posted on Mar, 23 2006 @ 11:51 AM
ok, i'll bite on this one.
good analysis esdad. as i have told valhall for her story, there is a little more info that hasnt been addressed yet.
on 9/11 i was working in a small tower in the south, and after helping to get everyone on the ground (a whole 3 aircraft that couldnt get into
atlanta) we brought a tv up to the tower cab and spent the rest of the day watching all the different reports. one of them was about cell phone calls
from flight 93. i very clearly remember discussion about one cell phone conversation in which the person on the flight describes a huge
explosion on the right side of the aircraft, and then the cell phone died. this was only reported on cnn the first day, and then as information came
out about the "heroes" of flight 93, it was hushed and never reported again. i wish we had been recording, but if you start asking people about it,
i am sure someone else will remember it. it very much sounds to me like the right engine was blown up somehow, which caused the nose dive. anybody
ever actually hear the voice tapes in which it is claimed the terrorists talk about crashing the aircraft because the couldnt keep the
passengers at bay (the official story)? i havent, and i'm an air traffic controller who has looked for them. it seems the freedom of information
act doesnt apply to this one.
again, good write up esdad.