... From: Paul Andrew Mitchell To: SupremeLaw Sent: Friday, December 7, 2012 3:08 PM Subject: Private
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----- Forwarded Message ----- From: Paul Andrew Mitchell <supremelawfirm@...> To: SupremeLaw <supremelaw@...> Sent: Friday, December 7, 2012 3:08 PM Subject: Private Attorney General responds to video: "NEW: 9/11 Hotel Video Released of NO PLANE hitting the Pentagon!"
The incoming A-3 Skywarrior would NOT have been visible in the latter video recording,
because of the low altitude of that jet during its final approach (last 2-3 seconds before impact).
The following frame sequences are valuable PROVIDED that one realizes that the frame at row 1 / column 1 is NOT the correct original frame
-- necessarily implying further tampering of evidence in a homicide case -- and those frames have been re-sampled to a much lower pixel resolution before they were released by the Pentagon:
The Comment about April Gallop's statements is misleading,
because the A-3 definitely disintegrated when it encountered the AGM's shock wave: also, it is very likely that the incoming A-3 was packed with jet fuel and TNT, both of which added much more energy to that explosion.
(We also suspect that the remote-control pilot(s) must have practiced on hard-wired computer workstations, where electronic latencies would have been relatively minimal; during the actual event, however, there would have been additional signal transmission latencies,
which delayed the launch just long enough for the A-3 to encounter the AGM's shock wave when that shock wave was most intense:
for a "perfect" hit, the pilot(s) would have needed to launch the AGM just a little sooner:
that would have caused the AGM's shock wave to attenuate much more, allowing the incoming A-3 to pass through that shock wave without such extreme, and damaging, turbulence.)
Therefore, the only "parts" of that plane that would have been
visible after the fires were extinguished, would be debris sections that were slammed against the reinforced concrete columns and walls: such debris parts are plainly visible in the photos included in this article:
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