It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Please post your sources because I don't recall any contradictions with the map I posted.
I found numerous links that say wreckage was found as much as 8 miles away. All the "conspiracy theories" are due to so many eyewitness accounts conflicting with the reports. So "Shanksville" doesn't appear to agree on anything. Its nice that they have a nice neat diagram now -- but that isn't what was originally reported. Obviously, this memory hole trick works on many people -- but not me.
Fair enough. Please point out the errors and discrepancies in the following sources:
I wouldn't put much stock in eyewitness accounts either for or against any theory. People are highly subject to suggestibility, especially with an incident that was not expected. This is an eyeblink in people's day.
Please provide sources backing up your claim that the government theorized that it couldn't track the aircraft on radar and point out which aircraft flew around for 90 minutes.
>> The earlier point I made about the transponders -- yes, that was one of the government theories that they couldn't track the planes. Kind of like the reasons to invade Iraq -- whatever sticks at the time and then move on to the next excuse. They knew where these hijacked planes are, because they knew before one of them left that it was hijacked, due to conversations with flight attendants ant the FAA. They landed thousands of planes in half an hour, and yet were totally incompetent such that a plane had 90+ minutes to circle around the sky.
Originally posted by IvanZana
Thanks very much. To answer you Q. Here is the transcript from flight 93. As you can tell there was no struggle in the cockpit.
Originally posted by weedwhacker
reply to post by IvanZana
LOOK at the DFDR data...but, of course, you won't because it is to see some truths that conflict with your beliefs.......