When it was announced that Wikileaks had posted a 1.4 gigabyte "Insurance" file, it made this author wonder:
"What is that big, and that dangerous?"
Since Wikileaks has already proved that Americans simply do not care about anything that goes on in Iraq or Afghanistan, it simply can’t be more documents like the ones they have already released. So…what can it be?
The only thing I can imagine having that kind of staying power is the footage of the Pentagon from the morning of 9-11.
The Pentagon is (and always has been) one of the most highly surveilled buildings in the world. On the morning of 9-11, American Security forces went immediately to every business within sight of the Pentagon and confiscated security camera footage.
We know that the attack on the Pentagon that morning was one of the most copiously filmed events in human history. Yet, to this very day, only three blurry frames of footage (from a parking lot camera, natch) have ever been released to the public.
Somewhere out there is a copious amount of film of something hitting the Pentagon on the morning of 9-11. Lots and lots of footage…maybe 1.4 gigabytes worth?