Cause Of 9/11 Conspiracy

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On the day of September 11, 2001, a number as large as two-thousand, nine hundred, and seventy-seven victims traveled to work in downtown Manhattan. None of them were aware that it was their last cup of coffee, last goodbye, or last hello. At 8:46 a.m., American Airlines Flight 11 was taken over by five hijackers and crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center and beginning a day of grievous issues. Experts claim that The World Trade Center fell solely by acts of extreme terrorism, but equally compelling evidence strongly supports that the government enabled the tragedy that struck New York City that early Tuesday morning.
A concern often questioned by those who look into the events of 9/11 is the probability of the Towers falling.
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There were not many groups known that could have had the connections and recourses to cause that great of destruction. The government seemed to address the acquisitions soon after the tragic event, presenting evidence and articles that contradicted the conspirators implications against that government. The State Department released papers that informed the public about what conspiracies were and that they were, "...rarely true, even though they have great appeal and are often widely believed. In reality, events usually have much less exciting explanations. The U.S. military or intelligence community is a favorite villain in many conspiracy theories" (Dutton). The Government also immediately began implicating new safety measures in flight transportation nation wide to reassure citizens of their safety on such a major mode of …show more content…
A group of architectural researchers stated that the, "Wings that should have been sheared off by the impact are entirely absent. There is also substantial evidence of debris from a much smaller jet-powered aircraft inside the building. [They] conclude with a high degree of certainty that no Boeing 757 struck the building. [They] also conclude with a substantial degree of certainty that a smaller, single-engine aircraft, roughly the size and shape of an F-16, did, in fact, strike the building" (Dewdney). This creates the angle that theorists have been using that claims that the hole made in the West side of the building was significantly too small for a Boeing-757 to have been the plane of

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