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Analysis of 9/11

Sonic Boom at 9:40 AM on 9/11

by Daniel Thompson
January 18, 2003

A seismographic station 60 miles from the Flight 93 crash site recorded what has been analyzed as an F-16 sonic boom at 9:40 that morning.

Debris distance from crash site:
• Paper and light debris found up to eight miles away over a ridge.
• A burning seat cushion found on the roof of a cabin next to a lake 2 1/2 miles away.
• Large engine parts with body parts found either 1,000 or 2,000 yards away.

One can only conclude that an event ocurred while in the air -contrary to the OFFICIAL STORY.


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