Shanksville Coroner Wally Miller
Aug 5 2008, 07:21 AM
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Aug 5 2008, 02:43 PM
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From: Where I am standing on the RUINS of the 9-11 OFFICIAL STORY
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Shanksville Coroner Wally Miller was there, on the scene of the alleged Flt 93 crash site, soon after the alleged crash.
How is it that a 100 ton aircraft, allegedly almost in a vertical dive (alleged 40 degree nose-down inverted attitude) and allegedly at 563 mph, only buried 6-8 feet deep in a soft soil coal strip mine?
That seems preposterous.
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Miller was among the very first to arrive after 10:06 on the magnificently sunny morning of September 11.
He was stunned at how small the smoking crater looked, he says,
"like someone took a scrap truck, dug a 10-foot ditch and dumped all this trash into it." Once he was able to absorb the scene, Miller says,
"I stopped being coroner after about 20 minutes, because there were no bodies there."
Immediately after the crash, the seeming absence of human remains led the mind of coroner Wally Miller to a surreal fantasy:
that Flight 93 had somehow stopped in mid-flight and discharged all of its passengers before crashing.
"There was just nothing visible," he says. "It was the strangest feeling."It would be nearly an hour before Miller came upon his first trace of a body part.
Another 14 victims of Flight 93 identified
Saturday, October 27, 2001
At the same time, the high winds that buffeted the area over the last few days have dislodged additional airplane parts -- seat cushions,
wiring, carpet fragments and pieces of metal -- from trees near the crash site.
"It's all aircraft parts, no human remains," Miller said. "We've collected them in
10 recycling bin-sized containers and eventually we'll turn them all over to United."
Alleged Flight 93 debris recovered from 6-8 ft deep crater
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