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What really happened on 9/11
Transcript of What really happened on 9/11
On 9.11 The Four Events of 9.11 I know who did it! Where did the plane go? 16 ft hole, 124 foot plane? 144 ft Wing Span, 63 ft hole. 155 ft tip to tip. Penetrated 3 walls Each wall had 36 inches of steel concrete Total: 9 feet of steel reinforced concrete It's a plane! It's a..? It's a plane! It's a..? It's a plane! It's a..? The World Trade Center Identical. "Floor by floor it started poppin' out... pow! pow! pow! pow!..." -NYC Firemen "... [they told me] we've had such a great loss of life, the smartest thing to do would be to pull it. They made the decision to pull..."
-Larry Stevenson Real Demolition North Tower Falling Motive Works Cited http://www.theforbiddenknowledge.com/hardtruth/hunt_the_boeing.htm http://www.911inplanesite.com/ Let's Play a Game. “There was no plane,” Ernie Stull, mayor of Shanksville “My sister and a good friend of mine were the first ones there,” Stull said. “They were standing on a street corner in Shanksville talking. Their car was nearby, so they were the first here—and the fire department came. Everyone was puzzled, because the call had been that a plane had crashed. But there was no plane.”
“They had been sent here because of a crash, but there was no plane?” the reporter asked.
“No. Nothing. Only this hole.” "There's a crater gouged in the earth, the plane is pretty much disintegrated. There's nothing left but scorched trees," said Mark Stahl, of Somerset, who went to the scene." -CNN (09/11/01)