An ex-CIA pilot who says that the Twin Towers were not bought down by planes on 9/11 has had information published online that corroborates his claims.
Ex-CIA and commercial jet pilot John Lear claims that the Twin Towers were not bought to the ground by planes crashing into them on 9/11, and now detailed information has been posted online corroborating his account.
In Lear's expert opinion the official claim that two planes crashed into the towers is actually "physically impossible."
The grandson of Learjet founder Bill Lear, John Lear is a retired airline captain and former CIA pilot who has flown over 100 different types of plane during 40 years of active flying. He holds more FAA airman certificates than any other FAA certified pilot, and has flown secret CIA missions in Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe and the Middle East.
Basically, you don't want to argue with John Lear about flying and planes. He is as close as you can come to being American intelligence and aerospace aristocracy.
9/11 Plane Hoax explains his theories:
THE EVIDENCE THAT NO REAL PLANES WERE USED ON 9/11
We are supposed to believe that both planes were entirely inside the towers, with no pieces showing. A Boeing 767 is 156 feet wide and 159 feet long. The distance from: the outer perimeter of the North Tower at the alleged point of contact by AA Flight 11, to: the central 47 massive inner core beams that are cross-braced is 60 feet. The distance from: the outer surface of the South Tower at the alleg...[ Click here for full document ]