Nice video of the strobe light. 11 years too late though, But what the heck.....nice try. Like nobody would have noticed that in the past 11 years. What morons. Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13456274
They probably used a van with a side door and hustled it out and under the canopy during all of the confusion.
Whoops...yeah what about the overhead canopy? Since there are no markings of an engine hitting anywhere nearby and no rips in the canopy it must have been a holographic engine. No..wait...couldn't have been a holograph, it was real. Details, details.
11 years too late... nice try? I didn't make the video. GLP user oversober asked John about the strobes, as he hadn't seen any videos where even one was evident. The first video, in my previous post, shows one.
Your van with a side door idea is weak, at best, to support the planting of the engine theory. This should be obvious, after watching the video, below.
Look, I don't know for a fact that the engine was not planted, anymore than you know that it was. My point is that the case is far from closed on planes/no planes.
Finally, in response to the "no markings of an engine hitting anywhere nearby" comment:
In the following video, at the :08 mark, notice the photographer in blue jeans and backwards baseball cap, standing behind the yellow tape and taking pictures of the engine. There's a very noticeable crack in the sidewalk, directly in front of where he's standing. More noticeable cracks, starting at :42, which might suggest the engine came in from the direction of where the photographer at :08 was standing:
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Still open for debate and looking forward to John's take.