Lurtz . Posted almost 3 years ago Scott Fraser: Why eyewitnesses get it wrong While I agree (that I think) he a has made a mistake about the towers falling, and probably means the aircraft hitting the towers, I feel it doesn't detract from what he is saying. A friend and I used to do all sorts of things together, like hunting, fishing, nights out on the town etc. When ever we get together these days and recount or reminisce; our recollection of a lot of these events varies, and wildly at times, to the point where I look at him and wonder if we are in fact talking about the same thing. Of course my recollection is always the correct one. I also remember watching a documentary about a woman who was raped by a man for a period of time which she estimated to be about 20 minutes. She said she deliberately kept looking at this man so that she could identify him if ever caught. Long story short, she ended up identifying the wrong guy. Her face was inches from his. The guy was later cleared through DNA and the actual perpetrator was eventually caught. In my opinion the only thing she got right was the colour of his skin. And no, I can't vouch entirely for the accuracy of my recollection of that documentary. Cheers.