The Pentagon

One Pentagon worker, April Gallop, was actually sitting at her desk, literally 35 feet from the “point of impact” from AA Flight 77’s impact zone, yet April nor her son received a scratch and testified she saw no plane, heard no plane, saw no bodies, airplane parts, luggage, or anything at all plane-related. You can see her here:




These original images are from the original camera they were taken from on Sept. 21st, 2001. These images raise more questions than provide answers. The glaring question is, why are the walls of the Pentagon standing? Sure one section of the wall fell AFTER the event occurred, as evidenced BY THESE IMAGES. BUT why are these walls still standing after a 757 allegedly hit this Pentagon wall. If a Boeing 757 hit this wall, as the U.S. government claims, why are the walls still standing????…and where are the airplane parts, seats, luggage, bodies, etc., etc.?
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The image above is BEFORE the wall collapse, while the image BELOW is AFTER the wall collapse. WHY IS THE ENTIRE PENTAGON WALL STANDING ABOVE IF A BOEING 757 HIT IT?

The “official story” as issued and stated in the ASCE Pentagon Building Performance Report: “When American Airlines Flight 77 hit the Pentagon’s exterior wall, Ring E, it created a hole approximately 75 ft. wide. The exterior facade collapsed about 20 minutes after impact, but ASCE based its measurements of the original hole on the number of first-floor support columns that were destroyed or damaged. Computer simulations confirmed the findings.”

WHERE’S THE 75 FOOT WIDE HOLE THEY CLAIM FLIGHT 77 CREATED? WHERE’S WALDO?


Why wasn’t the hole as wide as a BOEING 757’s 124-ft.-10-in. wingspan? A crashing jet doesn’t punch a cartoon-like outline of itself into a reinforced concrete building, says ASCE team member Mete Sozen, a professor of structural engineering at Purdue University. In this case, one wing hit the ground; the other was sheared off by the force of the impact with the Pentagon’s load-bearing columns, explains Sozen, who specializes in the behavior of concrete buildings. What was left of the plane flowed into the structure in a state closer to a liquid than a solid mass. “If you expected the entire wing to cut into the building,” Sozen tells PM, “it didn’t happen.”

your-own-evidenceThe tidy hole in Ring C was 12 ft. wide—not 16 ft. ASCE concludes it was made by the jet’s landing gear, not by the fuselage.



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WHERE’S THE 75 FOOT WIDE HOLE THEY CLAIM FLIGHT 77 CREATED? DO YOU SEE IT IN THE BELOW IMAGE? DOES IT EVEN LOOK POSSIBLE A BOEING 757 STRUCK THIS PART OF THE PENTAGON WALL? THIS IS WHERE THEY SAY FLIGHT 77 STRUCK THE PENTAGON.

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