Attorney for property owner where 9/11 plane piece was found says it was ‘planted’

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A prominent attorney for the man who operates the property where the landing gear was found says it was planted.

Attorney Adam Bailey has represented Sharif el-Gamall since 2010, during the Ground Zero mosque controversy.

He said, “it is impossible that landing gear showed up there today.  We would have found this.  It’s impossible.  It was absolutely planted and I’m happy to say so.”

In other words, he’s pointing to conspiracy.

But not long after bailey sent us that statement, Mr. el-Gamall told us, “Adam bailey has no authority to speak on behalf of Sharif el-Gamall, SoHo Properties or Park 51.”

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