Question For Cit (and Others) About Potential Evidence Of Flyover Video
Jun 5 2011, 12:59 AM
Joined: 4-June 11
Member No.: 5,963
This is my first post. First off, great work done by CIT and P4T.
I want to get your thoughts on this video of what seems to be Porter Goss on 9/11 (presumably in D.C.). It sounds like there is an explosion and then an obvious sound of a plane flying over him and the reporters.
1. Are you familiar with this?
2. Have these people been interviewed (me thinks some of them might have seen a white plane like the one described in CIT videos)?
There has to be a way to identify these people and find out what they saw (Highly Doubt Goss would answer you questions).
Aug 27 2011, 02:38 AM
Joined: 16-October 06
From: arlington va
Member No.: 96
But we still dont know the exact time of the explosion in the Porter Goss video.
watch the rest of that BBC "clear the skies" documentary, where many of goss' actions are spelled out. but goss is officially on record as being on the floor of the House at 9:52am, where he calls everyone to a quick prayer:
The SPEAKER pro tempore. There
being no further requests for morning
hour debates, pursuant to clause 12,
rule I, the House will stand in recess
until 10 a.m. today.
Accordingly (at 9 o’clock and 20 minutes
a.m.) the House stood in recess
until 10 a.m. today.
The House was called to order by the
Speaker pro tempore (Mr. GOSS) at 9
o’clock and 52 minutes a.m., thereby
terminating the recess.
The SPEAKER pro tempore. Due to
the circumstances of today, the Chair
calls the House to order at this time.
The prayer will be offered by the
The Reverend Gerard Creedon, St.
Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, offered
the following prayer:
God of peace and life, send Your spirit
to heal our country; bring consolation
to all injured in today’s tragedy in
New York and Washington. Protect us
and help our leaders to lead us out of
this moment of crisis to a new day of
The SPEAKER pro tempore. The
House will stand in recess subject to
the call of the Chair, pursuant to
clause 12 of rule I.
Accordingly (at 9 o’clock and 53 minutes
a.m.), the House stood in recess
subject to the call of the Chair.
The recess having expired, the House
was called to order at 10 o’clock and 3
-the house goes into recess at 10:03am, and Goss and house speaker Hastert are then evacuated. my guess is that they then ended up outside of the house side of the capitol building and thats when goss gave that brief interview, a few minutes after 10am. my own personal memory of the boom is that it took place at 10:08am that day, and this would fit goss' timeline.
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