New Paper at The Journal of 9/11 Studies
A new paper by Dr. Frank Legge and Warren Stutt has been published at the Journal of 9/11 Studies. This is entitled “Flight AA77 on 9/11: New FDR Analysis Supports the Official Flight Path Leading to Impact with the Pentagon.”
Here is an excerpt:
“There have, however, been other interested parties who looked at the available data and came to different conclusions. Researcher John Farmer concluded that there was indeed a defect in the file and that about 4 to 6 seconds of data was missing from the end. If this is true it would be easy to find a flight path which would permit the plane to descend and pull up safely. Despite this finding the adherents of the contrary theories have remained adamant that the plane flew over the building or could not have survived the final pull-up. They continue to maintain that the official account of the path of the plane, which necessarily includes impact with the Pentagon, is false. A number of analyses have been presented which indicate that there are elements of the official account of the attack on the Pentagon which are false but it is our purpose to show that the FDR data is not one of them.”
Many interested parties have discussed the issues related to this paper, but few have been willing to approach it with a thoughtful, objective manner and with attention to detail. As we have in the past, my co-editor Steve Jones and I call for a similarly thoughtful, objective and detailed response that addresses all the evidence. If such a response can be made, we would welcome it as a submission to the Journal of 9/11 Studies.