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medienanalyse Donating Member (727 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat May-14-05 10:44 AM
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13. overreacting ?
me ?

I would consider those a little bit overeacting who try to prove that the perpetrators of 9/11 were "killing" the WTC.
Not once.
Not twice.
Not three times.

These "reaearchers" are so kean to prove that the planes were not planes,
but if they were they girst fired a missile out of the pod
then they sent whatever into the builings
then the kerosine was not enough
so they used additional explosives.

"Bring them down" must have been their heated combat shouting.

Who cares who they were ? Most important is, if they used bombs, kerosine, knives, fingernails, bullshit, teardrops, missiles.

Make it physical. It is not overeacting. it hepls a lot in finding the mirderers ...

BZW, you "physical" experts: take a gram of the WTC-dust, bring it to any univerits laboratory and send it through a mass spectrometer. And you have any evidence fpr explosives that you want. But my guess is: you do not want it. Better chat and chat and chat.
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