Saturday, October 24, 2009

Three Jason Ingersoll Images From September 11th, 2001 Depict Spent Shells in the Muddy Foreground of the Damaged Pentagon

Who the fuck fired them?

Spent shells, stacked. Long ones, short ones, double banded ones. I was right on February 27, 2008 and I am right today!

Propel Charge Launcher

(Formerly) To judge for yourselves it is best to go to the official government site to see the images in the highest resolution possible. The best way to get there is to go to and put in the search term Ingersoll.

Two images will come up:

seen here:
and a glancing view here at:
seen here:
another significant view is DM-SD-02-03911 which is no longer current in the government archives but a copy is here:

In any of these images, click on the expanded view and scroll down to the lower right-hand corner. There you'll see what I take to be spent high-explosive casings but what Mr. Paisley contends are rolls of roofing-tar paper, or some other kind of rolled construction material.

The only collaborating evidence I found on the web was an antique example from a forestry archive at Yale University. It nonetheless provided me with some verification as to the scale and mass of a high-explosive shell.

Modular Propelling Charges

1 comment:

  1. Why would the SHELLS be laying there if the Pentagog got shot at from a distance. Shouldn't the shells be laying where the canon was? Conspiracy theories galore, but what's the point? Waste of time. If you want to change the world, participate in it.