There is NO VIEW of the ´impact zone´ OR the lightpoles from his stated position.Streetview from an even BETTER position 30 metres to the right of Morin´s POV.
Tell me how he saw the lightpoles or the plane ´impact´ from here.
Zooming in gives us a view of the Southwest corner of the Pentagon.
Remember to deduct 1 metre off the height of this view due to the streetcam´s placement. He had NO view. He saw the fireball.
Here is the view of the Navy Annex from between lightpole 1 and 2.Lightpole 1 to the Navy Annex
Again. No view.
To emphasise this here is a photo taken within minutes of the explosion.
Here is Jason Ingersoll´s shot from roughly the same position as
The SOUTH face the Pentagon is what can be seen here.
Notice where the smoke is coming from. He MAY have had a view of the
top floor but given that this pic was taken within minutes of the explosion we can see hiis view was not only blocked by ´trees to the Northeast´ but by the cars parked.
If it is suggested that he had time to get into a better position
does that mean detractors are conceding that the plane was travelling much slower as he said (350-400 knots)? After all given the ´3.7 seconds´ to reach lightpole 1 just how far would he have gotten?
He had a view?
No. Again he saw the fireball.
Did he see a lightpole being struck?