A former U.S Air force fighter pilot who has claimed to have flown the actual aircraft which were involved in 911, has blown the whistle in a jaw-dropping Youtube interview.
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Pilot Expert, Russ Wittenberg, who claims he actually flew the planes that hit the South Tower and the one who “allegedly” crashed in Shanksville.
Wittenberg, now retired, had previously flown the actual two United Airlines aircraft which were hijacked on 9/11 – Flight 93, which crashed in Pennsylvania and flight 175, the second plane to hit the World Trade Centre)
Wittenberg had over 100 combat missions under his belt, flew for Pan am and United Airlines for over 35 years. The aircraft he has previously flown are as follows. Boeing 707, 720, 727, 737, 747, 757, 767, and 777. 30,000+ total hours flown.
In the video interview for the 9/11 Ripple Effect he says:
“I flew the two actual aircraft which were involved in 9/11; the Fight number 175 and Flight 93, the 757 that allegedly went down in Shanksville and Flight 175 is the aircraft that’s alleged to have hit the South Tower.
I don’t believe it’s possible for, like I said, for a terrorist, a so-called terrorist to train on a [Cessna] 172, then jump in a cockpit of a 757-767 class cockpit, and vertical navigate the aircraft, lateral navigate the aircraft, and fly the airplane at speeds exceeding its design speed limit by well over 100 knots, make high-speed high-banked turns, exceeding — pulling probably 5, 6, 7 G’s.
And the aircraft would literally fall out of the sky. I couldn’t do it and I’m absolutely positive they couldn’t do it.”
“The government story they handed us about 9/11 is total B.S. plain and simple.”
Wittenberg then argued there was no possibility that Flight 77 would be have been able to descend 7,000 feet “in two minutes, all the while performing a steep 280-degree banked turn before crashing into the Pentagon’s first-floor wall without touching the lawn.”…
“For a guy to just jump into the cockpit and fly like an ace is impossible – there is not one chance in a thousand,” said Wittenberg, recalling that when he made the jump from Boeing 727’s to the highly sophisticated computerized characteristics of the 737’s through 767’s it took him considerable time to feel comfortable flying.”
“The airplane could not have flown at those speeds which they said it did without going into what they call a high-speed stall. The airplane won’t go that fast if you start pulling those high G manoeuvres at those bank angles. … To expect this alleged airplane to run these manoeuvres with a total amateur at the controls is simply ludicrous… It’s roughly a 100-ton airplane. And an airplane that weighs 100 tons all assembled is still going to have 100 tons of disassembled trash and parts after it hits a building. There was no wreckage from a 757 at the Pentagon. … The vehicle that hit the Pentagon was not Flight 77.
We think, as you may have heard before, it was a cruise missile.”
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