My teacher and I are in the middle of an argument because she says that if you were to drop two objects at the same time and the same height, but with different initial velocities, both of them would hit the ground at the same time. She also said this was proven by Galileo's unregistered experiment when he let two objects fall from the Leaning Tower of Pisa. So I told her that she was right, they would fall at the same time only if both initial velocities had been the same, and that Galileo's experiment was mainly to prove that mass has nothing to do with the timing registered on two objects falling from the same height.
Could you please help me out, using 'pure' physics to prove my teacher wrong? I've already searched the internet, but I haven't found something that would convince her because it's what I already have explained to her, but she's in denial and I'm thinking she just doesn't want to accept that she's wrong.
Assume no drag/air resistance.