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$100 and a trip to the junkyard

will give you the same amount of "material evidence" of a plane.

This area was under construction and closed off. It doesn't take Walt Disney's imagination to consider that "plane-like" debris was planted inside the vacant wing with some explosives for effect after flying a drone into it.

Again, where are the wing impact points? How did this "pilot" violate the laws of aerodynamics and fly that low to the ground without losing lift at those high speeds? Why do we only have ONE camera view from a gate booth of the most surveillanced building in the area?

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