- Did Global Hawk Hit The Pentagon?
- From Dick Eastman
- The Highest Treason Substantiated
- Christopher Bollyn has long maintained that a global
hawk was used. Peter Wakefield Sault also supports the missile or cruise
missile theory over the small pplane theory.
- The small plane theory -- merely demonstrates that there
exists one delivery system that would explain the data.
- THis information certainly tips the scale for the missile
thesis. I have also seen statements by a woman who insists a missile passed
by her location. This, however, might have been the other "impactor"
that hit on the second floor south of pillar 19.
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- Pentagon Eyewitness IDs Global Hawk
- Samuel Danner (electrical engineer for AmTrak), was involved
in the clean-up at the Pentagon crash site and inspected the debris at
the site. He said, "It was not a Boeing 757 that hit the Pentagon.
The plane looked like a hump-back whale." He thinks a Global Hawk
hit the Pentagon. (There were only seven made as of 9/11/01 and two were
missing at the time.)
- Danner is a former pilot. He said the aircraft that hit
the Pentagon was very quiet with one engine near the back. He also saw
a second plane overhead and wonders if it was controlling the plane that
hit the Pentagon. He walked the lawn and picked up small pieces of debris
with others. He did not see any bodies from the aircraft.
- As an EMT, he ran over to help at the pentagon, but found
no bodies, no wreckage from a boeing aircraft on the scene. He smelled
cordite and he saw a 3-foot single engine on the ground there. He picked
up graphite pieces similar to the composite wings on a global hawk.
- This engine matches the description of the single engine
of a globalhawk. The globalhawk is a UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) but
could not have caused the damage if it wasn't containing a bunker-busting
missle deployed on impact. The plane observed overhead might have been
the plane controlling the remotely- controlled mission.
- If a 757 had crashed into the pentagon, then there would
have been aluminum all over the grass and two 9-foot diameter engines.