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|Craig Ranke CIT||
Posted: Jun 4 2008, 11:23 AM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 29-August 07
Oh the irony.
CIT obsessed Adam Larson did a little investigating of his own and ended up CONFIRMING our claims!
In our presentation The Pentagon Flyover- How They Pulled It Off we lay out multiple lines of corroborating evidence showing how the decoy jet flew over DC skies and therefore came from east of the Potomac River which fatally contradicts the NTSB and 84 RADES data.
The testimony from Steve Chaconas confirms this proof of a military deception beyond a reasonable doubt.
The east side claim is corroborated by ATC Colin Scoggins who is heard on the NORAD tapes (Scoggins was in Boston with NEAD) relaying that the plane was reported "6 miles southeast of the White House".
We have always assumed that Scoggins was reporting what someone else was telling him they saw on radar.
Although Larson has almost completely ignored the smoking gun testimony from Steve Chaconas he actually made an effort to contact Scoggins (who is a known member of jref) to confirm or refute his "6 miles SE of the White House" statement.
The results of Larson's uncharacteristically investigative efforts were devastating to the official story and further validate the east side evidence.
Larson's piece here
Believe it or not Scoggins told Larson that he is "99% sure" that he got that information via live teleconference with FAA headquarters in downtown DC and that it came from someone who was not tracking radar.....but reporting a VISUAL estimate based on actually seeing the plane out of their window!!
Larson tries ignoring the implications of this by simply denying what Scoggins told him and claiming that 6 miles southeast OR southwest would be too difficult to see from inside the FAA headquarters on Independence Ave.
Of course this is true which means there is NO WAY they were reporting a visual of the plane on the NTSB flight path but Larson conveniently fails to acknowledge how it makes perfect sense that they could have seen it as it passed over DC as it headed towards SE of the White House just before it crossed the river as reported by Steve Chaconas!
Advice to Larson: you better stick to obfuscating what we report because the more you engage in true investigation on your own the more you're going to help confirm our claims!
Posted: Jun 5 2008, 04:03 AM
Member No.: 6
Joined: 2-December 07
Posted: Jun 6 2008, 05:33 AM
Member No.: 36
Joined: 13-February 08
That is just great.
Does he do that a lot?