posted on Apr, 28 2013 @ 09:14 AM
reply to post by thesmokingman
I would think, IF it ws lowered in as planted "evidence", it could have been done by just about anyone. Meaning, not necessarily part of a splinter
group within the US, Israel, or supernational government entity, someone who is part of a grand conspiracy, but literally 'anyone' with the means
and access to do so. Possibly someone who feels very strongly in their conviction that the official story is true, and came up with a plan to plant
evidence they felt would help add credibility to the official story.
However, it seems this evidence, if planted, would only serve to quell those who believe there were no planes at all. The vast majority of people
believe planes WERE flown into the buildings, the differences in opinion are between whether it was simply al Queda terrorists who hatched and
executed the plan, whether there was involvement from factions within the US and/or other governments, and whether the planes / resultant fires alone
caused the buildings to collapse.
Considering how fringe the group who believes the planes only existed in CGI is (not judging whether they're right or wrong here) - they are the only
ones whose opinion would possibly be affected by this. They are so few, percent
age-wise, and very few of them would change their mind based on this, that it just doesn't seem to be worth any sort of effort.
Now that the story has gone the way it has, if the gov't comes out and says it was planted, a hoax, etc., it would likely only create more
official-story disbelievers, so they're going to have to stick with it whether they were involved in planting it or not.
Though I am leaning toward it being planted, I just don't see thr point. Maybe i'm missing something - or maybe it was just some dumb-arse who did