Video of the alleged ‘plane crash’ at the Pentagon on 9/11
A new video has surfaced of the alleged ‘plane crash’ at the Pentagon on September 11th 2001 A new video has surfaced of the alleged “plane crash” at the Pentagon on September 11th, 2001.Since the footage was confiscated from the only credible angle, which was the Gas station across the street, everything surrounding the video has been shrouded in mystery and speculation… until now. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO Anonymous reports: Many people wanted the Pentagon to release the other security tapes that were shot outside of the Pentagon. Well, that never happened. Now, why would they confiscate video from the Gas Station from across the street on 09/11/01?
Of course, they also confiscated video from the Sheritan National Hotel as well from what people have reported online. Why confiscate their surveillance videos? Don’t they have enough cameras at the Pentagon? Was the confiscation of these videos to cover up their tracks? I guess we may never know now. “Cover Ups” seem to become an everyday occurrence these days.Eric Griffiths via quro reports:Eyewitness accounts are contradictory; it must be up to you to decide which to believe.The most credible seems to be that of Samuel Danner (TOTAL 911 INFO):When he was in front of the Pentagon, traffic began to slow down. Danner noticed an airplane in the distance. He knew about the attack on the WTC, and he pulled over and got out of his car. He noticed a small aircraft in the distance coming towards him […] A couple seconds later the […] aircraft passes in front of him. He describes it as a white aircraft about the size of Gulf stream 300. The front was like a humpback whale. It was flying very low to the ground […] There was only one engine, and it was in the tail.
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