More pictures show aircraft parts at WTC after 9/11

Prison Planet
Aug. 27, 2006

The London Observer has published more photographs from photographer Joel Meyerowitz's book that show evidence of aircraft parts at ground zero on 9/11.

Below are all the photos from the Observer website along with previous shots showing aircraft parts.

These shots debunk ludicrous theories on behalf of "no planers" and 'blue screen' advocates. Claiming that no planes hit the WTC towers is damaging to the 9/11 truth movement's credibility and it is one of the first things that debunkers like Popular Mechanics seize upon when building straw man hit pieces.



October 11 2001
One month after the Towers were toppled, 1,000 rescue workers are still on site at Ground Zero. Here firemen rest on a motley collection of chairs salvaged from the site.



September 23 2001
A dramatic panorama of Ground Zero reveals a latterday Pompeii - and a Herculean challenge.



October 5 2001
Meyerowitz constrasts epic with intimate. Chairs and tables in the Winter Gardens are still coated in the all-pervading dust.



October 28 2001
Seven thousand bereaved family members attend a memorial service on Church Street seven weeks after the attack.



October 28 2001
Seven thousand bereaved family members attend a memorial service on Church Street seven weeks after the attack.



October 28 2001
Seven thousand bereaved family members attend a memorial service on Church Street seven weeks after the attack.



December 23 2001
The bronze limbs of Rodin's 'Adam' lie next to tyres and fuselage from the plane that rammed the North Tower. 'The first man hadfound himself in Armageddon,not Eden.'

Previously released pictures of aircraft parts:













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