posted on Jun, 18 2011 @ 09:28 PM
In regard to the evidence that was destroyed in the Pentagon strike, it's almost a chicken/egg question here. Are we suggesting the Pentagon was hit
because of this, or that after this, everything related to the missing money was conveniently found to have been dead center in the blast zone?
I recall a story I'd read many years ago about an incident that happened in Vietnam. Apparently, one rather sunny day, the Viet Cong decided that
taking direct shots into Da Nang harbor to hit what they could was a wonderful idea. The way this story was related in the book, all they really
managed to hit was a small boathouse type building on the end of one of the jettys. Well, it seems by the way the story was written that Da Nang
harbor was not often hit directly like that and so the magic designation of 'Combat Loss' to replace gear wasn't something they could use and abuse
very often. The point to this whole thing is that by the time the final paperwork went through the system, that little boat house was said to have
held enough gear "lost in combat" to fill warehouses.
I seem to recall a little fire in St Louis at the BUPERS center in 1973 that, likewise, seemed to account for more losses in official records than
could fit into the physical space affected by the fire.
So... Chicken or the Egg? It's an interesting question because I have never heard any official denials about that 2.3 trillion dollar blooper said in
public on Sept 10.