reply to post by budski
al-Sakka may have indeed bumped elbows with a number of the hijackers,
keep in mind there were two classes or sets of radical militants
that took control of the 4 commercial airliners on that 9-11 day.
one set of Zealots/radicals were the 2 man teams that would commandeer
the aircrafts & pilot them into the targets...
there were 8 of them originally.
another set of radical/militants were the teams of 3 persons for each aircraft, who were the strong arms needed to Insure a takeover of the
aircraft...to be commandeered by the 2 man leader/pilot teams
these 3 man teams were called into action in just days before the operation & had no part in the long term planning or anything else
...these 3 person teams were just foot-soldiers following order.
what also makes his story believeable is that his journeys through
Turkey to reach the Pakistan training camps, (the ones relocated from
Afghanistan), support the idea that these low level 'soldiers' most
likely trained in seizing aircrafts/commiting hijackings in the mock up
simulations that the USA intel tells us about thru the captured videos
of 'terrorist training camps'....
this is not a claim that he aided the leaders of the 9-11 plot
and helped the zealot pilots who commandeered the 4 ea aircraft on 9-11
he bumped elbows with some of the grunts who went to training camps in pakistan........................ yawn
[edit on 28-11-2007 by St Udio]