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I heard on the Mike Malloy show (and I haven’t checked it out myself) that Judicial Watch is a right-wing organization.
I find it very curious that this group did not demand the other videos that the Pentagon has confiscated. Of course, the Pentagon says that this video is the only one that shows the impact. However:
1) There is probably a video out there that will show the object in full view (not necessarily the impact, itself).
2) Who’s to say they are outright lying?
If Judicial Watch wanted to get to the bottom of this, they would demand to see ALL videos in the Pentagon’s custody — and not accept the notion that this 2 fps bit of useless footage is the only one of value….
COMMENT #338 [Permalink]… Agent99 said on 5/17/2006 @ 10:16 pm PT…
Okay, Onyx. I enlarged both to biggest they will go on my 20″ flat screen monitor without distortion. Clearest I can get them is to turn them black and white with contrast up full.
Video One, with filthy lens: fast moving object nose is 2/16″ at widest point, and 8/16″ long. MUCH scrutiny tells me it definitely gets thinner, almost by half, at about 6/16″ from leading edge. The building at approximate impact site is 13/16″. I’m bothered by these frames because the “nose” does NOT seem to be on the right angle of approach. Either lens distortion or something more nefarious?
Video Two, cleaner lens: smoke streak measures between 2/16″ and 3/16″ and is 14/16 long. The building at approximate point of impact is 1″ exactly. That smoke streak seems to be traveling at a wrong angle as well, only in the other direction.
Video One, with stopped action at point of longest “nose”, looks as if it is travelling perpendicular to the west wall and will hit north of actual impact site. Video Two, with stopped action at longest smoke streak, makes it look as if it wants to hit south of actual impact site.
So, without regard to actuality of objects and our eyesight, just on crude measuring: Video One puts speeding bullet at almost 12′, tapering back to ?’, in diameter; and Video Two puts smoke streak waffling between about 8′ and 12′ in diameter.