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Zaphod 36 Donating Member (38 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-17-05 02:40 PM
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7. The maneuver
Hallo and greetings to all members of DU!

Paul wrote:
When you have a plane literally upside down (as the 9/11 Commission did note in one obscure sentence), it's clearly not a case of it just coming in from one direction and hitting the ground.

I don`t think that the plain was just flying upside down.
Lets have a look to some eyewitness accounts:

"Then it just rolled over and was flying upside down for a few seconds"

Eric Peterson:
He sees a plane flying overhead unusually low. The plane seemed to be turning end-over-end as it dropped out of sight behind a tree line.

Bob Blair:
He sees the plane spiraling and flying upside down before crashing. Its not much higher than the treetops.

Remember Ernie Stull saying he knows two people who heard a missile.

I think the plane at first made a sharp right turn, than a spiral(by flying upside down) and than it climbed the ridge.
It was only one maneuver, in a very low altitude.
It made this sharp turn because it fired the missile. The plane had to avoid the explosion or the blast wave.

This maneuver was not done by a boeing.
It was done by a military jet: the "white jet".
The big explosion was not a boeing-crash, it was a missile.

Greetings, Zaphod 36
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