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Pandora's Black Box

The activist group Pilots for 9/11 Truth has just released a study incorporating newly-obtained data from the black box flight recorder, pulled from the wreckage of the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001.

The group claims the flight recorder's data completely and directly contradicts the notion that the aircraft hit the building.

From Yahoo News ...

a. The NTSB Flight Path Animation approach path and altitude does not support official events.
b. All Altitude data shows the aircraft at least 300 feet too high to have struck the light poles.
c. The rate of descent data is in direct conflict with the aircraft being able to impact the light poles and be captured in the Dept of Defense "5 Frames" video of an object traveling nearly parallel with the Pentagon lawn.
d. The record of data stops at least one second prior to official impact time.
e. If data trends are continued, the aircraft altitude would have been at least 100 feet too high to have hit the Pentagon.

As Robert Balsamo, co-founder of Pilots for 9/11 Truth, observes, "The information in the NSTB documents does not support, and in some instances factually contradicts, the official government position that American Airlines Flight 77 struck the Pentagon on the morning of September 11, 2001." The study was signed by fifteen professional pilots with extensive military and commercial carrier experience.
The group has produced an hour-long video, entitled "Pandora's Black Box, Chapter 2", explaining what they found in American Airlines' Flight 77 black box ...


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