They push 757 impact by falsely stating England never claimed long end of pole hit his cab: but he did – on camera!
April 28, 2019
This is the second of a two-part report on the Lloyde England story. I would strongly recommend reading Part 1 (which offers a detailed analysis of why England’s story simply does not stand up to scrutiny) before reading this article. In Part 2, I look at the attempts by a small group within the Truth Movement to con us into believing that the England story is entirely true and that it supports a large plane impact with the Pentagon.
Apparently [CIT] forgot to ask the key question(s): “Lloyd, [sic] how long was the pole? Give us an estimate. How long was the pole? Can you estimate that in feet? – Wayne Coste on the listserv of the 9/11 and Other Deep State Crimes Teleconference, Jan. 6, 2017
How long do you think the pole was, approximately? – CIT’s Craig Ranke to England in Lloyde England and His Taxicab: The Eye of the Storm, 2008
I’d say the pole was 30 to 40 foot long. – Lloyde England, responding to Ranke
It was about 40 foot long. – Lloyde England to Jeff Hill, 2010
By Craig McKee
In their continuing mission to convince the 9/11 Truth Movement that the U.S. government is telling the truth about a 757 hitting the Pentagon, Wayne Coste and David Chandler are grossly and deliberately misrepresenting key parts of two interviews that taxi driver Lloyde England gave to Citizen Continue reading