posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 02:14 PM
reply to post by GoodOlDave
I think the trouble is that Barbara Olson reporting to her husband the hi-jacking of AA 77 is inconvenient for truthers. Simply on that basis it is
apparently ok to accuse Ted Olson of complicity in his wife's murder or to imply she is on the run somewhere or had plastic surgery etc.
It all depends whether your message is pro-conspiracy or not. For example, if you are William Rodriguez or April Gallop you can lie, lie and lie again
but still be a hero because what you are saying is increasingly what truthers want to hear.
As far as the facts themselves are concerned it seems that truthers almost always forget that it was never suggested that Ted Olson took the calls
directly from his wife. They were taken by a Dept of Justice secretary Lori Keyton who spoke briefly to Barbara Olson on both occasions and put the
calls through to Ted Olson. Lori Keyton spoke to the FBI about it on 9/11 itself and this is their record :-
Was Lori Keyton " in on it " too ?
Barbara Olson's calls were not the only ones from AA 77. Flight attendant Renee May phoned her parents at 0912, told them of the hi-jacking and asked
them to phone American Airlines. They did phone American Airlines and how else could they have learnt of the hi-jacking except from their daughter ?
They were the first people in the world to learn definitely. Were they " in on it " ?
For those who suggest the passengers were transferred to another aircraft bear this in mind. Neither Barbara Olson nor Renee May said anything about
that. AA 77 took off at 0820 but didn't deviate from it's planned flightpath until 0854. The transponder was turned off at 0856 . The crash at the
Pentagon was 0937. So, is it seriously suggested that in the 41 minutes between transponder turn-off and crash it was possible to land AA 77 somewhere
unseen by anyone, transfer all the passengers and take off again ?
edit on 3-1-2011 by Alfie1 because: (no reason given)