The Pentagon 911 We Know
One of the four sites "targeted" by the alleged 9/11 hijackers, the Pentagon may be the thickest part of the thicket. First we have the official flight path, a tight circle and descent that defies Boeing 757 capabilities, and certainly those of an amateur pilot like Hani Hanjour. Then we have a 16-foot hole in the wall of the building, with no verifiable plane wreckage and no damage to the building from the plane's wings. Then we have the witnesses.
(If a Boeing 757 that has a 124 FOOT wingspan did crash into the Pentagon, then shouldn't those huge wings damaged the walls or at least left some paint scratches?
You can barely scrape a brick or concrete wall with your car door and it leaves paint smudges, so where's that type of evidence in the above picture?)
Enter the work of two stalwart young men from California, known as CIT (for Citizen Investigation Team). Craig Ranke and Aldo Marquis have obtained and recorded many eyewitness accounts of a white low-flying jet and an explosion ensuing thereafter. Did the plane strike the Pentagon, or was this a psy-op flyover intended to make people THINK the plane had flown into the building, with explosives doing the rest of the work? 9/11 was in its entirety a "psychological operation" -- designed to radically change the views and emotions of Americans, conditioning them to give up freedoms and experience fear as never before.
Visit the CIT website.
CIT's newest video is getting a ton of attention ... but major 9/11 websites make no report of it. Why?
We finally have the Pentagon evidence tightly and succinctly laid out, in fatal conflict with the government's story, and nobody wants to talk about it. Makes you wonder!
Look at the picture above. You see two plane approaches -- one reported by the government and the other reported by independent witnesses. Here you have the witnesses' own drawings of the plane's trajectory (see yellow lines). The little white circles in the red flight path (south side of the Citgo gas station) are the famous "downed light poles," which were official "proof" that Flight 77 struck the Pentagon. Yet the independent witnesses reported seeing a plane come in from the north side of the Citgo station, and some said it then "pulled up." Look at the north side approach -- it misses the light poles altogether.Craig Ranke Interviewed - September 2009
What did the white plane do ...? "Pulling up" means it passed over the building, just as a big fireball and explosion went off at the Pentagon itself. (Watch CIT's "North Side Flyover" DVD for the full witness interviews.) What happened to the real American Airlines Flight 77? No one knows. It was lost from radar as early as 8:56. Could the white plane that witnesses saw have been Flight 77? No. American Airlines planes are silver; witnesses reported seeing a white or off-white plane. Did anything hit the Pentagon? See CIT's new website www.CitizenInvestigationTeam.com for the the best information collected to date on 9/11 and the Pentagon.
The Flight Path
The official story tells us that a Boeing 757 (allegedly American Airlines Flight 77) swooped in from south side of the [former] Citgo gas station and knocked down five light poles before hitting the west side of the Pentagon. (Interestingly, this was where an investigation into the $2.3 trillion missing from the Pentagon's coffers was taking place, and it also happened to be a region of the building that was undergoing renovation.) But 13 independent witnesses unanimously say they saw a plane coming in from the north side of the gas station. The famous "downed light poles" cited by authorities as proof that a plane struck the building are in line with the south-side path, as was all the "physical damage" we were shown. Questions remain ... Why is there no damage to the Pentagon's lawn, and why do witnesses insist that the plane they saw was on the north side?
Here you have it -- eyewitness evidence that CRUSHES the official story of the Pentagon attack. Watch this interview with CIT's Craig Ranke and make up your own mind.
Craig Ranke on Matrix News Network part 1
Lloyde England, the Cab Driver
The plot gets weirder. Here is an elderly black taxicab driver who claims his Lincoln Town Car was struck by one of the falling light poles as the Boeing 757 headed for the famous Pentagon strike. (Remember, this is nowhere near where 13 witnesses place the plane.) Lloyde England was interviewed extensively by the media on national TV and considered a hero of 9/11. (His wife, interestingly, works for the FBI.) The story is that Lloyde's car was headed south on Washington Boulevard, traveling at 40 miles per hour when it was hit. He slammed on his brakes, coming to a skidding stop on the side of the road.
Lloyde claims the streetlight was sticking out of his car when he stopped. His story is that a silent stranger came over to help him pull the enormous metal pole out of it. Amazingly, there is not a SCRATCH on the hood of Lloyde's car, and nor did the light pole mar the upholstery, as shown by the photos below. A pole like this is about 40 feet tall and weighs some 250 pounds.
Telling Excerpts from Lloyde England
Watch this 9-minute YouTube video from CIT that got 20,000 hits over a single weekend ... Here, the Pentagon cab driver admits the whole event was planned and he was "a small man ... in it." (For the full interviews, watch the DVD "Lloyde England and his Taxicab: The Eye of the Storm")
Lloyde England and His Taxi Cab - The Eye of the Storm
This video was originally released on 10/29/2008 as a follow-up to the presentation "The First Known Accomplice?" It chronicles Citizen Investigation Team's (CIT) surreal, intense, and disturbing personal experience with the famous (now infamous) taxicab driver Lloyde England who claims that the windshield of his cab was speared by a 40 foot, 247 pound light pole that was allegedly hit by the plane that allegedly hit the Pentagon on 9/11, yet did not even leave a scratch on the hood, even while he was allegedly pulling it out of the car with (according to him) the help of a silent stranger who "didn't say a word".
There is not a single photograph or eyewitness corroborating Lloyde's claim that the pole was ever in his car.
In light of the proven fact that the plane approached from the north side of the gas station we now know why Lloyde's story simply doesn't add up: the plane did not fly anywhere near that light pole.
FBI Withholding 84 More Tapes of Pentagon on 9/11