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Evidence Mounts: CIA Insider Tells 911 Truth

Evidence Mounts: CIA Insider Tells 911 Truth 1

The evidence has grown. It would be impossible for “stock” Boeing 767s, to be flown by guys that could barely fly a Cessna 172. The Boeing 767 would come apart at 560 MPH at sea level. Professional 767 Pilots can not replicate the flights into the Towers, let alone the Pentagon, in 757-767 flight simulators (after many attempts).

Considering the catastrophic incidents of September 11 2001 , certain troubling but irrefutable conclusions must be drawn from the known facts, and I get no personal pleasure or satisfaction from reporting my assessment of these facts.

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