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Did hijacker Ziad Jarrah telephone his girlfriend from Flight 93?

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posted on Feb, 27 2009 @ 06:52 PM
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Originally posted by Boone 870
reply to post by king9072
 


It was:

911myths.com


Anyone can go back and type up a new list. The media listed all the names of the passengers the next couple of days after the attack and none of the hijackers were listed.




posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 01:48 PM
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Aysel simply got the time wrong. Work enough, travel enough, live life enough, and sooner or later you realize that yep, sometimes things just happen...and sometimes the things that happen seem to overlap in patterned (ie "suspicious" fashion) when really it's just happenstance or parallax.

And for the last post about anyone can type or re-type...yep, you're right. So if the names aren't there someone will demand to know why...and if the names are there, then someone will say that THAT list was fabricated. Either way, people often see what they want to see.

Like Geddy Lee says: I believe that what I'm feeling changes how the world appears....



posted on Mar, 1 2009 @ 03:00 PM
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Well, we already know that several of the "hijackers" are alive and well. Many of them were victims of identity theft. Thus, the true identity of the hijackers remains unknown, at least the majority of them. Despite this, the FBI refuses to adjust its records on the matter. That in itself is very curious. Why the living individuals havent sued for or demanded to have their names cleared is beyond me.

I'm still waiting for a rational, likely explaination as to why all four planes were light on passengers, especially on such a normally busy business day.

Jarrah's call, if true and verified, would add an interesting twist to it all.



 
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