FBI Releases Never-Before-Seen Photos Showing Devastation At The Pentagon From 9/11 Attack

by 2 years ago

Many 9/11 truthers believe that a missile was purposely fired by the U.S. government into the Pentagon during the terror attacks of Sept. 11 in a false flag operation. This conspiracy theory comes despite hundreds and possibly thousands of people witnessing American Airlines flight 77 fly into the Pentagon and families losing their loved ones who were on that doomed plane as well as the people killed in the building. On Thursday, the FBI released 27 photos of the devastation left by the 9/11 attack at the Pentagon to dismiss any conspiracy theories.

The archive of photos shows the devastation at the Pentagon right after the 9/11 terror attacks that obliterated one of the buildings. The pics reveal first responders battling the fires at the Pentagon to FBI agents sorting through debris in the interior of the building. Fragments of the Boeing 757-223 can be seen in several photos that were uploaded to the FBI website “FBI Records: The Vault” under the page name “9/11 Attacks and Investigation Images.”

American Airlines Flight 77 left Dulles Airport outside Washington, D.C., around 8:51 a.m, and was set to go to Los Angeles. Five Al Qaeda terrorists hijacked and crashed the plane into the Pentagon at 9:37 a.m., which collapsed a portion of the outer ring of the Pentagon. The impact killed all 64 people on board, including six crew, as well as 125 people in the building. The plane hit an area of the building that was under renovation, which kept ground fatalities at a minimum since hardly anyone was in that section.

The damaged sections of the Pentagon, which serves as the headquarters of the Department of Defense, were rebuilt in 2002.

The Pentagon Memorial is adjacent to the crash site and it remembers the 184 victims of the attack.

You can see the entire archive HERE.

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