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9/11 Mystery Plane: And The Vanishing of America

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  • Posted April 8, 2014

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    Author, you are a JOKE...all 'Truthers' should just shoot themse

    Author, you are a JOKE...all 'Truthers' should just shoot themselves for being ignorant, stupid, and devoid of common sense. Oh, and how they conveniently either try to explain away the facts or simply IGNORE them! NOTE: I have not read the book, but have researched this topic greatly...I don't need to read the book to know the author is FOS.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2012

    The vanishing conspiracy

    Read "Touching History" by Lynn Spencer(BETTER than the 9/11 Commission Report). The "mystery" airplane was part of a long-scheduled military exercise that was rudely interrupted by the terrorist attacks.
    By the way, David Ray Griffin also wrote the 2009 book, "Osama bin Laden: Dead or Alive?" Which claimed that bin Laden died in the early 2000's. How did that turn out?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2012

    Unincredible

    The only thing this writer left out was his trip to the "Mother Ship" that hovers the earth. A mis-mash of minister Farikhan and scientology thrown in might make it a bit more credible. A total waste of time money. I usually donate my books to the library or a local hospital when I'm done reading them. This one was trashed. Might have made a good script concept for the Twilight Zone in the 50s/60s. Don't bother

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  • Posted January 14, 2010

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    Why Won't Someone with Influence Press the Issue??

    I was about 200 yards from the South Tower when Flight 175 crashed into it. Amdist my horror and fright, one of the first thoughts that went through my mind as I started running south towards battery park with colleages was this: This was such a perfectly executed attack; one that almost certainly wreaked of military involvement. This book is incredible, for it effectively renders many conclusions of the 911 Commisssion report implausible. Gafney's book is enlightening to say the least, and he does a great job in dumbing down some of the arguments that require thorough understanding of highly complex subject matter-FAA protocol, explosives, metal compositions, radar charts, and more. After reading it, I felt awakened and no longer ridiculous to believe that the unthinkable could very well have happened. At the very least any reader will conclude that the 911 commission report is not a credible document.

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