posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 12:43 PM
reply to post by Thermo Klein
I am genuinely surprised that there are still some CIT supporters around. After all, even Richard Gage has jumped ship now.
The idea that on a bright sunny morning, with thousands of people around, a large jet flew over the Pentagon and off and away without a single person
seeing it is preposterous. And the hypothesis is made even more preposterous by all of CIT's witnesses, who were in a position to see, saying it
crashed into the Pentagon.
In any event, time has moved on. To support CIT's theory you not only have to ignore radar and air traffic control evidence. Physical evidence like
light poles, cab, damage to Pentagon, plane wreckage and body parts. But we now have the final seconds of AA 77's flight data recorder decoded :-
I have yet to see any serious rebuttal of Warren Stutt and Frank Legge's paper.
So far as Roosevelt Roberts is concerned I would suggest that the evidence to be gleaned from all he has said, which is confusing, is that he saw AA
77 before it hit the Pentagon. He said he saw the plane approximately over lane 1 of south parking. My understanding is that this is very close to
what was then the cloverleaf road configuration i.e on the path of the physical damage.