April Gallop is a young mother and former career Army Officer who worked in that section of the Pentagon that was destroyed on 9/11.
On the morning of 9/11 Gallop went to work as usual. Her desk was roughly 40 feet from the point where the plane allegedly hit the outside wall. Her supervisor wanted her to start work immediately so instead of dropping her baby off at childcare she placed his carrier next to her desk.
As she sat down there was an explosion, then another; walls collapsed and the ceiling fell in. Hit in the head, she was still able to grab her baby and make her way towards the daylight showing through a blasted opening in the outside wall. There was no airplane wreckage and no burning airplane fuel anywhere; only rubble and dust. She now believes that a bomb went off inside the building.
Later, while recuperating in the hospital, she was visited by government agents who tried to persuade her of what she had heard, seen and felt on 9/11. Despite their promptings, Gallop remained steadfast in describing what she and her child experienced that day.
As a result of the injuries she and her child suffered on 9/11 and her own questions about the ‘official theory’ of what happened at the Pentagon, she filed a lawsuit against Cheney, Rumsfeld, Myers and other officials for their possible role in the attack and failure to evacuate the Pentagon. The lawsuit cites Flight Data Recorder Analysis undertaken by Pilots for 9/11 Truth and other information. You can read the entire lawsuit by clicking on the link.http://pilotsfor911truth.org/forum//index.php?showtopic=15787