Judicial Watch has pursued this video in the courts for several years.

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Date: 2021-03-02T16:37-05:00
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VIDEO – BREAKING: Government Releasing 9/11 Video of Pentagon Crash

CNN’s Barbara Starr is reporting that a court has ordered the Pentagon to release Pentagon surveillance video from 9/11 that shows AA flight #77 hitting the building. Judicial Watch has pursued this video in the courts for several years.

Barbara Starr expects that this video will answer some questions and suspicions that have circulated (largely on the internet) since 9/11. This video release on includes the Pentagon ‘s surveillance cameras. It does not include other surveillance video that were confiscated from local business after the 9/11 attack.

UPDATE: Judicial Watch plans to post the video on their site sometime after they receive it at 1 pm ET today. Their site is getting hit pretty hard right now. If we can obtain a copy of the video we will re-post it here.

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Date: MSNBC: Video only shows
Author: Brad Friedman
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Described is the development of an entirely new, wavelength-multiplexed, monolithic semiconductor laser array for use in a spectrometer capable of simultaneously detecting absolute trace concentrations of a variety of gases. The achievement of simultaneous, multitrace gas detection is presently only possible with complex and very expensive multilaser systems or with FTIR instruments which do not have trace gas sensitivities approaching those demonstrated by tunable diode laser spectrometers. The recent (1994) discovery and demonstration of the quantum cascade laser (a unipolar, mid-IR, semiconductor laser) opens the way for developing a completely new, manufacturable, junction-free semiconductor laser source which can be multiplexed over a large number of preselected wavelength regions in the mid-IR. Such a tunable, multiwavelength laser source is ideal for simultaneously sensing traces of a large variety of gases in the atmosphere. The objectives of this research are to design, develop and demonstrate a monolithic, addressable, tunable multiwavelength, quantum cascade laser array for gas and trace gas detection. In Phase I, Spire is designing an innovative, monolithic, addressable laser array (with UCSB as a subcontractor). It is anticipated that this research will result in the development of a portable, ultra-high sensitivity, multigas, mid-IR spectrometer.

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