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Pilots For 9/11 Truth Forum _ American 11 _ Flight 11 Unveiled

Posted by: Aldo Marquis CIT Jan 18 2012, 02:59 PM

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Introduction

Since September 11th 2001 there has been continual speculation and controversy about the aircraft that hit the North Tower of the World Trade Centre.

This web site will use photographic evidence, video evidence and computer simulations to show that an American Airlines 767-200 did not hit the North Tower of the World Trade Centre.

The analysis and conclusions herein will no doubt go 'against the grain' of current thinking as to the specifics of the aircrafts size and its respective impact with WTC1.

Throughout my analysis and the presentation I have tried to remain as objective as possible. Most of the visual exercises were carried out more than once. Inconclusive data was disregarded and flawed methodology was abandoned.

The photographs shown on this site have been enhanced to bring out as much detail from them as possible, while doing so I have been extremely careful not to add or remove anything from them.

Many hours of investigation and analysis have been put into this site and I hope it will allow the reader to come to the same conclusion that I have, that an American Airlines 767-200 did not strike Tower 1 of the World Trade Centre in New York on the morning of September 11th 2001.

http://x11drone.0catch.com/


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Anthony Bartolomey EMT on the first plane that hit WTC1...

"Numerous civilians were telling me that a plane had hit the building. There were discrepancies as to the type of plane. Some were saying it was a Cessna or Leer jet type, a small jet plane. Some said it was a large passenger plane. One person actually said that it was like a military style plane that actually shot missiles into the building."

Look closely, it's a "a military style plane that actually shot missiles into the building":

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