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Hijackers book tickets on flights after 9/11?

 
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 28, 2008 8:07 pm    Post subject: Hijackers book tickets on flights after 9/11? Reply with quote

Did the "hijackers" believe they were part of anti-hijack exercise on 9/11 as Ian Henshall suggests?

http://rawstory.com/news/2008/FBI_documents_contradict_Sept._11_Commis sion_0228.html

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The FBI timeline reveals that alleged hijacker Hamza Al-Ghamdi, who was aboard the United Airlines flight which crashed into the South Tower of the World Trade Center, had booked a future flight to San Francisco. He also had a ticket for a trip from Casablanca to Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia.



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The FBI timeline reveals that Al-Ghamdi, the alleged United hijacker, was booked onto several flights scheduled for after the 9/11 attacks, a piece of information not documented in the Commission’s final report. According to the FBI timeline, Al-Ghamdi was booked on another United Airlines flight on the very day of the attack.



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Paul Thompson, author of the The Terror Timeline: Year by Year, Day by Day, Minute by Minute: A Comprehensive Chronicle of the Road to 9/11--and America's Response, has been wading through the FBI timeline since its release. His preliminary analysis can be found at the website of the History Commons (formerly known as the Center for Cooperative Research).

Thompson believes that the possible motive for the Commission to alter the dates is to obscure official Saudi ties to the hijackers.

He points to the redaction of the name of a person who is a known employee of a Saudi defense contractor, Omar al-Bayoumi, who lived at the same location.

“We know it’s Bayoumi,” said Thompson, “because after 9/11, the Finnish Government mistakenly released a classified FBI list of suspects that showed Bayoumi living in apartment #152 of Parkwood Apartments.” That information is available here.

“But also important is that it strongly suggests that the hijackers already had a support network in Southern California before they arrived,” Thompson continued.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 28, 2008 10:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Can anyone provide one shred of credible evidence that there were Arab Muslim hijackers on board those planes.

There was of course instant confirmation of them...hence an enormous effort was made to implicate them, and such an effort leaves fingerprints that can be traced back to the actual perps.

It may be beneficial to go one step further. If they did not hijack the planes, then the entire narrative collapses, exposing the motives and methods of those who actually masterminded and executed the attacks.

Another thought, One hypothesis (Arab/Muslim hijackers) sends us on a wild goose chase of "Al Qaeda" terrorist masterminds (whether or not they are dupes of the Illuminati), and the other one points directly to the question of how the planes were driven into the buildings, and who had the pragmatic motives and high-tech resources to carry out such an operation.

Further info;

1) The alleged hijackers were identified supposedly from the flight manifests from the planes used in the attacks; yet those flight lists published immediately after the attacks not only did not contain those names, but had no Arab passenger names at all. Why were the flight lists subsequently withdrawn and classified? (Question, anyone know whether they've been released yet?)

2) Mohamed Atta was "identified" as a hijacker from a miraculous suitcase that by an incredible stroke of luck, didn't make it on the connecting flight in New York. That worked out well, because the suitcase was a veritable cornucopia of "evidence", including a suicide note. Why had Atta written an elaborate suicide note and then put it in his luggage, which was supposed to be incinerated along with the fateful plane and its passengers? He also left another whole bunch of 'evidence' in the car he left in the parking lot of the airport in Portland, Maine, after making sure that it would be found by picking a fight with a stranger ('seeding a witness') in the lot.

3) Another hijacker, Sattam al-Suqami, was identified as a hijacker by his scorched passport, picked up a few blocks away from the WTC where the planes crashed. How did the passport survive, when everything else burned, and all that remained of the people trapped in the buildings were a few tiny fragments of bone? Another hijacker was placed on Flight 93 by.. you guessed it, a slightly scorched passport found near the wreckage of the plane in Pennsylvania.

Then, of course, there's this:

Revealed: the men with stolen identities
By David Harrison 23/9/2001

THEIR names were flashed around the world as suicide hijackers who carried out the attacks on America. But yesterday four innocent men told how their identities had been stolen by Osama bin Laden's teams to cover their tracks.

Even more...Was Mohamed Atta the quiet, polite engineer who spoke German fluently, or the coke-snorting, party animal whom his stripper girlfriend claimed spoke fluent Hebrew?

And even if the bounds of our credulity are stretched by so many bizarre coincidences and contradictions in the official narrative, mine snaps at the point where 'Atta' not only brings a Quran into a BAR, but LEAVES IT THERE. ........(etc for now)

?..Are some people in 9/11 guilty of the following,... desperately trying to divert attention from a certain 500-pound gorilla. A gorilla, moreover, with ample means, motive, opportunity, and a well-documented history of false-flag operations designed to incriminate Arabs;
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 29, 2008 2:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

In reply to the first question, the answer is 'No!' At least Lee Harvey Oswald had the chance to tell the truth (his last words): "I'm just a patsy!" If the nineteen arabs had had the chance (and had wished to take the opportunity to do so,) they too would say the same thing: "We were just patsies!" Webster Tarpley in his 9/11 Sythetic Terror defines them thus: Patsies: Dupes, useful idiots, fanatics, police agents, double agents, provocateurs. One other group is of course, that of the 19 themselves, a "legend", a false identity with a name to float into the public domain like Mohammad Atta, who might have or might not have, registered with a flight school. But, who of course, did not and could not fly anything!
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 29, 2008 4:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Excellent analysis of the background to this new smoking gun at:
http://www.cooperativeresearch.org/news.jsp?oid=140393703-423
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