For a picture so closely related to airplane fakery research, the metadata says it was taken on September 12
Sorry, but that reads pretty high on the BS meter for me. "Photoshop" or non, mon ami surcoufcorsaireduroi. It is squarely in the camp
of fakery to try to convince us that more recent fakery is somehow "less unbelievable" than 9/11. Why - again - are you guys so obsessed with releasing every apparent picture related to this "event"? Care to tell us why it's so important that some aspect is real?
Perhaps you might tell us what source this photo was taken from (as if it mattered, though of course if it's directly from the NTSB or NIST we certainly have some
reason to doubt it.)
If so, which aspect, and why should the perps make fake video about it then? Please do try
to explain in a non evasive manner and you won't be continually banned.
Let me tell you what else reads high on the bullshit-o-meter:
Your entire introduction to the picture you posted.
Any wishes guys to one more time (and maybe the last)
Here you imply that you have posted this picture before. As can be viewed in the closed and locked thread on this subject, which was closed because you were re-registering with different user names to pester and annoy and not answer questions - and you will be banned again for continuing this "strategy" of coming on demanding us to believe something is real and then running away or insulting us when we don't believe it - you did not have this picture posted and/or reviewed
and therefore your disgusting slickness in saying "one more time" as if to imply that you had posted it repeatedly before is obviously just an attempt to make yourself appear victimized and censored whereas we are the ones on the whole Internet who are being attacked by you lunatics trying to convince us that some "photo" is evidence for some story you won't even explain. Is this just some kind of latent frustration with our power to doubt you? Why target this forum? Why not take it to literally anywhere else on the Internet
where people are more likely to buy a picture as evidence of something real?
try to challenge this picture
There is no "trying" to "challenge" any picture of 9/11 or related New York fakery incidents - there is merely ample evidence that any number of videos and photos can
be faked, that the fakery technology was on steady improvement
since its capabilities on 9/11 (compared to the better but still bogus 7/7 "London bombing" imagery) and that therefore we have the full right to doubt any sort of little digital stuff you present to us as evidence for some larger story.
that is probably quite unique
Here, you add nothing to your argument by trying to weasel in the words "quite unique" as if to intrigue us into the picture. Classic hypnotism. Fuck you for that.
you can see here a close up of the rear fuselage of US 1549 where the NTSB investigating officers have performed some markings to analyse the impact of of US 1549 ditching
Alright, here it is. Your story. Your incredibly informed story that you got from ... where
exactly? What web site? Were you present when they were "making the marks"? Where are there NTSB investigating officers in this picture? How are we to assume that any "markings" (if we are being as dumb to consider any of this picture as real anyway) were made by whom you tell us they were made by? Your entire strategy - again - seems to be nothing more than blowing some hints and wisps of your drama around digital pictures that are meant to reinforce a highly suspicious story. No proof. No citation.
So I guess we are done with science then? It's over. No need to prove anything anymore, because you and D.Duck say it's so, it must be so. Huh, interesting. Sounds a lot like Jeff Hill - building up some cred with Simon and then turning around and saying Simon is up to no good by merely doubting your word
That reeks of bullshit. I don't need a bullshit detector for that one. I can smell it coming out of your posts on this forum. Tell us your amazing personal story of knowing some guys who ran out of the flaming WTC towers again? That was a good one. Much better than knowing the NTSB investigating officers on the "Hudson crash" incident. Ha!