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THEY PAID FOR THE ROOM USING CASH AND, DURING THE LAST FEW DAYS OF THEIR STAY, REQUESTED THAT THEIR ROOM NOT BE CLEANED. HOTEL CLEANING STAFF GREW SUSPICIOUS OF THE MEN BECAUSE THEY NOTICED PILOT TYPE UNIFORMS, SEVERAL LAPTOPS, AND SEVERAL CARDBOARD BOXES ADDRESSED TO SYRIA, JERUSALEM, AFGHANISTAN, AND JORDAN IN THE ROOM ON PREVIOUS CLEANING VISITS. THE MEN HAD A SMASHED CELLULAR PHONE IN THE ROOM AND A CELLULAR PHONE ATTACHED BY WIRE TO A COMPUTER. THE ROOM ALSO CONTAINED PIN FEED COMPUTER PAPER PRINT OUTS WITH HEADERS LISTING PILOT NAMES, AIRLINES, FLIGHT NUMBERS, AND FLIGHT TIMES.
I don't believe a single word of this article .
Our government was not able to identify any of the hijackers ...
Therefore when the FBI claimed they identified the hijackers using DNA I had to laugh , who were the FBI comparing the DNA to ?
For the World Trade Center site , with a much larger area to search and an initially undetermined number of victims , the F.B.I. identified the 10 terrorists' DNA profiles from personal items , Mr. Kolko said , which included recovered luggage and cigarette butts left in a rental car .
I think it is hilarious that the FBI is looking for these four men in connection with 9/11 but not Osama Bin Laden.
Evidence Room: Hijacker’s DNA, FBI Fingerprints
It is important to note that from the very first day the names were released – a mere three days after the attacks, and amid back and forth, and then to this very day, the FBI has not once changed the names on that list of 19 suspected 9-11 hijackers. One could say that from the onset, the FBI believed they knew who the men were and built a case for the public around it. Considering how many murder cases that remain unsolved it is mind boggling how the FBI, with minimal evidence and only three days time, were able to solve the biggest crime our country had ever faced. Lucky for them they didn’t have to go to court against any of the 19 they fingered, because their slam dunk evidence - revealed in 2003, would not have been admissible in a US court of law. Every other piece of evidence they had was circumstantial at best and in a real trial would not have been enough to sentence any normal American citizen to prison or death. Yet, it was enough to enrage a grieving and horrified country and allow the President of the United States to declare a War on Terror - with no boundaries, killing countless innocent people, including more people of our own.
This is interesting because no DNA samples were ever provided to the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology - the entity in charge of identifying remains from both the Pentagon and Pennsylvania crash sites. The hijackers’ remains from those two crime scenes were said to be identified by a process of elimination – in other words, DNA that did not match any samples they had of known passengers. I would say that would not be considered a positive ID by any stretch of the imagination.
Then, on Sept. 16, 2001 a statement from Usama bin Ladin, denying any involvement in the attacks was broadcast by Qatar's Al-Jazeera satellite channel,
"I stress that I have not carried out this act, which appears to have been carried out by individuals with their own motivation," the statement said..
I find it hard to believe Usama would deny responsibility for what would have been the greatest coup in Jihad history if he were genuinely responsible for the mass murders on 9-11. The act would lift him to greater grace in the eyes of his followers and it would be a tremendous recruitment tool for Al Qaida.
Later that same, day President Bush was asked if he believed the statement made by bin Laden and the President answered,
"No question he is the prime suspect. No question about that."
Why, only five days after the attack, was bin Ladin was the prime suspect with “No question” about it?
Also on that day it was reported that a passport belonging to one of the suspected hijackers was discovered near the ruins of the World Trade Center. The Assistant Director of the FBI did not disclose the name or any other passport details to the public at that time. Very few things - including remains of victims, were found in tact at the WTC site. One has to be curious how, not only did a passport survive, but how it came to be one from an alleged hijacker and reported on the very day we received a statement from bin Ladin denying responsibility for the crimes. How many passports or drivers licenses of American citizens were found in the rubble?
Ultimately, according to the 9-11 Commission Report, a total of four passports believed to be those of suspected 9-11 hijackers were found.
A week later FBI Director Mueller acknowledged that investigators may not know the true identities of some of the 19 suspected hijackers and made this confusing statement on Sept. 21, 2001,
"We have several hijackers whose identities were those of the names on the manifests," Mueller said. "We have several others that are still in question. The investigation is ongoing, and I am not certain as to several of the others."
But, yet, a week later - on Sept. 27, 2001, Mueller updated his list of suspected terrorists by including pictures to go with the 19 names. The names themselves remained the same.
On October 10, the FBI announced a new "Most Wanted Terrorists List"
and by Nov. 3, 2001 Mueller told the American public that investigators have established the true identities of all 19 of the Sept. 11 hijackers and have found places outside the United States where the plot was hatched. And said,
"We at this point definitely know the 19 hijackers who were responsible,'' Mueller said.
This statement does not say words like “alleged”, or “suspected”, instead it emphatically says “definitely” and “those who were responsible”. Their guilt was marketed to America in sound bytes, and America gobbled it up.
Then on December 11, three months to the day of the attacks, then Attorney General John Ashcroft and FBI Director Mueller announced the indictment of Zacarias Moussaoui in connection with the attacks.
DNA, Was Never Done On 911 Highjackers!,
DNA was never done to prove highjackers exists the FBI has been lying all along
Read it for your self! This was a site that one of the OS believer was shoven his one sided government story on me, when I had scroll down at the bottom of the page this is what I found:
DNA fingerprinting would settle the controversy, as fragmentary remains of all the hijackers have been found. Jarrah's family has indicated they would be willing to provide DNA samples to US researchers, but the FBI has shown no interest thus far.
Furthermore, when the planes crashed in the WTC, how did the FBI get their DNA? Fact is, the planes vaporized in the explosions and the WTC demolition. What does the FBI have to collect DNA? Is it a supper duper DNA machine that can sift through millions of tons of soot and ash under the WTC debris? I don’t think so.
What's left of the terrorists—which, all told, likely amounts to less than 24 pounds of flesh and bone fragments—are sequestered at undisclosed locations in New York and Virginia. They are "stored as evidence in a refrigerated locker in sealed containers and test tubes," says Richard Kolko, a spokesman for the FBI.
None of the families of the hijackers, and no foreign governments, have come forward to request that the remains be handed over, and it is not clear what the official response would be if they did. The U.S. government has not said what, if anything, it plans to do with them. "No determination has yet been made," says FBI spokesman Kolko. For now, they are being held as evidence in the still-open 9/11 investigation. Yet at some point, the investigation will be closed. The remains of the identified victims have been returned to their families; but what is to be done with the remnants of their killers?
Still, he did what he could to honor the request. Miller and his team sent fragments from the Pennsylvania crash site for testing at the Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory in Rockville, Md. "Our priority was not the hijackers, it was getting the victims back to their families," says Brion Smith, the lab's director. But the remains of the terrorists stood out. Four of the DNA profiles from the Pennsylvania crash site didn't match material provided by the families of passengers and crew. By simple process of elimination, Smith knew these were the hijackers. He sent the samples back to Miller along with the genetic codes
It was just what Miller was hoping for. With those four profiles in hand, he could weed out the terrorists' remains. He went to the freezers, which were filled with thousands of painstakingly bagged and tagged human fragments retrieved from the crash. Miller scanned the icy plastic bags, looking for genetic profiles that matched Smith's data. He pulled out four bags and laid them on a large table. "All that remained of the four men was less than 10 pounds" of fragments, Miller says. "I had about 48 samples that were associated with the terrorists, mostly bony tissue and I think maybe some scalp with hair on it." He also couldn't tell which set of remains belonged to which terrorist. "Obviously none of the terrorists' families came forward with any information—they were like four John Does," says Miller. "So I just referred to them as Terrorist A, B, C and D."