I have a question about my Skeptics Stack Exchange post: Can you prove a plane hit Pentagon on September 11, 2001?
Although my question was not same, it was marked as duplicate. In my question, I asked for evidence based on videos, not pictures.
I flaged the question for fair moderation about duplicate marking. The question is marked as duplicate by 5 users which also includes a diamond moderator.
The diamond moderator's comment was:
"Note: Proof is a term from mathematics, not science. If I were to edit it out, the title would be identical to the duplicate. You don't get to arbitrarily raise the bar on the format of the evidence just because you don't like it. If I were to edit it out, the body would be the same as the duplicate too."
So he/she says proof is about mathematics, not science and the title of question would be same.
Proof "was not" in my title but prove "was" and it is a term in justice. You can ask for evidence to prove something.
This is a reference from a wikipedia article which cites the term at Baughman v The Queen  UKPC 20 at para. 46 (25 May 2000)
"found as it is equally clear that the fact of death, like any other fact, can be proved by circumstantial evidence, that is to say, evidence of facts which lead to one conclusion, provided that the jury are satisfied and are warned that it must lead to one conclusion only."
Also, the body of the question asks for videos as evidence, not pictures.
The original post includes "I would like to have CLEAR evidences based on real videos from different angles."
Why I wrote here is I would like to have a better evaluation and removal of duplicate marking.