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  PentagonAttackDebris

There is no debris on the lawn after the PentagonAttack that is consistent with the crash of a 100 tonne airliner.

This graphic is misleading in multiple ways. Besides depicting the 757 as stainless steel slug for which the facade is no match, in the context of this page it is used to imply that the lawn was free of debris. Actual photographs show widely scattered debris north of the impact hole center.

There is some debris from an aircraft, but nothing like what the crash of an airliner. As Killtown [WWW]comments: ([WWW]Local Copy)

    Introducing the amazing new Penta-Lawn 2000! Only the Amazing Penta-Lawn can withstand the shear punishment from the crash of a fully fueled 100 ton commercial airliner!

There are 8 foot tall cable spools for fiber optics that were just in front of the point of impact: they weren't even knocked over!

The debris is an eloquent witness to the PentagonAttack, but not the crash of a Boeing 757.

The claims in this laundry list of assertions and half-truths are addressed in this talk.
  • The original Pentagon press conferences said there was no significant sized debris from an airliner.
  • There is insufficient debris on the lawn of the Pentagon for it to have been the crash of a Boeing 757.
  • The upright cable spools are independent proof in their own right that a Boeing 757 did not crash into the Pentagon on 9/11.
  • The debris is inconsistent with the crash of a Boeing 757.
  • The debris is consistent with the crash of a small jet aircraft, or possibly an unmanned AV if it were capable of launching a "bunker-buster" missile.
  • At first glance, in the ruble photographed at the exit hole, there is no debris reminiscent of an airliner - just office debris.
  • The sole piece of crash debris purporting to be from a Boeing 757 was probably planted as it comes from the wrong side of the plane.
  • In fact there are numerous identifiable pieces in the public photographs.
  • Some pieces of the wreckage was carried away by Air Force personnel.

Also worrying is that some of the photos of the debris removal work at the Pentagon long after the attack indicate that they are taking against contamination, perhaps because of the presence of DepletedUranium.
911Review.org is very fond of the idea that Depleted Uranium was used in the attack. Because such an event would have required a massive untennable cover-up, it has high value as a nonsense weapon. Meanwhile, 911Review.org avoids the provable facts of the Pentagon strike that indicate official complicity -- such as the targeting of the nearly empty portion.

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