SCREENING: National Security Alert

A video by Citizen Investigation Team (CIT)

In 2006 Citizen Investigation Team (CIT) launched an independent investigation into the act of terrorism which took place at the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. This exhaustive inquest involved multiple trips to the scene of the crime in Arlington, Virginia, close scrutiny of all official and unofficial data related to the event, and, most importantly, first-person interviews with dozens of eyewitnesses. Many of the first-person interviews conducted by CIT were filmed in the exact locations eyewitnesses observed the plane that allegedly struck the Pentagon that day. National Security Alert presents the key evidence compiled by Citizen Investigation Team (CIT) and demonstrates that the plane seen flying low over Arlington on September 11, 2001 could not have hit the light poles, the generator trailer, or the Pentagon. National Security Alert also shows that several of CIT’s documented eyewitness accounts are proof that this low flying plane flew away after the explosion at the Pentagon.

CIT co-founder Craig Ranke was on hand to answer questions about CIT’s multi-year investigation and the important evidence their team has uncovered.