American-born businessman Paul Salo, currently based in Thailand, proposed simulating the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York. Thus, the entrepreneur intends to debunk all myths and dispel doubts about the attack. On Monday, May 16, writes The Daily Mirror.
Saylo explained that the renovation will require a used Boeing 747 or an aircraft with similar specifications, as well as an empty skyscraper in the countryside. According to his idea, the liner must crash into a building at a speed of 500 miles per hour (about 800 kilometers per hour).
“If after that just a smoking hole forms in the skyscraper and nothing else happens, then everything was fake, right? (…) Of course, it will upset someone, but we deserve to know what happened,”said Saylo.
According to the businessman's calculations, the project will require £ 1 million (over $ 1.4 million). He plans to collect this amount using crowdfunding. In particular, he is going to sell "front row seats" for those wishing to watch the action for 5 thousand dollars.
On September 11, 2001, 19 terrorists of the Al-Qaeda group banned in Russia hijacked four planes. They sent two liners to the buildings of the World Trade Center (WTC) in New York, one to the Pentagon, another liner crashed in Pennsylvania, presumably after passengers and crew tried to regain control of the car. About 3 thousand people became victims of attacks, 6.3 thousand were injured.
The Daily Mirror notes that various conspiracy theories are popular on the network. According to one of them, the WTC towers could not have collapsed so quickly after the plane crashed into them. Thus, this gives reason to believe that what happened is the result of an internal, and not external, influence.