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Originally posted by garyo1954
Can you post a straight link to the transcript you provided?
The links you do provide leads to pages on Benjamin Freedman and/or the JAH site which is compilation of numerous ideas and not any single one pointing to the transcripts you show. Nor do they point to the audio file as far as I can tell.
Originally posted by IvanZana
Such a claim is not far fetched, because other obvious examples of forward planning and “seeded” evidence can be found everywhere in this case. Most readers remember an anonymous person located two blocks away from the World Trade Center in New York, who allegedly found “Ringleader” Mohammed Atta’s [paper] passport and handed it to the FBI just a few hours after the strike on September 11th . Photographs of this authentic slightly-singed “miracle” passport were later published on the FBI web site.
New York Fire Department records show that not a single scrap of paper from American Flight 77 or United 175 survived the impacts on the twin towers, so in turn we know with 100% certainty that Atta’s passport was handed to the FBI as a deliberate ploy, perhaps by the same person who earlier murdered Mohammed Atta in order to obtain it. There are other examples including “Flight Manuals” in abandoned hire cars and so on, but we don’t need to go into that here.
According to ABC News and the Associated Press, the passport of hijacker Satam Al Suqami was found a few blocks from the WTC. The Guardian was skeptical: "the idea that Atta's passport had escaped from that inferno unsinged [tests] the credulity of the staunchest supporter of the FBI's crackdown on terrorism." Note the passport did not belong to Atta, as is commonly claimed.
It is known that some debris from the aircraft travelled completely through the structure. For example, life jackets and portions of seats from the aircraft were found on the roof of the Bankers Trust building, located to the south of WTC2. Part of the landing gear from this aircraft was found at the corner of West and Rector streets, some five blocks south of the WTC complex.
On September 11 2002, one year Anniversary of the death of our son, we were informed that the Recovery team at Ground Zero have found the ATM Bank card of Waleed [Iskandar, passenger on Flight 11] and that it will be mailed to us in Northridge. When we received it, we found it in good condition.
How could a plastic card survive the fire of the terrorist attack of the Black Tuesday on the USA?
I consider it as a sign from Waleed to his parents on the first Anniversary of his loss.
Orange County, CA., Sept. 11 - Lisa Anne Frost was 22 and had just graduated from Boston University in May 2001 with two degrees and multiple academic and service honors. She had worked all summer in Boston before coming home, finally, to California to start her new life. The Rancho Santa Margarita woman was on United Flight 175 on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, when it became the second plane to slam into the World Trade Center...
Her parents, Tom and Melanie Frost, have spent two years knowing they will never understand why.
A few days before the first anniversary of our daughter's murder, we were notified that they had found a piece of her in the piles and piles of gritty rubble of the World Trade Center that had been hauled out to Staten Island. It was Lisa's way, we believe, of telling us she wasn't lost.
In February, the day of the Columbia tragedy, we got word they'd found her United Airlines Mileage Plus card. It was found very near where they'd found a piece of her right hip. We imagine that she used the card early on the morning of Sept. 11 to get on the plane and just stuck it in her back pocket, probably her right back pocket, instead of in her purse. They have found no other personal effects".
-Who They Were: Robert C. Shaler
By April 30 2004, 52 of those aboard Flight 11 were identified, 45 by DNA. 26 of those on Flight 175 were identified, 26 by DNA.