July 20, 2008
American actress Heather Thomas, known for her role as Jody Banks in the 1981 television series The Fall Guy with Lee Majors, has told Retroality TV that she does not believe flight 77 hit the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. “They said it vaporized, and yet they produced bodies saying that they didn’t vaporize. You can vaporize a two-ton engine? I don’t think so…. No plane does damage like that. It was a bomb.”
|Heather Thomas: “A lot of people say they closed the Twin Towers for weekends on end (directly before 9/11) and wouldn’t let the security people in there (because they were setting it up for demolition)."|
Thomas, who played Marilyn Monroe in Hoover vs. the Kennedys, also voiced doubts about the official version of events at the WTC. “And a lot of people say they closed the Twin Towers for weekends on end (directly before 9/11) and wouldn’t let the security people in there (because they were setting it up for demolition).”
Ben Fountain and Scott Forbes, who worked at the WTC, are both on the record as saying that there were several evacuations and power-downs of the twin towers in the weeks leading up to the attack. “Over the past few weeks we’d been evacuated a number of times, which is unusual. I think they had an inkling something was going on,” Fountain told People Magazine. Forbes claims to have witnessed men in maintenance suits entering the building the weekend before the attacks.
According to Thomas, described as a “sociopolitical and philanthropic activist” by Retroality TV, 9/11 was an inside job “staged in order to take the oil leases. It was even admitted that (the motivation for the Gulf War in) Kuwait was … a total lie that got us to establish our army base in Saudi Arabia…. It’s all about the oil companies.”
Ms. Thomas joins a growing number of celebrities that have expressed doubts over the official version of events, including Charlie Sheen, Willie Nelson, Jesse Ventura, Rosie O’Donnell, Tom DeLonge, and others.