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Posted: Jul 10 2006, 10:59 PM
Member No.: 330
Joined: 27-February 06
remember that video that was taken from the Sheridan that said "[the employees] watched in horror before the FBI arrived to confiscate the tape"
Ever tried to find out who was working that day? They WILL have records.
Posted: Jul 10 2006, 11:34 PM
Member No.: 1,722
Joined: 3-May 06
It was never actually stated that it was the Sheridan. There is a possibility it was at the Doubletree that video was viewed.
The FBI says it has no video from the Sheridan.
I have talked to the security office all the way through corporate to the legal department and the Sheridan will say NOTHING. Not even an official statement.
Here is a video summary: http://www.pentagonresearch.com/video.html
Posted: Jul 11 2006, 12:27 AM
Member No.: 2,232
Joined: 19-May 06
i work in a hotel ... we keep employee records up to 7 years back. i dont know what other hotels do tho. and as for some tho ... anyone that works the front desk can access these files if they wish. they're probably not supposed to .. but that never stopped me when i was bored and felt like some light reading.
Posted: Jul 12 2006, 12:05 AM
Member No.: 1,248
Joined: 14-April 06
Yes, it is just... strange!
"According to a Washington Times news report that has been removed from the Web (still available on the "Wayback Machine" search engine), hotel employees had time enough to watch "the film in shock and horror several times before the FBI confiscated the video as part of its investigation."
As for the gas station, which is "open only to Defense Department personnel," it is "the last structure between the Pentagon and the hillside that, hours later, would become a wailing knoll." Its owner was interviewed by the Richmond Times-Dispatch in December 2001:
Velasquez says the gas station's security cameras are close enough to the Pentagon to have recorded the moment of impact. "I've never seen what the pictures looked like," he said. "The FBI was here within minutes and took the film." (Article archived at nationalgeographic.com)"
Now, and when they showed that "No B757" video, then WT say this:
Videotapes dispel conspiracy
By Jennifer Harper
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
May 17, 2006
The final moments of American Flight 77 are no longer a mystery, dispelling the dark conspiracy theory that it was a U.S. missile that struck the Pentagon at 9:38 a.m. on September 11.
Military officials yesterday yielded to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit and released two videotapes that show the aircraft striking the building -- killing 125 persons inside, 59 passengers and crew, and the five terrorists who had hijacked the Boeing 757 jet at Washington Dulles International Airport.
The two minutes of footage taken from security cameras adjacent to the Pentagon is halting, brief and grainy. But the pale fuselage of the aircraft and the fireball that followed are clearly visible in several of the frames.
Footage from the gas station and hotel yielded nothing, and there was no film in the traffic camera. But the images from the Pentagon are enough.
"We hope that this video will put to rest the conspiracy theories involving American Airlines Flight 77," Mr. Fitton said.
Multiple, unsavory speculations have surfaced about the September 11 attacks in the past five years. One of the most enduring was "9/11: The Big Lie," a 2002 book by French author Thierry Meyssan who claimed that the "American military-industrial lobby" orchestrated the Pentagon destruction, using a satellite-guided missile.
"This attack could only be committed by United States military personnel against other U.S. military personnel," Mr. Meyssan wrote, building his case around the fact that no video footage of the impact had been released to the public and that eyewitness accounts were suspect.
Footage did exist, confirmed in a letter to Judicial Watch by the Pentagon in early 2005. But Defense Department officials told the group that the videos were exempt from release because they were evidence in the investigation of Zacarias Moussaoui, the only person tried in this country in association with the September 11 attacks. He was sentenced this month to a life sentence at a federal prison in Colorado.
"Now that the trial of Zacarias Moussaoui is over, we are able to complete your request and provide the video," wrote William Kammer of department's freedom of information office, in a letter to Judicial Watch last month.
But conspiracy theories about September 11 persist.
So, to my it is just ... a totall joke! It is so ... surrealistic!
How can someone say that the video show "the pale fuselage of the aircraft... clearly visible" ? It is simply not true!
And then this story that Sheraton and gas station video show nothing and no film in traffic camera... its not true either.
I belive that they will show a video of a plane flying somwhere near Pentagon, but that video will be faked ofcource...but most of the people will buy it... because, they want to belive it.
It obviously does not matter how things are. The Goverment and the media show video of "no boeing" and say: There is B757... and most of the people see Boeing at the film.
This is a mad world.
This post has been edited by behind on Jul 12 2006, 12:09 AM