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- 2 weeks ago
My brother was standing in the street as the second plane passed overhead and flew into the second tower. I assume it hit from the other side and that's why you can't see it in this video.
- a week ago
the most fragile part of a plane is the nose cone. google bird hits plane nose and then explain how the supposed second plane's nose cone passed through the entire building, including 2 exterior walls that used steel beams 4 ft apart, and were created with enough strength to withstand a large plane. Also there is no way that the wings would have been able to cut through all that steel. Planes are made out of the lightest possible materials, and are extremely fragile. The Twin Towers were exceptionally strong using a technique to build the strength of the structure in the outside walls instead of the center of the building like normal. Try to throw an empty pop can through literally any structural surface. It probably wouldn't even be able to break through wet cardboard. Stop using somebody else's supposed first hand knowledge as your evidence to truth. In a court of law, you have what is known as heresay, and it carries zero weight as evidence for any argument ever in history.
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CGI - No one at the time knew it was used.
What a deepstate event. Klaus Schabb had a front row seat- somehow he knew and was by to watch this unfold.
Our awesome criminal government false flag event is coming out now.
We knew it was bullshit when the second tower exploded. They'll say most everyone believed planes hit towers, but a month later no one I ever met was in agreement.