What Created the 9/11 5 O'Clock Shadow on the South Tower? - Video
Published on Aug 21, 2017
Hi everyone and welcome to Episode 44 of The 9/11 Blacklist:Chasing Shadows. One of the most hotly talked about pieces of evidence over the years is what appears to be the nose of UA-175 poking out of the South Tower. The reason for this is the basic structure of a Boeing 767 air frame is made of so light a material, the idea that the plane could approach the Twin Towers at the speed it is alleged to have done without breaking up before it reached the towers, let alone cause the damage it did, and then poke it’s nose out the other side, is impossible….and yet this is what we see from multiple (YES I’M AWARE I’VE SPELLED IT WRONG ON SCREEN!) camera angles.
Is this the reason the mainstream media hid all but one of these views from the general viewing public….look at it this way…if they lined up the shot and didn’t make any errors….the ‘nose out’ may not have been seen….on Live television…and if that was the case…no-one would ever have known about ‘Pinocchio’s Nose’ and the other efforts to cover that up would’ve been so much easier….As it happened; we did notice and other viewing angles surfaced as if to corroborate the fact that the ‘nose out’ of UA-175 did occur.
The Naudet film was blatantly edited so whatever was seen approaching and hitting the South Tower was obscured (YES I KNOW I SPELLED OBSCURED WRONG AS WELL.) from view. But what was it that gave us the 5 o’clock Shadow….Can an aeroplane fly into a building made of the strongest structural steel ever made, go through an exoskeleton of steel eye beams before navigating the inner core and then coming out of the other side with the nose of the aeroplane intact?…Logic will tell you, definitely not….so what was it then?
CBS Footage Unreleased Wide Shot Of UA 175 Hitting The South Tower. Mainstream Network Footage Of South Tower Impact Tina Cart-What The Hell Is That?