While Coste and Chandler claim it was the small piece at the far left of the frame that England was saying hit his cab, CIT video proves it was not.
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