Wednesday, May 17, 2006

New 9/11 video's

One of the main conspiracy theories around the pentagon attacks is that a missile hit the Pentagon and the Government did not realse car park footage to hid this. From Daily Telegraph.

The United States government has released new video footage of the September 11 2001 attack on the Pentagon.

A CCTV camera in a Pentagon car park caught the moment a hijacked aeroplane was flown into the Pentagon and exploded into a ball of flames.

American Airlines flight 77 hit the south west side of the military headquarters, killing 189 people.

The video clips last for around two minutes, but the nose of the jet is seen for only a fraction of a second before the explosion. It is followed by footage of flames and smoke.

The film was released after an application from pressure group Judicial Watch under the freedom of information act.

Consider the speed of a missile and the time to create a fireball I would say the above is probably a plane. But without doing any calculations. Who knows

I wonder what Mr Stack thinks.


squid said...

This video was released 4 years ago, nothing new here

Simon said...

No I don't think they were stills were realsed but not the actual footage.

Anonymous said...

"Who knows?"
Logical, sane people, that's who.

Anonymous said...

This video was released because a lobby group called Judicial Watch took the US government to court to get all the CCTV footage released. After the plane hit on 9/11, the fbi went around and collected 85 videos from CCTV cameras pointing at the pentagon (from nearby petrol stations, hotels, traffic cameras, etc). Some of these cameras were pointing directly at the spot from across the street and would have gotten a fantastic video. Why didn't they release those?
Judicial Watch is going back to court shortly to get the other 84 videos.

Anonymous said...

Plane looked very small. Anyone thing so? not that you got to see much of it.

Eamonn said...

That struck me too Maca, it looked very low to the ground, but then again its only a white flash followed by an explosion in the next frame. If that was a boeing, it was one hell of a pilot who flew at those speeds,at that altitude.