posted on Feb, 17 2006 @ 11:22 PM
Originally posted by LazarusTheLong
has it truly been claimed by the Gubmint, or witnesses (call recievers), that actual cell phones were used, and not plane phones?
Yeah, there are a lot of pieces of info that contradict the use of plane phones. One caller was calling from a bathroom, for example. Others were
calling, or alleged to be calling (assuming that these guys weren't all just sitting around a room somewhere making use of Pentagon voice
reproduction technologies) from similarly phone-lacking parts of the plane.
I don't know how they think most
of the calls were cell phone calls. That's just sort of been the implication, you know? Most of the
conversations from Flight 93 have never been released (for obvious reasons) or really even discussed in detail.
The last call came from a dude reporting smoke coming from the plane, and saying that he thought a bomb had went off on it. It was received by
operator Glenn Cramer, but she was confronted by the FBI and that call never really made it public. I think he was the man calling from the
I think that that means that the plane was low enough by that point for cell phones to actually work (it was
rather late -- the plane crashed
soon afterwards, and that was
the last known phone call from Flight 93). Earlier calls, I doubt. The "Let's roll" call, I seriously doubt