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Report of Plane that Hit Pentagon Disproved

Someone is lying, but who? - A lot of things happened on 911 that still don't make sense. Newly decoded data provided by an independent researcher from Australia agrees with previously data obtained by Pilots for 911 Truth from the National Safety Board (NTSB) through the Freedom of Information Act. It exposes alarming evidence that the door to the cockpit was never opened during the period of the alleged hijacking.

The NTSB website states that on the morning of September 11, 2001, American Airlines Flight 77 left Dulles International Airport in Washington DC at 8:20 a.m., bound for Los Angeles. According to reports and data, a hijacking took place between 8:50 and 8:54, during which the hijackers crashed the aircraft into the Pentagon at 9:37. CNN reporter Ted Olson reported that his wife Barbara called him from the flight stating that "all passengers and flight personnel, including the pilots, were herded to the back of the plane by armed hijackers," However, according to Flight Data provided by the NTSB, the flight deck door was never opened in flight. How were the hijackers able to gain access to the cockpit, remove the pilots, and navigate the aircraft to the Pentagon if the door remained closed?

There has been much speculation that the damage to the Pentagon looks as if it was hit by a missile. Also, the plane and its passengers have never been accounted for. If we were attacked by a missile, the question that needs to be answered is, why couldn't we anticipate and prevent this? Was the missile fired from somewhere INSIDE the US?

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