Researchers present new eyewitness testimony which they say proves the government's story to be a "monstrous lie"
A three year independent investigation into the
September 11, 2001 attack on the Pentagon has yielded new eyewitness evidence
which, according to the Southern California-based researchers who conducted the
investigation, "conclusively (and unfortunately) establishes as a historical
fact that the violence which took place in Arlington
that day was not the result of a surprise attack by suicide hijackers, but
rather a military black operation involving a carefully planned and skillfully
They have compiled the most pertinent testimony into
an 81 minute video presentation entitled National
Security Alert, which has earned the respect and praise of a growing
number of distinguished academics, journalists, writers, entertainers, pilots,
and military personnel.
The investigation involved multiple trips to the
scene of the crime in Arlington, Virginia, close
scrutiny of all official and unofficial data related to the event, and, most
importantly, first-person interviews with dozens of eyewitnesses, many of which
were conducted and filmed in the exact locations from which they witnessed the
plane that allegedly struck the building that day. It was primarily conducted by two men named
Craig Ranke and Aldo Marquis, also known as Citizen Investigation Team, or
"There were a growing number of people in the United States and around the world who were suspicious of the government's story about what had happened at the Pentagon that day," Ranke explains. "The doubts were initially fueled by the dubious damage to the building, which seemed incompatible with a 757 crash, the deliberate lack of transparency by the authorities, and many other issues, but they really intensified after a team of professional pilots (Pilots for 9/11 Truth) analyzed the data obtained from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) via a Freedom of Information Act request in 2006, which was supposedly from the black box of American Airlines Flight 77, and found that the last reported altitude of the plane was far too high to have struck the light poles or the building. This meant that either the plane did not cause the observed physical damage, that the government had released fraudulent data, or both."
"We were tired of the cover-up, but we were also
frustrated with the dead-end theorizing that was taking place", says Marquis of
the project's genesis. "We knew that the only way we were ever going to
know what had really happened was if we actually went to the area, knocked on
doors, and interviewed everyday people about what they saw."
When these eyewitness accounts are aggregated, they
paint a very disturbing picture, say the researchers.