Humint Events Online: More Funny Fuselage Fragment Fotos-- Fakery Afoot

Thursday, March 25, 2010

More Funny Fuselage Fragment Fotos-- Fakery Afoot

Cryptome's sharp-eyed John Young pointed out via email that this picture of the wheel in the columns actually shows the fuselage debris in the background (note the red circle):

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He also said none of the pics he got from NIST showed the fuselage fragment in any detail. Which suggests to me NIST is hiding something as I doubt the person who took this series of shots wouldn't have gotten a better picture of the fuselage than what we have now.

But if you compare this above picture with the older picture below, there are some real oddities. First look at the parked cars behind the flatbed truck.

In this second picture, there is a red pickup and a dark Jeep-type SUV, then two white vans. In the upper picture, the red pickup is clearly gone (you need to view at high power to see this clearly). Possibly the dark SUV is there, but the red truck is clearly gone without any space left-- everything is just moved up! (While the flatbed truck is wider than the red truck, and conceivably the red truck is obscured by the angle, there does not even seem to be room for the red truck between the dark truck and the flatbed truck). Something else that may be evidence of photo fakery is the scaffolding. Look at the posts on the scaffolding. There is a thick post next to the flatbed. In the pic above, there are six skinnier posts to the left of the thick post. In the upper pic, there are clearly only five. Possibly, because of the angle of the pic, the sixth post is behind the thick post. But look at the large roof board above the posts, and how short it is in the upper pic compared to the second pic. Granted there is some foreshortening in the upper pic, but it still doesn't look right-- it doesn't look like normal foreshortening. Both pics show a large blue and orange truck in the distance, right at the base of what is likely the Banker's Trust building.

Did someone alter one or both of these pics?

If so, why???


Blogger nickname said...

The angle of the whatever it is that appears to have caused the crimp in the rear quarter of the black pickup truck looks like something out of M.C. Escher.

On the one hand, the truck looks like it must be stronger than the piece of the bent material since the angle of the bent material appears to have been caused by falling onto the truck - yet the truck itself has a large crimp in it as though it was caused by the
strange looking metal worm!

All of the 9/11 photographs & video images should be viewed with a high degree of skepticism because they are all most likely fake/altered in one manner or another.

The only thing that we can be certain of is that the events of 9/11 were faked.

9:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

good eyes!
i notice something else: the photo from the other post looking from the perspective of the flat-bed truck you can see the wtc, right?
but looking at the wheel-in-the-steel photo, the flat-bed truck is way down the street - this means that the wheel in the steel is not even in the wtc parking lot which means that it did not come from the the wtc.

can anyone see what i am trying to say?

11:18 AM  
Blogger spooked said...

The wheel in columns ensemble is south of WTC1, which is farther north from the south tower, the one seen in the towers. The columns were basically directly due south of WTC1.

3:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh i see what you're saying - for some reason i thought that the wheel was from wtc2.

4:39 PM  

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