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If 3 world trade center buildings were brought down by remote demolition, why couldn't the planes have also been remotely flown? If the government needed an outcome, absolutely, why not insure it with remote precision flying? Amateur, crazed pilots persuaded with questionable methods could possibly mess up. The real truth was obvious to some, immediately, after just casual observations.
Viking, that is exactly what happened imho. Dov Zakheim and defense outfit SPC were capable of outfitting Boeings with remote flight technology. Dov Zakheim is the real "Bin Laden".
http://beforeitsnews.com/story/184/118/JFK_ASSASSINATION:_E._Howard_Hunts_Confession.htmlThere is some new information also on Kennedy. Howard Hunt supposedly names the men who killed him.
The object, whether it was a jet or a missle was definetly remotely guided. There is no way an amateur pilot could have pulled that off. The object struck the pentagon at ground level and at a perfect heading. If anyone remembers, the media went on and on about these "terroists" never being concearned with landing in thier flight lessons.Well, the maneuver on the pentagon was an exceptional landing maneuver. What ever hit the pentagon was not a jet being piloted by an amatuer.
Iran Contra scum did 9/11?How about Israeli Zionist scum, hmmm?Coward.
E. Howard Hunt was a liar to the end. He spoke some truth but he no doubt left a lot out. he didn't mention James Angleton did he? How about Dulles or Bush? I doubt it.
I was a mere five years old when I find out in a rather cruel way that Santa Claus didn't exist.And on the day of 9/11, I realized within the hour it wasn't the framed 19 Ayyyrabs, one who couldn't even fly a single-engine Cessna, one of the easiest planes to fly, buy he was able to pull amazing stunt manuevers with one of the world's largest and most demanding planes to fly, the Boeing 757 into the Pentagon?
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