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9/11 black box cover-up [testimony]

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posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 06:36 PM
As we know, black boxes are designed to survive crashes, certain plane parts supposely survived, and hijackers passports survives, but both black boxes did not!

This is yet another thing about 9/11 that is so laughable!

Who do they think they are trying to fool!

posted on Jul, 25 2012 @ 01:32 AM

Originally posted by thegameisup
As we know, black boxes are designed to survive crashes,

April 28, 1999
HEADLINE: KAL MD-11 crew complained of control problems: CVR
SOURCE: Air Transport Intelligence
BYLINE: Nicholas Ionides
DATELINE: Singapore

The crew of the Korean Air (KAL) Boeing MD-11 freighter which crashed near Shanghai on 15 April complained to each other of control problems soon after take-off, according to an initial decoding of the aircraft's cockpit voice recorder (CVR)...
The CAAC, which is being assisted in its investigation by the NTSB and the Korean Civil Aviation Bureau, says the aircraft's flight data recorder was destroyed by the impact, "and only fragments of the tape have been recovered".

June 6, 1999, Sunday, AM cycle
HEADLINE: One year later, crash of rescue helicopter still a mystery

Three emergency team members died June 5, 1998, when their a Eurocopter A350BA crashed six miles southeast of Cuevitas at about 5:40 a.m. on the way to a major accident.
The victims were Carlos De La Fuente Sr., a 34-year-old flight nurse; paramedic Brenda Leinweber, 46, of South Padre Island; and pilot Anthony Martinez, 46, of McAllen.
The helicopter was not found until the next day at 9:45 a.m., thirty hours later. Searchers were hampered by thick brush because very little of the helicopter remained. Even the flight data recorder had been destroyed.

Barrie Examiner (Ontario)
October 20, 2004 Wednesday
Final Edition

HALIFAX (CP) -- Investigators searching for the cause of the crash last week of a Boeing 747 cargo jet won't get to hear from the two people who may have known exactly what happened.
After days of searching swampy, scorched terrain outside Halifax, officials recovered the aircraft's cockpit voice recorder from a kilometre-long trail of mangled debris.
"But that's the good news," Bill Fowler, lead investigator for the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, said during a news conference Tuesday.
"The not-so-good news is the recorder was damaged such that there is no retrievable information."
The so-called black box, which records the cockpit conversations of the pilot and co-pilot, was destroyed by fire after the MK Airlines Ltd. jumbo jet crashed on takeoff last Thursday at Halifax International Airport.
Fowler said the recorder was found Monday and shipped to the board's lab in Ottawa.
It was quickly determined that no recording survived the fire that resulted when the jet, carrying a full load of fuel, hit the ground and broke up.
"It certainly would have helped, but we were operating under the assumption we wouldn't have it," said Fowler, referring to the severity of the impact.
A second black box -- the plane's flight data recorder -- was recovered Sunday. That instrument, which monitors aircraft function and performance, was also damaged, but investigators are hopeful it will offer fresh clues.

Flight International
January 30, 2007

An investigation into the loss of two Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLF) Boeing CH-47D Chinook transport helicopters in Afghanistan in 2005 has identified pilot error and a lack of experience in operating in difficult terrain as the main causes in both non-fatal accidents.On 27 July 2005, the crew of Chinook D-105 were flying a night mission as part of a two-ship formation to resupply Special Forces personnel, but were forced to abandon their initial landing attempt when the lead aircraft created brown-out conditions. During their second attempt, the pilots failed to notice a left-hand drift, which caused the aircraft to roll over when it touched down. Although the crew evacuated safely, the aircraft and its flight data recorder were destroyed in the resulting fire.

posted on Jul, 25 2012 @ 01:35 AM

Originally posted by thegameisup
certain plane parts supposely survived,

They did? Care to list the parts that survived? Unless....

posted on Jul, 25 2012 @ 06:37 AM

Originally posted by stumason
To Pull can be used to describe a number of things...

In the UK, many young people (including myself, but unsuccesfully
) go out on the pull, in search of a "fit bit of stuff" or the like!

EDIT for spelling

[edit on 15/12/04 by stumason]

Larry's complete statement says it all.

"They made that decision to pull, and we watched the building collapse."

There's no ambiguity there. The first part of the sentence relates to the second part of the sentence.

He knew the building was going to collapse.

And this was after spending all day on the phone trying to get permission to collapse it.

Why bother?

Did someone finally give him the OK?

If he knew it was going to collapse, he knew it was wired.

If ANYONE knew that day it was going to collapse, they KNEW it was wired.


Anybody who says anything to the contrary is not facing the reality of the statement for dishonest reasons.

posted on Jul, 25 2012 @ 07:28 AM
reply to post by SimontheMagus

He knew the building was going to collapse.

Yea thats because the Fire Chief told him it was in danger of collapse....

posted on Jul, 25 2012 @ 07:42 AM
They hid the boxes

They hid the cameras

They hid the people

All one BIG lie

posted on Jul, 25 2012 @ 07:46 AM

Originally posted by Nonchalant
They hid the boxes

They hid the cameras

They hid the people

All one BIG lie

Yep, those are definitely a couple of lies.

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