In addition to the obvious problem that the huge trees would have wrecked the shot completely, notice how the Red Building Gets taller, the Black Building behind the invisible 19 Rector Street also moves taller, and some of the distant buildings in the upper right move up significantly on screen. That can only happen if those buildings were filmed from further back, say from a helicopter out over the water. We can completely rule out NIST's claim that the Hezarkhani video was shot from ground level near the Castle Clinton National Monument. It's a fake, plain and simple.
Thanks to Killtown and Peggy Carter. Water's edge shot. If you want to back up further you're going to have to swim, and you're contradicting NIST. The shot doesn't work from a boat either, or a helicopter for that matter.
As you can see from the pictures here, they didn't try too hard to even put the World Trade Centers in the right spot. If the footage were actually taken from Battery Park as NIST claims the towers would look a lot shorter relative to the trees and buildings in the foreground.http://www.bigfoto.com/sites/galery/sept11/
The perspective changes quite a bit in the Hezarkhani CNN Ghostplane video. The treeline he's showing on the zoom out are actually the trees further up in the park, as if he were standing in the clearing in the park out beside Castle Clinton, but then the tops of the buildings are completely out of position. It's a fake video made from lots of different photos of the location and animated together. Moreover the video uses extensive still panning. If you watch the CNN video frame by frame you'll see that there's no camera movement, just animation and still panning on a 2-D background. It's not even close to real video plus an animated plane.
Whatever study they used for their fake video was probably taken from the air and considerably further back. They then did a half-assed simulation of a Battery Park camera angle so that they could claim Hezarkhani took the footage. It's an animation sequence, not a video that was shot on 9/11 with a plane inserted into it. Notice in particular how high the tops of the WTC buildings are in the Hezarkhani fake CNN Ghostplane video. They appear much lower on real photos taken from Battery Park.
What NIST says here is simply impossible and the CNN Ghostplane video has been completely debunked.http://killtown.blogspot.com/2007/08/nist-...-at-ground.html
Fabulous find by behind
QUOTE (behind @ Aug 7 2007, 11:37 PM)
But about who took the footage then in Nist ncstar 1-2, Chapter 6 (pg.151) aircraft impact initial conditions, they used this video (and others) for their analysis.
And in tabel 6-1 they say: "Video file V4, footage taken at ground level near the Castle Clinton National Monument
And in Appendix E (end of the report) is the still images from the video with the Michael Hezarkhani name on it (photo above)wtc.nist.gov/NISTNCSTAR1-2.pdf
See also: Filmer Of Accused Fake Wtc Crash Video, won't disclose shot location
It was proven a long time ago that the CNN Ghostplane shot can't be taken from any point on land so the NIST description is just the final nail in the coffin.
Here's video from every single location near, in, and around the Castle Clinton National Monument http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m866D5Hea6A
The supposed cameraman isn't even allowed to say where he was on 9/11: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOeNUax-gaw
You can now eliminate any doubt about the CNN video MAYBE having been taken SOMEWHERE. They guy who supposedly shot it can't talk about, and NIST relied on it and gave out the location where it was shot, and we've proven that that location is impossible. So it's fake. A hoax. We can say that with absolute certainty now, which is great. We don't need to get a boat or a helicopter.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m866D5Hea6A
Hey Sanders, it was proven a long time ago and actually it's gotten many hundreds of thousands of views on internet video sites.
We can completely rule out NIST's claim that the Hezarkhani video was shot from ground level near the Castle Clinton National Monument. It's a fake, plain and simple.http://unauthorized
link.com/33hq7e lays out everything you need to prove that the CNN footage was fake. As Peggy points out when you get up high enough to see over the trees you have a 37-story skyscraper called 19 Rector Street that is plainly visible. If you get in front of the trees at the Water's edge and stand near Castle Clinton where NIST says the video was taken from you can clearly see 19 Rector Street and the skyline doesn't even remotely match up with the fake CNN video.
You might not be able to pick up a math book and understand the proofs in it. That doesn't mean that something hasn't been proven. Just because you're not willing to do the work required to understand something doesn't mean I have to make a video to spoon feed you. I know you don't care all that much about the people who were murdered on 9/11 because you can't fly yourself to New York city and go to Battery Park. Tell your Pilot friends to go recreate the Hezarkhani video themselves. I'm not interested in teaching remedial math to the lazy.
I already posted video that contradicts NIST and the Hezarkhani fake. Which part went over your head? You can't understand that the images don't match? What's your problem? Bad eyesight?
Stop being a lazy bum and do some work for a change. This isn't your TV set. Get yourself a camera and a ticket to NYC or please STFU. I really can't stand lazy whiners and shills who throw out accusations of disinfo.
Is that asking too much from you, Sanders?
OK, after I posted this I see that you're doing some real work analyzing the images which is at least proof that you're not a lazy bum, so I'm sorry for the name calling above. I still think that you and your less lazy Pilot friends should go to NYC. The overlay shot is from the Water's edge. You can't take a shot that matches up with the CNN Fake because it's a composite image. The perspective changes throughout the video. It's made up of some aerial shots taken over the water, and some pictures taken from within the park, and it doesn't work from any location. If you think I'm wrong, the ONLY thing you have to do is go to NYC, stand near Castle Clinton at Ground Level just like NIST says, and shoot the Hezarkhani video yourself. It should match up perfectly except for the missing WTC. The skyscrapers haven't moved an inch. When you're out over the water, by the way, 19 Rector Street towers above the treeline.
The CNN Video is fake. TV Fakery has been proven, the only people denying it now are working for the terrorists or are willfully ignorant. If you genuinely care you'll go to NYC and make your own video. Right? You do care enough to spend time and money on this right?
PPS, OK, I see that you say you're in Japan. I've put up video from over 20 locations in Battery Park, and there's no "too far to the left or not far enough to the left" nonsense going on. The CNN video is fake. The buildings are out of position. If I draw you a map of Japan and I put Tokyo up in Hokkaido and then you go and take pictures of Japan and draw me a real map, I don't get credit for saying that in your picture Tokyo is too far north, and you should have filmed from the Arctic Circle or should have Filmed from Kyushu. The CNN video shows things in the wrong place. It's fake. If you see George Washington on a 1000 Yen Note and you claim its fake, and then you go post video which shows that you went to 20 different banks and filmed transactions and the 1000 Yen note doesn't have George Washington on it. I don't win by telling you to go to a different bank and saying that I live in New York City and if I were in Japan I would go to an ATM machine and get a 1000 Yen Note with George Washington on it to show you how stupid you are.
Tokyo isn't in Hokkaido, a real 1000 Yen note doesn't have George Washington on the face of it, and the CNN Ghostplane Hezarkhani Fake Video was not shot at Ground Level Near The Castle Clinton National Monument. It wasn't shot anywhere. It's as fake as a $3 bill. It's like a tatami mat made of unicorn feathers or those Rolex watches you can get for $30 in front of the train station. IT IS NOT REAL.