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United Airlines 93




Pilots For 9/11 Truth kommen bei einer Analyse der Daten des Flugschreibers von United Airlines 93 zu dem Ergebnis, dass der Einschlagswinkel nicht mit den Gegebenheiten an der Absturzstelle übereinstimmt.[1]


Indian Lake
"Workers at Indian Lake Marina said that they saw a cloud of confetti-like debris descend on the lake and nearby farms minutes after hearing the explosion that signaled the crash at 10:06 a.m. Tuesday."[2]

New Baltimore
"The village of New Baltimore is a dozen or more miles by automobile but eight as the wind blows, which it was doing a year ago. Melanie Hankinson was at the church next to her home, transfixed before a television that showed the World Trade Center ablaze, when the man who sprays her lawn stopped by to tell her he was finding odd things in the weeds. "He said there was a loud bang and smoke and then these papers started blowing through your yard," she said. "I said, 'Oh.' Then I went back to the TV." Then the parish priest, the Rev. Allen Zeth, told her an airplane had crashed in Shanksville. For the next few hours, Hankinson gathered charred pages of in-flight magazines, papers from a pilot's manual — she remembers a map showing the Guadalajara, Mexico, airport — and copies of stock portfolio monthly earnings reports. "And there was some black webbing — a lot of people found that," she said. The webbing, flexible where it hadn't burned, crisp where it had, was from insulation lining the belly of the jetliner."[3]

Quellen und weiterführende Links

[1] United 93 (Shanksville, PA) -- Pilots for 9/11 Truth [2] Investigators locate 'black box' from Flight 93; widen search area in Somerset crash -- Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 13. September 2001 [3] A year after explosive discord, town still seeks harmony -- Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 11. September 2002

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