Tuesday, September 08, 2009

Author event: "Pentagon 9/11" by Diane Putney

Diane Putney of the history office of the Secretary of Defense is scheduled to discuss "Pentagon 9/11," a documented history based on more than 1300 interviews about the attack on the Pentagon. Here are some questions for Ms. Putney?

1 - What hard evidence is there that Flight 77 struck the Pentagon?

2 - Did you interview Captain Michael Defina, of the National Airport's aircraft rescue firefighters (ARFF), who claims that ARFF foam units "knocked down the bulk of the fire in the first seven minutes after their arrival"?

3 - At 9:38 AM, Fort Myers Fire Department Foam Unit 161 was reported on fire at the Pentagon in the Arlington County After-Action Report. Did you interview the captain of Unit 161, and ask him when they arrived at the Pentagon?

4 - 85 videotapes have been requested under the Freedom of Information Act. Why won't the government release them?

5 - Serial numbers on aircraft parts have been requested under the Freedom of Information Act by Aidan Monaghan. Why won't the government release these serial numbers?

6 - Did you interview Colonel Karen Kwiatkowski, who witnessed "an unforgettable fireball, 20 to 30 feet in diameter", and noted "a strange absence of airliner debris.

7 - Did you interview any of the witnesses who claim that multiple standard-issue, battery-operated wall clocks . . . stopped between 9:31 and 9:32-1/2", i.e. about 5 minutes before "Flight 77" struck the Pentagon?

8 - Did you interview April Gallop who has a lawsuit pending in the UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK? Ms Gallop claims that she was "at her desk, with her baby, in her office on the first floor, when large explosions occurred, walls crumbled and the ceiling fell in. Although her desk is just some forty feet from the supposed impact point, and she went out through the blown-open front of the building afterwards, she never saw any sign that an airliner crashed through"?

Enver Masud
The Wisdom Fund

1 comment:

Moderator said...

Mike Shea, Baltimore public access TV, filmed the event. I look forward to seeing it on the Internet.