John Lear is a former Central Intelligence Agency officer and a commercial jet pilot. In an affidavit, he says that planes did not bring the twin towers down on 9/11 in 2001.
This is “physically impossible” – he says in his expert opinion.
An affidavit becomes “truth in law” if it’s not disapproved. Now it’s time, the opponents of John Lear’s theory to present evidence and attempt to argue his statement point by point.
The statement of John Lear’s makes a very strong case. This is not just some opinion thrown around because he is the closest thing to an aerospace aristocracy and American intelligence.
John Lear is the grandson of Learjet founder, Bill Lear. John himself is a retired airline captain and former CIA pilot. He has flown over 100 different types of planes during 40 years of active flying. His flying covers CIA missions in Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe and the Middle East.
Here is what John Lear has to say in his sworn affidavit about the Twin Towers:
There weren’t Boeing 767 airliners hitting the Twin Towers. The government is trying to deceive us, media, NIST and its contractors. Such crashes did not occur. It is physically impossible as represented, for the following reasons:
In the case of United Airlines Flight 175 going into the south tower.
A Boeing 767 would have begun abbreviating when the nose hit the 14-inch steel columns.
The vertical and horizontal tail would have separated instantaneously from the aircraft. They would hit the steel box columns and fallen to the ground.
The engines would’ve maintained their general shape. They would’ve either fallen to the ground or recovered from the debris of the collapsed building.
Boeing 767 couldn’t attain a speed of 540 mph at 1000 feet above sea level.
The fan fraction of the engine is not designed to acquire the volume of dense air at that speed and altitude.
No part of the Boeing 767 or engine could have significantly penetrated the 14-inch steel columns and 37 feet beyond the massive core of the tower. Not without part of it falling to the ground.
The remains of the collapse should have contained massive sections of the Boeing 767.
This includes 3 engine cores. All weighing approximately 9000 pounds apiece which could not have been hidden.
Yet no evidence was found of these massive structural components from either of the Boeings 767.
Such a complete disappearance of 767 is impossible.
The affidavit, dated 28th January 2014 is part of a lawsuit. It’s being pursued by Morgan Reynolds in the United States District Court.
Only a highly skilled pilot can interpret the “Electronic Flight Instrument Display” or EFIS. None of one of the hijacker pilots would know. This includes the ailerons, rudder, elevators, spoilers, and throttles to effect, control and maintain a descent.
Originally written by Baxter Dmitry and published on Your News Wire