Well I got a shock tonight with reading some information
I had not heard before concerning 9/11 evidence.
First off some small stuff to start off:
Everybody remembers the Betty Ong (flight 11, flight attendant)
(alleged) telephone call to AA. In her entire conversation she never
mentions anything about anybody being handcuffed. Nor did the transcript
of the other Flight 11 flight attendant Madeline Sweeney produce
a statement of anyone being handcuffed on that flight.
Flight Attendant Robert Fangman
(flight 175) also made an (alleged) call to
United briefly (which we have not heard a recording of that conversation)
which the details include "the flight had been hijacked, both pilots had been killed,
a flight attendant had been stabbed, and the hijackers were probably flying the plane."
The alleged call lasted about two minutes. He does not
state anything about anybody being handcuffed. If any of these people
were handcuffed it would be safe to assume that they couldn't hold a
phone to make a call or to speak.
Now comes the sick part:
There were a pair of human hands that were severed from the
arms that were handcuffed together and were found 9/12/01,
the day after the hijack. The hands were found atop a building
in Manhattan. Which building was not mentioned. The identity
turned out to an undisclosed flight attendant from either flight 11
or flight 175. They won't disclose the identity public (so they say).
That's not all: They also found another flight attendant's full body
with hands attached and handcuffed at ground zero. Location
is undisclosed as well as the identity undisclosed.
That makes 2 pairs of flight attendant's handcuffed hands which means
either the phone calls were faked or either the evidence was planted
at the scene by the spooks. If it was planted by spooks, then just
how evil are these people to go round dumping off body parts?
We've all heard about the hijacker's passport found on the ground
at ground zero partially burned. Well here's a twist.
A Wells Fargo ATM Card in perfect condition was found 1 year
exactly (9/11/02) after 9/11. That card belonged to
Iskander and was returned by mail from the recovery team
at ground zero. Waleed was on flight 11. The first tower impact.
This was the plane that hit head on into the side of the building
unlike 175 that hit off to the side. Flight 11 was the plane that
smashed directly into the core of WTC1. With an ATM card escaping
all the inferno.
Capt. Jim Ingledue said two days after 9/11 he found the perfectly
unscathed ID of Susanne Calley, 42, one of the alleged passengers,
adding he thought the find "highly unusual and strange to find a perfectly
intact card amidst the devastation and rubble at the Pentagon."
A withdrawal of a report created on 9/11/01 for the FAA stated that
at least one passenger on flight 11 (Daniel Lewin) was shot
Satam Al Suqami with one shot. This statement was later retracted
and a subsequent report was filed with the FAA but that second report
has not been made available to the public. But Laura Brown, FAA
spokeswoman said in phone interview there was no gun. But the original
report is listed here
My question is how did they come about the information about
someone being shot and killed in the first place since neither transcript
of contact with 2 flight attendants aboard flight 11, neither of them
mentions anybody was shot.
The only conversation with anybody on any of the flights where
they mention seeing a pilot outside of the cockpit was on flight 93.
Barbara Olsen's conversation
with her husband she states that
the pilots were herded to the back of the plane with the passengers.
This was the only plane that didn't reach the designated target.
It was the only plane that that the pilots were left alive and
not reported to have been killed. Very interesting! Also nobody
on flight 93 reported any handcuffs either. Neither did anybody
from flight 77 that supposedly hit the Pentagon.
With such inconsistencies in the hijackers protocols. I wonder
why each flight was handled differently in the take-over details.
well I have rambled on long enough. Post your comments