Retired Feds blatantly lie to grieving public about Flight 93 Shanksville crash
By Martin Hill
September 11, 2012

In a blatant attempt to promote government propaganda and the official 9/11 fairy tale, a retired FBI agent has blatantly lied and bore false witness to a crowd of mourners and the media regarding the fate of Flight 93 on 9/11/2001. In a Seattle Times article titled "9/11 investigators tell of piecing together mystery of Penn. crash" "John Shea, former special agent in charge of the Pittsburgh FBI office" is quoted as saying
"He said that as conspiracy theories cropped up alleging U.S. fighter jets had shot down the plane, he consulted with a National Transportation Safety Board accident expert about how best to respond. "There would have been a huge debris field if it had been shot down, and there was none," he said. "There was a hole filled with heavy plane parts, and the lighter parts of the aircraft and other material was carried by winds and ended up in trees."
In actuality, the exact opposite is true, according to the Pennsylvania State Police, FBI statements at the time and countless mainstream news outlets including CNN:


September 13, 2001
Debris found 3 miles from Pennsylvania crash

"Investigators probing the crash of the hijacked United Airlines plane that went down in western Pennsylvania said Thursday they have located a field of debris two to three miles from the crash site.Authorities learned of the debris Wednesday and are at the scene. It is not known whether the plane broke up before it crashed. State police and the FBI said they did not want to speculate about how the debris got there.The second debris field was around Indian Lake. Some debris was in the lake and some was adjacent to the lake.The Boeing 757, Flight 93 bound for San Francisco from Newark, was among four planes hijacked Tuesday in the worst terror attack in U.S. history"

Countless admissions from law enforcement agencies regarding the 8 mile debris field and the engine nearly a mile from the Shanksville crash site can be found here and here. Here are merely a few excerpts:

The secondary (and tertiary) debris fields:
The Pennsylvania state police said debris from the crash has shown up about 8 miles away in a residential area where local media quoted some residents as seeing flaming debris from the sky. But investigators were unwilling to say whether the presence of debris in two separate places evinced an explosion...

Finding the flight data recorder had been the focus of investigators as they widened their search area today following the discoveries of more debris, including what appeared to be human remains, miles from the point of impact at a reclaimed coal mine. Residents and workers at businesses outside Shanksville, Somerset County, reported discovering clothing, books, papers and what appeared to be human remains. Some residents said they collected bags-full of garden gift items to be turned over to investigators. Others reported what appeared to be crash debris floating in Indian Lake, nearly six miles from the immediate crash scene....

"John Fleegle, an Indian Lake Marina employee, said FBI agents were skeptical of his reports about debris in the outdoor water fountains by the lake until they traveled to the lake shore Wednesday afternoon. By Wednesday morning, crash debris began washing ashore at the marina. Fleegle said there was something that looked like a rib bone amid pieces of seats, small chunks of melted plastic and checks. He said FBI agents who spent the afternoon patrolling the lake in rented boats eventually carted away a large garbage bag full of debris."
Local officials stated that crash debris was spread over a wide area. According to the Pittsburg Post-Gazette, state police Major Lyle Szupinka "confirmed that debris from the plane had turned up in relatively far-flung sites, including the residential area of Indian Lake." 1 The residential areas of Indian Lake range from three to six miles from the crash site. As noted on the pages describing Flight 93 and its crash site, there were a number of debris fields. Small debris descended over Indian Lake and New Baltimore, about three and eight miles from the primary crash site, and an engine core was separated from the main impact crater by about 2000 feet.
Some officials have suggested that wind scattered the debris once on the ground, but wind certainly couldn't have blown a one-ton engine a half-mile, nor could the 9-mile-per-hour wind have blown debris for eight miles.

John Shea should be ashamed of himself and should tell the truth to the American people. Government loyalists who continue to prompte propaganda and lie about the slaughter of 3000 innocents in this false flag operation demonstrate the worst type of complicty.

Martin Hill is a Catholic paleoconservative and civil rights advocate. His work has been featured on, WhatReallyHappened, Infowars, PrisonPlanet, National Motorists Association, WorldNetDaily, The Orange County Register, KNBC4 Los Angeles, Los Angeles Catholic Lay Mission Newspaper, KFI 640, The Press Enterprise,,, FreedomsPhoenix, Rense, BlackBoxVoting, and many others. Archives can be found at

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