9/11 Flight 77 Pentagon Crash is a Hoax?Category: News
On September 11, 2001, American Airlines Flight 77 was hijacked by five al-Qaeda affiliated terrorists less than 35 minutes into the flight. It was the third hijacked airplane as part of the coordinated 9/11 terrorist attacks on America.
At 9:37 AM EDT, the aircraft (a Boeing 757-223) was deliberately crashed into the Pentagon, the headquarters of the United States Department of Defense, located in Arlington, Virginia. All 64 people on the airliner were killed as well as 125 people who were in the building. The impact of the plane severely damaged the structure of the building and caused its partial collapse.
On May 16, 2006, two videos taken from a Pentagon checkpoint security camera were released in public for the first time in response to a December 2004 Freedom of Information Act request by Judicial Watch. Prior to that, some pictures show the Pentagon on fire but no images of the Boeing 757 striking the building have ever been made public.
Here are the videos:
With the videos, Judicial Watch hopes to debunk the conspiracy theory that the Flight 77 Pentagon crash is a hoax. Conspiracy theorists have maintained that no plane hit the Pentagon and that it was instead struck by a missile.
Here is an interesting theory presented in videos posted by user koolkid684 at YouTube:
Some points raised were:
1. The holes blasted in the Pentagon walls were too small if a Boeing 757 crashed into it.
2. There was no sign of skid marks on the lawn.
3. Only small traces of the plane were found. Nothing significantly large like a wing or engine turbine.
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