Loose Change 9/11

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Controversies in Loose Change 9/11
The attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001 were an unforgettable day in American History. The attacks were sought to be from Osama Bin Laden and his terrorist organization in Afghanistan. But as the years have gone by, questions are being raised by many researchers all over the world. Now people have started to question who were really to blame for the attacks on September 11. Who is to blame for the attacks on 9/11? After watching Loose Change 9/11, I believe we were attacked by our own government.

For about the past ten years, I have always believed that the attacks on September 11 were controlled by the Iraqis and their leader Osama Bin laden. About a month ago, I was recommended by a friend to watch the movie Loose Change 9/11. After watching this movie, it totally changed my outlook on what actually happened to the World Trade Centers and the Pentagon. The movie shows how there are a series of “coincidences” on how things actually happened that the world never found out about, until now.

The pilot, who supposedly hit The North Tower, failed his flying test one month prior to the attacks. He was only flying a six person, single engine plane. How could a guy fail at flying a plane that small, magically fly a Boeing 757 one month later? The man also pulled off a maneuver in the 757 before he hit the tower that is known as “nearly impossible” by many experienced pilots. In a few of the videos, you can also see something on the bottom of the plane, which is usually only seen on government planes. As the planes nose, touched the tower, you could see a small flash like a detonator had gone off. Before the towers had started collapsing, bystanders reported they heard “explosions” going off. Experts say the way the building collapsed is nearly impossible without controlled demolition. Scientist have taken many samples of the dust and observed them under a microscope. They found many particles of explosive residue.

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