Sunday, January 10, 2010


Why didn't Dick Cheney order that the plane that hit the Pentagon on 9-11 be shot down?

Why did a hijacked plane hit the Pentagon on 9-11?

Outtakes of paper by Frank Legge (BSc, PhD)

21 October 2009

Nothing should have hit the Pentagon. This implies that a stand-down order existed, as appears to be confirmed by Mineta’s testimony to the 9/11 Commission.

...Crucial to this debate is the video testimony of the Secretary for Transportation, Norman Mineta, to the 9/11 Commission. He entered the PEOC (Presidential Emergency Operations Center) under the White House and saw that the Vice President, Dick Cheney, was already there.

A young man came in and said to Cheney "The plane is 50 miles out", then "The plane is thirty miles out", and when it got down to 10 miles out the young man also said "Do the orders still stand?" and Cheney angrily confirmed that they did.

Shortly after this something catastrophic happened at the Pentagon, causing many deaths.

There is little doubt that Cheney had it in his hand to shoot down this plane but had a reason not to do so...

There is evidence that the hijackers were more interested in learning to fly than to take off or land. That was suspicious in itself and caused some FBI reports to be made which were apparently blocked.

It is the release of the so called “Phoenix memo” which has exposed the
improper actions of the FBI at this time. Michael Ruppert suggests it was Dave Frasca who saw to it that the reports did not get through...

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