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John Doe II Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-17-05 01:29 PM
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3. I have to respectfully disagree
The two witnesses you quote haven't been "curiously" left out but are mentioned as witnesses who saw the plane coming in from northwest.
And the question is indeed decisive where the plane came from.
Either UA 93 came from northwest or it crossed the Indian Lake coming from the east. Given the witnesses who saw one plane from northwest and also witnesses who remarked the plane from the east, moreover the raining debris that cannot be explained by any wind the article simply presents all possible scenarios.

The article also proves that the official explantion is clearly refuted by evidences.
The article also proves that every scenario that implies a last minute decision to shoot down is clearly refuted by evidences.
The article proves that all scenarios that account for the evidences clearly prove that what happened to UA 93 was an inside job.

Therefore it is iof minor importance what and why the plane coming in from northwest was doing strange maneouvres and strange sounds (although this question deserves attention) but it presents a case that proves the official theory is a hoax. This proof is as far as I can see a irrefutable proof.
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