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According to Teresa, certified environmental specialist said that the amount of fuel left in the plane would have left that section of the pentagon to rubble and would have burned for days. If you look at pictures taken of the pentagon you can see that it barley suffered from fire damage. In a particular picture you can see that the third floor had a filing cabinet and a computer, the second floor has a wooden desk with no apparent fire damage and the first floor has a wooden stool with an open book on top of it, how were all these items left undamaged if a Boeing 757 hit the pentagon...
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When air plane accidents are reported the first thing you see is debris consisting of tires, luggage, chairs, wing parts, engines. So why is it that the Boeing 757 had nothing in the crash zone? There was an engine found but according to John W. Brown: “It’s not apart from any Rolls Royce engine that I am familiar with” (911 in Plane Site) The Pentagon the most secure building in the United States with cameras in ever inch, so how is it that they only released five frames, which are dated September 12, from one camera which doesn’t even show the Boeing 757 hitting the building...
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