Lin Wood claims 'no plane fragments found' at 9/11 target sites

Lin Wood, one the many lawyers who filed lawsuits alleging massive fraud in the 2020 election, stated Friday that there were no plane fragments at the targets of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Let's discuss CGI computer graphics generated images. What is CGI? Do you know what deep fake videos look like? Wood said, "I know you know what Photoshopping looks like," to a crowd in Glynn County Georgia on Friday.

Wood posted the clip of his comments to his Telegram channel, from the event at Georgia. He also called former President George W. Bush a criminal and said he should "go prison."

It is something that many people want to hear. It is essential that we all hear it and confront it. Wood stated in Telegram that we must confront the TRUTH, both the good and the bad, and the ugly." "The TRUTH is about 9/11 is ugly."


Wood continued to talk about the World Trade Center towers being struck by planes. He said, "What appeared as a plane hitting one building, what appeared like a plane hitting another building, and then later that evening another building fell down." It was not hit by any dadgum thing."

Wood claimed that WTC 7 fell hours after the towers collapsed due to flames. This was also where the papers were about "the missing money." The attorney referred to alleged "stolen and "missing money" from the U.S. Defense Budget.

Wood claimed that the Pentagon was "hit by a missile", and stated, "There weren't any plane fragments at any of these sites New York, Pennsylvania or the Pentagon." Wood claims that footage of the incident was faked, despite evidence from the WTC attacks in New York State Museum and wreckage from Flight 93 in Pennsylvania.

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Wood was the lawyer who helped Richard Jewell, the prime suspect in the Atlanta bombings in 1996, was recently convicted along with eight other lawyers for backing a Michigan lawsuit last year in support of ex-President Donald Trump's election fraud claims.

Linda Parker, U.S. District Judge, stated that the lawsuit filed last fall was a fraud to deceive the court as well as the public. This was just days after Biden's victory in the state with 154,000 votes was certified.


Wood refused to respond to questions about his claims and stated that his statements were his opinions.

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Tags: News, 9/11, September 11 Terrorist Attacks, George Bush, New York City, Pentagon, Flight 93, Pennsylvania

Original Author: Kaelan deese

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