John Yamnicky, 71, Waldorf, Md.
* Vicki Yancey, 44, Springfield, Va., Vredenburg
* Zheng Yuguang, 65, Beijing, China
Originally posted by TedHodgson
Its not impossible just because you dont belive it
You have some good points but no supporting evidence that backs your accussations
However it is IMPOSSIBLE that you have analyised all the evidence.
Im not saying your wrong, im saying you cant prove your right, Mainly because TPTB dont make it easy to obtain such evidence.edit on 14/1/11 by TedHodgson because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Helmkat
reply to post by youngdrodeau
Planes are real.
Planes can crash.
The Pentagon is real.
The Pentagon is not indestructable.
Fact: A plane could of and did hit the Pentagon.