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TOP Secret Government Facility Holds Flight 93 Evidence

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posted on May, 3 2008 @ 06:33 AM
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YouTube: Iron Mountain

Iron Mountain Pennsylvania holds countless documents, recordings, and priceless images. Also a special vault for United Flight 93 evidence.

Also mentioned the United States Investigation Services (USIS): USIS mandate: To vet the "background, suitability and loyalty of Federal employees and applicants".

The USIS is partly owned by the Carlyle Group.




[edit on (5/3/08) by AllSeeingI]




posted on May, 3 2008 @ 09:01 PM
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Iron Mountain is not a government facility, it is a private coroporation
which deals in high security underground storage of documents/records
and other items, usually in abandoned mines which are climate controlled
to prevent decay,

www.ironmountain.com...

Bill Gates uses it to store photographic negatives from CORBIS achives

www.nppa.org...

KOMO in Seattle did a show on it last May 2007 - Iron Mountain posted
link to it on its page

www.komotv.com...

Hardly way to keep a secret. Noticed some kook postings in last month
referencing it Apparently this what stirred 'em up.....



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 09:18 PM
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More on what is stored at IRON MOUNTAIN PA -

Reference from Penn State:

www.psu.edu...




In the same room, there are more than 400 boxes of memorabilia that mourners left at the crash site of Flight 93, which went down in Somerset County on Sept. 11, 2001. The boxes are filled with items, including gloves, sports equipment and toys, all left by people in the past four years. A papier-mache U.S. flag created by a middle school in Little Rock, Ark., sits in a corner, wrapped in plastic to prevent fading. In the middle of two large shelves filled with boxes lies a bench with engravings from visitors to the crash site. Messages are inscribed all over the bench, paying respect to those lost in the tragedy.


Here is reference from National Park Service which maintains crash site

iron+mountain+flight+93



XI. Tribute and Object Collection Collecting, sorting, cleaning, maintaining, cataloguing, accessioning, and storing the tributes left at the temporary memorial continues to be a major focus for our Curator. The tributes collected to date number well over 25,000. The following was accomplished this past year with the assistance of two part-time staff hired by the Families of Flight 93 in cooperation with the NPS, and by SCA interns: • 56 new groups of objects accessioned • 56 new groups of objects accessioned • 2,150 objects cataloged • 3,877 records added to the cataloging database • 54 boxes of objects sent to remote long-term storage at Iron Mountain


So can see what was sent to IRON MOUNTAIN were tributes and
memorabilia left at crash site - Not some SOOPER SEEKRIT stuff
trying to hide from you.

Research - its a wonderful thing, use it!

(all this took 10 min using GOOGLE!)



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[edit on 28-5-2008 by 12m8keall2c]



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 10:03 PM
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So can see what was sent to IRON MOUNTAIN were tributes and
memorabilia left at crash site - Not some SOOPER SEEKRIT stuff
trying to hide from you.


You have no way of knowing that. Just because more mundane items were sent there, does not mean that important materials that might be relevant to a new investigation are not also stored there. In fact, isn't that where all of the wreckage is kept, officially? I was not aware that this was a secret or conspiracy really, though some secrets might be in the contents.

There could be anything in there, as long as you pay top dollar to store it.



[edit on 5/3/0808 by jackinthebox]



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 10:49 PM
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Originally posted by thedman
So can see what was sent to IRON MOUNTAIN were tributes and
memorabilia left at crash site - Not some SOOPER SEEKRIT stuff
trying to hide from you.


So they took things from a crime scene. So that just adds more questions about the official story.

The FBI and NTSB would have taken the parts and used them to do a reconstruction, as in most crime scenes.



posted on May, 4 2008 @ 03:05 AM
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So they took things from a crime scene. So that just adds more questions about the official story.


No they were not items from a crime scene - were objects and tributes
left in days or weeks afterwards by visitors to the scene. Vistors were
kept at distance from actual crash site.

United Airlines owned the jet and was responsible for cleaning up the
scene - some 10 construnction bins were filled with debris of the aircraft
That is after the FBI (with assistance of NTSB) examined the debris
for relevance as evidence. Parts like Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR)
and Flight Data Recorder (FDR) were retained for analysis and use in
criminal trials. Some other pieces like parts of knives found at the scene
and those personal effects attributed to hijackers which survived.



posted on May, 4 2008 @ 06:58 AM
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Originally posted by thedman
No they were not items from a crime scene - were objects and tributes
left in days or weeks afterwards by visitors to the scene.


There is a report on the FBI website of agents taking things from the crime scenes.
www.fbi.gov...

Following the 9/11/01 attacks against New York City's World Trade Center, the residue of the two towers, spread over 174 acres of land, was hand sifted by thousands of workers to recover remains, personal effects, and evidence. Over 17,000 tons of material were processed daily. Items were taken by workers as mementos of the tragedy and recovery effort, including by FBI employees. An investigation of the removals by FBI employees, undertaken by the Department of Justice Inspector General, has resulted in citations of misconduct and in policy recommendations governing crime scenes. Many of the items have been or are being turned over to museums and other collections; the Tiffany globe in particular has been turned over to the Inspector General.



posted on May, 4 2008 @ 02:07 PM
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Originally posted by thedman



So they took things from a crime scene. So that just adds more questions about the official story.


No they were not items from a crime scene - were objects and tributes
left in days or weeks afterwards by visitors to the scene. Vistors were
kept at distance from actual crash site.


The plane broke up over a large area so the whole are is a crime scene..........and even after a few weeks it is still a crime scene cause the have to get all the tiny pieces of the plane!



posted on May, 8 2008 @ 09:43 PM
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Nothing about shanksville in that article. That is what this thread is about Ultima.



posted on May, 28 2008 @ 08:33 AM
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SO they are hidin the cruise missile parts...err... i mean... flight 93's parts in that mountain?

what an odd place to hide something made public already.



posted on May, 28 2008 @ 08:40 AM
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This thread is a great example of why the "truth" movement has become totally irrelevant and a joke.

1. Iron Mountain is not a super secret government operation. It's a public company that's been storing records for years. In fact, my accountant uses IM to store my tax returns.

2. The Carlyle Group is an investment company, like a mutual fund company. I.e., the Carlyle Group is in the business to invest in a variety of other companies. In fact, for all you know, the Carlyle Group may be an owner of ATS.

Deny ignorance, don't promote it.



posted on May, 28 2008 @ 10:39 AM
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Originally posted by ULTIMA1


The FBI and NTSB would have taken the parts and used them to do a reconstruction, as in most crime scenes.





Reconstructions are only useful, and only performed for mid-air break-ups. How would you reconstruct an airplane that disintigrated on impact with the ground or a building?



posted on May, 28 2008 @ 11:49 AM
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Originally posted by darkbluesky

How would you reconstruct an airplane that disintigrated on impact with the ground or a building?




Piece by piece. lol

OH, and since gravity exsists on earth..... every plane crash usually ends up on the ground.

[edit on 28-5-2008 by IvanZana]



posted on May, 28 2008 @ 12:12 PM
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I think the real point here is that the materials need to be made accessible to investigators.



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