The link below references Flight 93 in Pennsylvania, leaving a trail of parts and debris 5 MILES LONG. How is this so? You shoot down a plane (like 93 was), and I could see how debris would be strewn 5 miles. But the "official" BS story claims it was all in the deep soft hole (except for the engine that apparently bounced over the trees a couple of football fields away).
Question: How would debris be spread over 5 miles, unless it was shot down?
A piece from above link:
United Airlines Flight 93, a Boeing 757-200 en route from New Jersey to San Francisco, fell from the sky near Shanksville at 10:06 a.m., about two hours after it took off, leaving a trail of debris five miles long.