Former CIA pilot says planes did not bring Twin Towers down on 9/11

Jan 21, 2016

911 attacks
A former CIA pilot has come forward and sworn an affidavit, stating that the Twin Towers were not brought down by planes crashing into them.

John Lear, the son of Learjet inventor, Bill Lear, said in an affidavit that the two planes which crashed into the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001 could not have been responsible for the destruction of the impressive buildings, especially when flown by inexperienced pilots. “No Boeing 767 airliners hit the Twin Towers as fraudulently alleged by the government, media, NIST and its contractors,” Lear said in the affidavit. “Such crashes did not occur because they are physically impossible as depicted, for the following reasons: in the case of UAL 175 going into the south tower, a real Boeing 767 would have begun ‘telescoping’ when the nose hit the 14 inch steels columns which are 39 inches on centre.”

Lear, who gave his expert evidence to Project, judged that “the vertical and horizontal tail would have instantaneously separated from the aircraft, hit the steel box columns and fallen to the ground. The engines when impacting the steel columns would have maintained their general shape and either fallen to the ground or been recovered in the debris of the collapsed building.” According to Lear, “no Boeing 767 could attain a speed of 540 mph at 1000 feet above sea level ‘parasite drag doubles with velocity’ and ‘parasite power’ cubes with velocity.”

The piece of external fuselage should have crumbled when the airplane hit the columns, not to mention that no part of the plane or engine could have penetrated the columns without falling to the ground. Sections of the Boeing 767 should have been found after the tragedy, but “there is no evidence of any of these massive structural components from either 767 at the World Trade Centre. Such complete disappearance of 767s is impossible,” the former CIA pilot explained.

The affidavit dated January 28, 2014 is part of a lawsuit by Morgan Reynolds in the U.S. District Court, Southern District, New York. In March 2007, Reynolds, a former chief economist under the George W. Bush administration filed a Request For Correction with the U.S. National Institute of Science and Technology in which he cited his belief that Boeings did not hit the Twin Towers.

If it is not rebutted, an affidavit becomes truth in law. If the statement cannot be rebutted point by point, the U.S. government must allow [by omission] that the account given by the 9/11 Commission is wrong.

The former CIA pilot drew attention to the pilots’ inexperience. “The alleged ‘controlled’ descent into New York on a relatively straight course by a novice pilot is unlikely in the extreme because of the difficulty of controlling heading, descent rate and descent speed within the parameters of ‘controlled’ flight.” Lear explained that only a highly skilled pilot can interpret the EFIS (Electronic Flight Instrument Display) display, “with which none of the hijacker pilots would have been familiar or received training on.”

Lear is a member of, which argues that jet airliners could not have hit the Twin Towers in the way the 9/11 Commission has indicated.

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