posted on Feb, 29 2004 @ 09:50 PM
Back in May 2003, a journalist in Portugal reported on a sensational, marathon meeting of a group of U.S. pilots that issued a report concluding that
the story told by the U.S. government about what happened on Sept. 11, 2001 was improbable and unlikely.
Except for several notices on the Internet, that story was basically never reported in the U.S., and largely debunked when the reporter flubbed the
name of the organizer, creating disbelief in the minds of many readers.
The record was corrected in stunning fashion Feb. 25 on Alex Jones' Prison Planet radio program when former Pentagon arms salesman Donn de Grand-Pre,
author of three books that allege 9/11 was an inside job, set the record straight, because he was the man who organized that conference. That 72-hour
non-stop symposium by a group of military and civilian pilots concluded the flight crews of the four passenger airliners involved in the 9/11 tragedy
had no control over their aircraft.
"The trigger for the 911 activity was the imminent and unstoppable worldwide financial collapse which can only be prevented temporarily by a major
war, perhaps to become known as World War III. To bring it off one more time, martial law will probably be imposed in the United States."
The 9/11 planes that took off full of passengers are now at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. "And I'm telling you that we are knowledgeably
speculating," said de Grand-Pre in response to another caller. "Those aircraft carrying crew and passengers went over the Atlantic and that was all
This is the first I have seen of any mention of the original 9-11 planes being at the bottom of the ocean.