Loose Change: Final Cut
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George W Bush (himself)
Condoleeza RIce (herself)
DIck Cheney (himself)
Philip Zelikow (himself)
Dan Rather (himself)
Peter Jennings (himself)
Loose Change Final Cut sets out to prove the official story of 9/11 - 'that the impact of two planes flying into two World Trade Center towers and the resulting fires caused three World Trade Center steel framed buildings to collapse' is false. Using witness testimony, expert analysis, news footage and corroborating evidence the film exposes the inconsistencies and lies put forward by the Bush administration in the hours, days and weeks after 9/11, and their role in explaining to the American people that 19 islamic terrorists were the sole perpetrators of 9/11, the crime of the century.
Same model aircraft as the one that operated Flight 11, the first airplane which hit North tower of WTC.
Beside portraits of the 19 presumed terrorists, the aircraft profiles shows four Boeing 767-200, though this aircraft was used only in two of 9/11 terrorists hijacks: Flight 11 and Flight 175.
Same aircraft that the 767 of United Airlines , N612UA operated on Flight 175 and crashed into the South tower of WTC.
CGI pictures of Flight 175 N644AA American Airlines on Pentagon attack.
Debris of the DC-10 operated by American Airlines on Flight 191, after its crash at Chicago in 1979. Inadequate maintenance procedures at American Airlines was responsible for this crash.
Lockerbie bombing, in 1988. Pan Am Flight 103 Boeing 747 destroyed by a bomb on its route to New-York over Scotland.
Registration N739PA, c/n 19646/15.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.
Trans World Airlines Flight 800 a Boeing 747-131, exploded and crashed into the Atlantic Ocean near East Moriches, New York on July 1996. The probable cause of the accident was an explosion of flammable fuel/air vapors in a fuel tank.
Crash of Airbus A300 of American Airlines Flight 587 , shortly after takeoff from JFK New-York in November 2001. The disaster was attributed to human error of the pilot who overused rudder controls in response to wake turbulence.
From archive footage.