Yes, They Could Have Seen the Plane Hit the Pentagon From There
A recent episode from the ongoing controversy over whether American Airlines Flight 77 really hit the Pentagon:
Dawn Vignola’s Account vs. CIT’s Methods by Erik Larson
From their apartment, Dawn Vignola and her roommate Hugh ‘Tim’ Timmerman saw American Flight 77 hit the Pentagon, September 11, 2001. Shortly afterward, they gave witness accounts to local and national TV media. In 2007, they were interviewed by Citizen Investigation Team (CIT), who attempted to discredit their testimony. I interviewed Dawn and her husband, Dan Ferrigno, January 5, 2010 at that same apartment and found them credible; they talked openly with me, their accounts have not changed since they were first offered, and I saw for myself that Dawn and Tim could have easily seen what they claimed to have seen.
Does this 'prove' AA 77 hit the Pentagon? No.
Does it show that Dawn and Tim could have seen what they said they saw? Yes.
The 'what' hit question may never be settled without the release of all video, photos and documents, and even then some might claim it was all faked, if the material shows that AA 77 was what hit.
Meanwhile, there are really big questions about 9/11 that are being distracted from by the controversy over 'what' hit, and that aren't as controversial as the 'AA 77 didn't hit the Pentagon' claims.
Meanwhile, 9/11 continues to be invoked as justification for the 'war on terror', and billions continue to flow to the same national security state that 'failed' to defend the U.S. on 9/11, 'failed' to credibly account for 9/11, and 'failed' to hold anyone accountable for 'the day that changed everything'.