New Picture of WTC5 Plane Part, New Questions
It's basically the same part as seen in this "famous" picture:
There is an odd difference in the fuselage section, if you compare the two pics-- the left hand side of it, which is more torn up, and has some colored paint. The left hand side in the lower piece seems more contiguous than in the top picture, where it is clearly torn away more. The left part of the debris in the lower pic does have some peculiar coloring, almost as if the image was manipulated, for whatever reason. And the angle of the lettered/numbered part is clearly different between pics, as if someone was moving the part.
But what is more interesting, perhaps, is that we can now see that the debris has some painted letters/numbers on it. The only place this could have come from then is the rear part of the fuselage, where the plane number is painted as seen in the picture of the intact plane below. Interestingly, you can almost imagine seeing the N and part of a 6 on the fuselage fragment, which would fit the tail number for flight 175-- N612UA (picture below).
But I think what is most curious about this is that a fragment of this part of the fuselage is very unlikely to be part of the plane emerging out of the front of WTC2 (which is the only way this piece could have landed on WTC5). So much more of the plane would be in front of this section and far more likely to come out the front of WTC2 before this piece. The idea that this single section of plane was deposited here when the tower collapsed is too far-fetched to be a serious possibility.
This fuselage piece is actually quite reminiscent of the famous fuselage fragment found on the Pentagon lawn-- a fragment that could have only come from the front part of the plane. The problem is that the only way the fuselage part could have gotten there was being blown backwards-- past much of the rest of the plane.
So just like this aft section of fuselage being found on the exit side of WTC2, and the forward part of fuselage being found blown behind the entry side of the Pentagon hole, we have plane debris that once again makes little sense. Making it likely to be planted.