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Father Judge's Death (Murder) - 9/11 Staged Photo-Op

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More truth about what really happened on 9/11. The death of Father Judge, chaplain for the New York Fire Department and how it was a staged photo-op for propaganda purposes.

More truth about what really happened on 9/11. The death of Father Judge, chaplain for the New York Fire Department and how it was a staged photo-op for propaganda purposes.

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  • What a load of dickie. I have never in all my life seen something so ridculous. Seriously??????? Do you actually believe that shit??? I suppose if you're dump enough anything can make sense. As a photographer this is funny. As a human this is embarrassing. I'm not american but I wouldn't want to be if they're like you. I have met Lt Cosgrove. This was no photo op. I wouldn't even try to explain your 'accusations' as others have cos I honestly dont think you're capable of understanding basics. How can I make that assumption you ask.......you named two different firefighters the same name dumbass. I hope you're not reproducing. Have fun pushing this tripe on other dumbasses. May you all live stupidly together in cuckoo land.
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  • Good grief...I'm glad you guys are not investigaters with any of the Police Depts or Bureaus because NOONE would ever be convicted with your evidence! The hat in the pic of them carrying Father Mike is NOT white! It's as dark as dark can be! The top looks white due to ashes being on the top of it....this guy has NO mustache...and he has on a PD uniform...not an FD uniform! Of course, stupid conspiratists will find a way to try an prove he borrowed a hat, shaved his mustache off for the photo and grew it back real quick for the next photo of him, and he changed into a PD uniform for the photo, but changed back into the FD uniform for his next photo.

    About Father Mike: His hands are not dirty in one photo, and clean in another! The photo that you say the hands are dirty, You have to be an idiot if you can't see a shadow, from the way the sun was shining, even on his stomach/chest area going down across his left hand making it look a little different. His pants are dirty, and the part that you claim is a clean area is based on the way it looks dark right under the knee area....once again, anyone can see this is a shadow cast by the angle of the sun hitting his knee.

    This makes SO much more sense than all of your accusations---and the explaination is much more simple to explain! Your accusations require tons of explaination, and they do not make sense..and as 'Judge Judy' says...if it doesn't make sense...it's not true! Don't pee on my leg and try to tell me it's raining!
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  • Hey moron, get a life. Don’t sully a great man’s death. In frame 32 ’Chief Pfieffer’ is a cop. That’s an NYPD patch, the hat is VERY different in style than the one you show in earlier photos (FD vs PD). You need something to do with all of the spare time you obviously have.
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  • 1. PROOF
    The iconic photo of deceased Father Mychal Judge, Chaplain for the Fire Department of New York City, was a staged photo-op.
  • 2. Chief Pfeiffer, 7th Battalion Chief of the FDNY: His magic white hat, watch and being in two places at the same time.
    Chief Pfeiffer ->
  • 3. Reverend Father Mychal F. Judge
    FDNY Chaplain
    Roman Catholic priest of the Franciscan Order of Friars Minor
  • 4. Chief Pfeiffer, 7th Battalion Chief at the scene of a “gas leak” just before WTC 1 is hit by Flight 11. Note his white hat.
    Note: All photos are screen grabs from the Naudet brothers 9/11 documentary, unless otherwise noted.
  • 5. Watch on his left hand, no watch on right hand.
  • 6. WTC 1 hit by Flight 11.
  • 7. WTC 1 has been hit. Riding in firetruck to WTC 1.
  • 8. No watch on right hand.
  • 9. Watch on left hand, no watch on his right hand.
  • 10. Chief Pfeiffer taking off his hat. Watch on left hand.
  • 11. Hat is now on the dashboard.
  • 12. Chief Pfeiffer exiting firetruck.
  • 13. Chief Pfeiffer getting dressed before entering WTC 1. Helmet is on.
  • 14. Chief entering WTC 1.
  • 15. Demoliton of WTC 2
  • 16. Father Judge’s foot.
    The firemen start to carry him. One of them says:
    “Put it down, put it down, put it down.”
    How can this fireman refer to the beloved Father Judge as “it”?
    WTC 2 has been demolished. Chief Pfeiffer and his men find Father Judge at the bottom of the escalator in the WTC 1 lobby. Supposedly he died from blunt force trauma to the back of the head – not killed by a falling person outside WTC 1 as presented in the media.
  • 17. Chief Pfieffer instructs the firefighters to stay with Father Judge while he searches for an exit.
  • 18. Chief Pfieffer searches for an exit.
  • 19. Narrator: “By this time, Chief Pfeiffer had found a safe exit. They tried to radio the men in the lobby. No answer.”
     
    Chief Pfeiffer: “And we walked across the bridge to the Trade Center. Still trying to call on the radio, and, not getting through.
     
    Firefighter: “The guys that were left there, were not there anymore.”
    Narrator: “They had gone out another way, carrying the body of Father Mychal Judge down the street to St. Peters church.”
    Chief Pfieffer (on right) returns to lead his men to safety. But, they have gone with the body of Father Judge.
  • 20. • Chief Pfieffer’s men have disappeared with the body of Father Judge.
    • Chief Pfieffer is still inside WTC 1 looking for an exit.
    • Next, is the interview with Shannon Stapleton, the Reuters photographer, that photographed Father Judge on the street.
  • 21. Interview with Shannon Stapleton, Reuters photographer, who photographed Father Judge being carried down the street. From the documentary: The Saint of 9/11
  • 22. “My first instict was I had to get down there. So I ran down there and got to about Chambers street, which is about four blocks from the Trade Center and the first tower had collapsed (i.e., WTC 2).”
  • 23. “I ran and made it to the base of the tower that was still standing and there was this real eerie light. It was a weird day, you know, there was this beautiful light coming in, and, um, as I was getting near the tower people were starting to evacuate down the stairs. And I noticed there was a group of firemen, police, FBI, emergency services carrying this man. I started making some frames (i.e., photos).”
    “…there was this beautiful light coming in...”
    Comment: How could anyone find the light beautiful? WTC 2 had just been demolished, dust was choking the air and thousands had probably just died.
  • 24. “And this one fireman started yelling at me: “Stop taking photos, stop taking photos!”
    I kept shooting.”
    Photo by Shannon Stapleton
  • 25. Note Father Judge’s hands appear very dusty / dirty.
    Note the lack of dust on Father Judge’s left knee.
    Photo by Shannon Stapleton
  • 26. Photo by Shannon Stapleton
  • 27. Note how clean is Father Judge’s left hand.
    Note the amount of dust on Father Judge’s left knee.
    Photo by Shannon Stapleton
  • 28. Why the difference? Were the photos taken at very different times?
    Note the amount of dust on Father Judge’s left knee.
    Note the lack of dust on Father Judge’s left knee.
    Photo by Shannon Stapleton
  • 29. Why the difference? Were the photos taken at very different times?
    Father Judge’s hands appear very dusty / dirty.
    Note how clean is Father Judge’s left hand. Even if the photo on the left is not clear, Father Judge’s hand should be covered with dust.
    Photo by Shannon Stapleton
  • 30. Photo by Shannon Stapleton
  • 31. Note the lack of dust Father Judge’s left knee.
    Photographer unknown, might be a screen shot from a MSNBC video
  • 32. Chief Pfieffer, at left, with his white hat.
    Photo by Shannon Stapleton
  • 33. Chief Pfieffer has exited WTC 1 from the northwest pedestrian brdige area.
  • 34. Chief Pfieffer has traveled north from WTC and is setting up a command post on the street.
  • 35. • Chief Pfieffer has exited the northwest pedestrian bridge of WTC 1.
    • Shannon Stapleton photographs Father Judger near Chambers Street.
    • Chief Pfieffer is in one of the photographs.
    • How was Chief Pfieffer in two places at the same time? (Ray Ubinger, detailed researcher of the Naudet video, noticed the time discrepency also.)
  • 36. Chief Pfieffer with his white hat. Where is his helmet? How did he get his hat from the firetruck?
    Photo by Shannon Stapleton
  • 37. Chief Pfeiffer’s white hatshould still be on the dashboard of the firetruck at the main entrance to WTC 1.
  • 38. This is not the same hat we saw before. Where did Chief Pfieffer find this hat, and where is his helmet?
  • 39. Chief Pfieffer with his watch on right hand.
    Chief Pfieffer arrives at WTC 1 with watch on left hand.
  • 40. Thanks to doyoueverwonder
    for identifying these men.
    http://z6.invisionfree.com/Reality_Shack/index.php?showtopic=29&view=getnewpost
    NYPD Lt. William Cosgrove
    Fireman Christian Waugh
    Fireman Christian Waugh
    Office of Emegency Management (OEM) Keven Allen
  • 41. Goldman Sachs employee John Maguire
    (Why is he so clean? No dust.)
  • 42. Father Judge’s helmut given to Pope John Paul II.