Comment: Evidence this, evidence that?

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Evidence this, evidence that?

"Provide ANY real evidence to support that claim."

A person doesn't have to provide evidence "that American Airlines flt 77 was not flown into the Pentagon in a kamikaze attack by hijackers". A person questioning how the event took place is of a "defensive nature", not an "offensive nature" and doesn't have to prove evidence, only the lack of evidence.

Lack of evidence: "where is the damn plane"? Any part of it? Yes, some remains "of something was found" and shown on the t.v., were these remains examined for validity that they did indeed come from the flight mentioned above? If so, who did the examination(s) and under what circumstances? Was the examination(s) done by more than one source? Report(s)? And, where are the report(s) now if they exist?

Lack of evidence: Where is the evidence of the airlines that indeed a plane\jet was hijacked and validated by the airlines of the remains, that it was of their flight? Where is this report now? How does it read?

Lack of evidence: any seat remains? Were these remains examined for validity that they did indeed come from the flight mentioned above?

Lack of evidence: of any size recordable; passenger luggage, clothing of course, etc. And, can these remains be linked to actual passengers?

Lack of evidence: paper of any sort? Any report of what was written on any of the paper remains to help in the validation? And, can these remains be linked to actual passengers? If so, where are they now?

Lack of evidence: any body parts, bones, fragments found and examined? If so, linked to passengers?

Lack of evidence: Any DNA test of blood of any miniscule particles present? And, can be licked to any passenger of the flight? If so, where are they now?

Lack of evidence: And, any miscellaneous plane\jet parts found and examined and by whom? And, where are they?

Lack of evidence: Witness accounts?