posted on Jan, 13 2008 @ 02:38 PM
reply to post by IvanZana
This is what happened with the media in Cleveland, Ohio.
On 9/11/01, Cleveland news crews filmed two commercial jetliners. One was called Delta 1989 (brought down because of federal orders at the time) with
no bomb threat mentioned, and the other called Flight 93 with bomb threat stated. One was parked by the terminal - 1989 - and the other was parked off
by itself at the end of one of the runways - 93.
By the afternoon edition, but not morning edition, of 9/12/01, the PD was reporting one plane had the bomb threat - 1989 - and no Flight 93 ever
landed. That is what the morning edition of 9/13/01 reported as well.
Then someone calling himself a NASA spokesperson said he was going to end the confusion of two planes. The second plane was ordered down also, but it
was a KC-135 tanker, carrying a team of NASA scientists from Houston, forced to land in Cleveland, Ohio, by FAA order. That was supposed to "take
care" of any confusion on the part of Clevelanders or anyone else viewing film footage originiated by news teams or anyone else in Cleveland,
How many people can tell the difference between a tanker and a commercial jetliner, if they do not notice the passenger windows are missing? Tankers
are modified commercial jetliners for military use.