by Scott Creighton
“I wrote the script that I was reading. I was and am completely OK in making that statement.” Dwain Deets
Mr. Deets and I are having another discussion. Feel free to join in, if you like.
He seems to think that statements from Pentagon and Department of the Army employees regarding the events of Sept. 11th 2001, are more reliable than “aeronautical principles” when it comes to scientific investigations. ಠ_ಠ
I tend to disagree.
His statement seems an odd position for someone with his background to offer, but, there it is. And he stands behind it… though at the same time, he dismisses vast parts of those same testimonies for those very same withnesses such as many of them claim they saw Flight 77 hit the Pentagon and not a single one of them “witnessed” it “fly over” the building.
Mr. Deets accepts part of the DoD witness testimony and rejects other parts… and, according to Mr. Deets, that is the “logical” approach one should take over “aeronautical principles” in our ongoing unofficial investigation into the events of 9/11.
Does that really sound like the Truth movement we have all been part of these many years? Is that the kind of ‘logic” this movement is based on?
As illogical as that statement Mr. Deets made would seem to be, it forces me to consider that perhaps he has a reason to be doing everything he can in order to keep Truth advocates from considering the obvious answer to the question of what happened at the Pentagon on Sept. 11th 2001… which is perhaps his real legacy.
The more he tries to spin up ridiculous propaganda like the CIT supporting video and the comment he left here today, which belittles his education, his accomplishment, and his obvious intelligence, the more I have to assume he has a very powerful motivation to do so.