Pentagon Attack Videos
Besides the infamous Pentagon Attack Cctv Video that the Pentagon at first denied it had, then gave a few frames to the McMedia, which were subsequently shown to have been tampered with, there are at least 3 other videos of what really hit the Pentagon on 9/11. The FBI are known to have seized at least 2 of them, and they have never been released to the public.
The FBI seized the video from a gas station within minutes of the attack.
(December 11, 2001) Velasquez [NEXCOM Citgo station supervisor] says the gas station's security cameras are close enough to the Pentagon to have recorded the moment of impact. "I've never seen what the pictures looked like," he said. "The FBI was here within minutes and took the film." Richmond Times-Dispatch
But Velasquez slammed down the receiver and raced outside when he felt the gas station he supervises suddenly begin to tremble from a too-close airplane. "It was like an earthquake," the Costa Rican native said last week. What Velasquez felt above him almost within touching distance was American Airlines Flight 77 just seconds before impact. ...Velasquez says the gas station's security cameras are close enough to the Pentagon to have recorded the moment of impact. "I've never seen what the pictures looked like," he said. "The FBI was here within minutes and took the film." accessatlanta.com/ajc/terrorism/nation/0914pentagon.html
(September 21, 2001) A security camera atop a hotel close to the Pentagon may have captured dramatic footage of the hijacked Boeing 757 airliner as it slammed into the western wall of the Pentagon. Hotel employees sat watching the film in shock and horror several times before the FBI confiscated the video as part of its investigation. It may be the only available video of the attack. The Pentagon has told broadcast news reporters that its security cameras did not capture the crash. The attack occurred close to the Pentagon's heliport, an area that normally would be under 24-hour security surveillance, including video monitoring.
There may be yet another video of the aircraft that hit the Pentagon. The trajectory of the aircraft flew in low across a cloverleaf that is under constant monitoring of the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT). The view from their camera would clearly show the trajectory of any sized aircraft.
The manufacturers of the CCTV system used by VDOT boast on their web site:
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) CCTV system used to manage the Northern Virginia freeway network had cameras in place that observed the September 11 crash site at the Pentagon. This CCTV system and the VDOT Smart Traffic Center were used as a command center for emergency responders and cleanup and recovery crews following the incident.
To date, these videos has never been seen by the public, and there is no logical reason for the authorities to withold it (unless of course they are trying to cover up the fact that it was an Inside Job). Public interest groups such as Citizens Watch should file a FOIA request for this material, and demand an explanation from the Kean Commission as to why they have not already been released.
Judicial Watch website down FOIA request mirrored here...