Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Dispute over Pentagon crash data

Data released to a 9/11 truth group contradict official claims about a jetliner crashing into the Pentagon, the group says.

Pilots for 9/11 Truth says that its examination of data released by the National Transportation Safety Board disclosed the following points:

. The altitude data show the aircraft was on a trajectory that would have brought it at least 300 feet above light poles that were reportedly struck.

. The rate of descent wouldn't permit the jet to have both clipped the two light poles and been caught on the FBI's "five-frames" surveillance video.

. The NTSB record of data halts at least one second before the official time of impact.

. If the data trends are continued, the aircraft would have passed 100 feet over the Pentagon roof.

The group includes pilots and other aircraft industry professionals with many hours of flight time.

Their press release is found at
http://axisoflogic.com/artman/publish/article_24288.shtml
If link fails, try http://axisoflogic.com and search "pilots for 9/11 truth"

Hopefully, the group will publish their specific analysis rather than just the conclusions.

1 Comments:

At 9:44 PM , Blogger thing said...

I like your analysis - keep it up.

 

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