Although this is certainly enough to prove
beyond a reasonable doubt that the plane
flew on the north side of the
station...we have further
corroboration from two more witnesses who
were in excellent positions to judge which
side of the station the plane flew.
Both are previously published witnesses and
both interviews were conducted over the
Sean Boger has agreed to let us publish the
interview and it will be included in The
PentaCon Researcher's Edition slated for
release in 2008.
Levi Stephens declined to be recorded but
answered all of our questions on the phone
and via email dialog.
Levi was a courier for the Pentagon and he
was in the south parking lot of the Pentagon
facing Crystal City right at the clover leaf
We emailed this image to determine his exact
location after he described it to us over
Here was his reply:
"A... is about right on the mark.
Notice it's a one way street that allows you
to circle South parking. I was looking for a
parking spot. So as the plane flew in I had
to physically turn around to watch it. I
stopped there when I noticed how low the
plane was. The reporter sort of misquoted me
I was actually driving away from the
Pentagon directionally as I wasn't facing
Levi said he was facing Crystal City and had
to turn his head to see the plane. That
means he would not have been in a good
position to see it hit the building.
But look how close he was to the light
When we asked him if he saw the light poles
get hit he said that he "put 2 and 2
together" after seeing them on the news
He said he saw the plane "wobble" after
passing over the Navy Annex and that it had
a "brown or tan" underbelly and that it did
not look like an American Airlines jet to
him. This detail seemed to trouble him the
most because he even made a point to say how
he couldn't believe it was an American
Airlines when he heard it later.
He said repeatedly that it was on the
"right" of the station or that it would be
on his "left" if he was at the station
facing the Pentagon.
He further confirmed by saying that it was
on the "Arlington Cemetery" side of the gas
Surely he wouldn't have missed the plane on
the official flight path directly in front
of him hitting the light poles a few hundred
feet away but instead he saw it "wobble"
over the Navy Annex on the north side of the
Levi fully believes that the plane hit the
building but once again his placement of the
flight path matching all the witnesses at
the gas station proves it couldn't have.
Sean was working inside the heliport tower
giving him an incredible vantage point to be
able to tell which side of the station the
plane approached from.
Here is the best image we could find of his
approximate vantage point but naturally he
would be further back and higher up.
Sean describes the plane as approaching from
"in front of the Navy Annex" and that it was
"tilted" or coming in "on an angle" or a
He said he could see the gas station and
without hesitation said the plane was on his
right side of the station:
"It would be on my right or the gas
station's left. If I'm looking out my window
cause I'm looking toward the gas
station...it would be on my right hand
He says he did not see it hit any light
poles but strangely he thought it hit a
In further description of the bank he says:
"As he was coming towards me it just
seemed like he was tilting the aircraft to
his right. It was almost like...not really
going in nose first...it's just like almost
like at an angle."
Like Levi and the CITGO witnesses, Sean also
believes the plane hit the building while
his placement of it proves that it could not
Even though they both believe in the impact,
it can not be denied that they both
definitively corroborate the north side
claim so this continues to demonstrate how
effective the deception really was. If they
weren't deceived they would likely
have never talked to us in the first
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