One of the producers, behind this documentary is Kristina Borjesson. She was the reporter who covered it at CBS in 1996. This has been a long crusade for her, as she was kicked out of CBS for wanting to get to the bottom of this. She was even able to get a piece of material from the plane itself, and CBS gave her the go ahead, to get it tested immediately. Well, the FBI finds out, and orders CBS to give it back, which they did.
Anyway, in the movie, are the eyewitnesses who SAW the plane get hit by something, and explode. They talk about it, and when their eyewitness statements were taken by the FBI, they were told, "That's not what you saw. You saw this..." and the eyewitness would say, "No, that's not what I saw!" and the FBI would go, "THIS IS WHAT YOU SAW." They even threatened people to be quiet, and now they feel like they can finally come out now. The 6 whistle blowers, worked with the original investigation, and a lot of them were threatened into silence. I can understand why they have come forward now, because it's probably safer now. I mean, what can you do, when your working on something like that, and if you ask too many questions, they can threaten to fire you without pay. They can cut off your livelihood.
Definitely gonna be interesting to hear what they have to say. Maybe finally, people can get some real answers to this....
That is interesting that the FBI would attempt to tell witnesses what they saw, instead of the other way around.
Those are the exact same tactics employed by the FBI agents interviewing at least 1 of the witnesses in and around Shanksville regarding United 93. The agents had a story they were promoting, and they told at least one witness what she saw, what they wanted her to say. But she refused, and stuck to her story.
It shows how the FBI in several cases is more interested in having their story told than in discovering the truth.