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9/11 Flight 93 Rare Footage


Ultra-rare news footage from the crash site of United Flight 93 which has never been seen again since 9/11.

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  1. recce1
    March 25, 2010 at 2:01 am

    I suppose the photos taken immediately after the crash showing main gear and engine parts were faked just like the Pentagon photos of parts, right? Have you ever seen the results of a plane hitting the ground at a steep angle at high speed. Not much is left except landing gear parts and engine compressor parts. I remember an F-16 crash almost vertical at near supersonic speed. the biggest human part was a wrist bone. Oh the canopy was intact as the pilot tried to eject at the last moment. Have you seen a wreckage of a 135 or B-29 that hit at a shallow angle? I’ve seen several. It left quite a bit of easily identifiable evidence. In the case of the B-29 it was almost entirely intact as it crash landed into a bog. But I suppose you’ll say this AF officer who has seen aircraft wreckage is lying and part of the conspiracy.

    As for the supposed widespread wreckage of Flight 93, it was small light pieces that drifted with the wind. And the 3 to 4 miles was based on road miles to Indian Lake which was actually about 1.5 to 2 air miles. Many immediate comments were wrong or taken out of context, but conspiracy theorists cling to them as proof of their accusations. And yes, the government report was not complete nor entirely correct, again evidence of a conspiracy to some.

    But with conspiracy theorists trotting out their experts and claiming they’re pure as the driven snow while claiming experts with no government connection but denying the 911 conspiracy theory are part of a cabal there’s little hope of constructive debate.

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