The Crash of American Airlines Flight 587


Morgan Reynolds

Remember the crash of American Airlines Flight 587 on November 12, 2001, in the Belle Harbor neighborhood of Queens, New York City, only two months after 9/11?  Yes, I’d forgotten about it too.  But now we have a five-minute clip from an interview of Dr. Judy Wood by Richard Syrett reminding us that the flight 587 crash, killing all 265 people aboard the Airbus A300-600 plus five on the ground, proves that the 9/11 twin tower “crashes” never involved real airliners.

Reminds me of what first responder Steven Bienkowski, 37, NYPD Harbor Unit Scuba Team, said: “I happened to be sitting in the back left side of the (helicopter) ship…When that second plane went into the building, it just looked like an evil magician’s trick. It looked nothing like what I would have imagined a plane crashing into a building would look like. The plane just completely disappeared and turned into a giant fireball. Being there was surreal.”

Back to Flight 587, what happened?  No sense in rewriting Wickedpeedya’s account (an unusual instance):

“The location of the accident, and the fact that it took place two months and one day after the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center in nearby Manhattan, initially spawned fears of another terrorist attack. However, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) attributed the disaster to the first officer’s overuse of rudder controls in response to wake turbulence from a Japan Airlines Boeing 747-400 that took off minutes before it. According to the NTSB, the aggressive use of the rudder controls by the first officer stressed the vertical stabilizer until it snapped off the plane. The plane’s two engines also separated from the aircraft before impact due to the intense forces.”

Quoting from the NTSB: “…The National Transportation Safety Board determines that the probable cause of this accident was the in-flight separation of the vertical stabilizer as a result of the loads beyond ultimate design that were created by the first officer’s unnecessary and excessive rudder pedal inputs.”

The plane was uncontrollable once the stabilizer snapped off.  A related proposition is that the A300 engines broke off because the plane exceeded the aircraft’s VMO on the way down: VMO = “Maximum operating limit speed for turboprops or jets. VMO is indicated airspeed measured in knots and is mainly a structural limitation that is the effective speed limit at lower altitudes.”

In any event, watching Boeing 767 images cleanly disappear into the south tower with no violent collision at some 580 mph is physically impossible.  And no airplane debris visible in the gash nor below the crash site?  Impossible too, among so many obvious lies in the official 9/11 narrative.


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1 Response to The Crash of American Airlines Flight 587

  1. steve briskey says:

    ………… jebr……………
    (the reunion of fragments)

    Cheers Morgan ;-p

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